Making respect part of the backbone of an organisation is crucial. This author shows that finding the right balance between owed and earned respect can be challenging, but the potential rewards are endless.
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Claire McCartney, Senior Policy Adviser, Resourcing and Inclusion
Claire specialises in the areas of equality, diversity and inclusion, flexible working, resourcing and talent management. She has also conducted research into meaning and trust at work, age diversity, workplace carers and enterprise and has worked on a number of international projects. She is the author of several reports and articles and regularly presents at seminars and conferences.
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