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Governance is connected to human relations theory

Governance is connected to human relations theory

16 February 2024

Human relations theory of management began its development in the early 1930's. It emerged at a time when employees were considered very much 'cogs in a wheel' rather than human beings. Today, it has become and integral part of most businesses.

Crows, Gannets and Cultural Change

Crows, Gannets and Cultural Change

16 February 2024

Nature always has lessons for us.

WHAT IF WE EMBRACE REJECTION?

WHAT IF WE EMBRACE REJECTION?

24 January 2024

Rejection is often considered as a universally embarrassing topic to talk about.

In addition, the topic itself can give us chills to even think about embracing something called "rejection."

The Apocalypse

The Apocalypse

30 December 2023

Businesses and societies are intimately connected. They are both simply group of humans.

REGULATION STIFLES COMPLIANCE CULTURE

REGULATION STIFLES COMPLIANCE CULTURE

29 December 2023

If we are to be honest, we are heading in the wrong direction. More 'rules', more regulation, leading to poorer outcomes of compliance and a diminishing opportunity to develop a compliance culture.

Seeking Change, Invite Failure Along

Seeking Change, Invite Failure Along

29 December 2023

We all find ourselves at some point to be change seekers.

REGULATORY VISIT PREPARATION

REGULATORY VISIT PREPARATION

21 December 2023

Preparing for a regulatory visit can feel a bit like embarking across La Coupée, the causeway which joins big Sark to little Sark.

CoSteer wins the Grindstone XL Programme

CoSteer wins the Grindstone XL Programme

13 December 2023

CoSteer being recognised as one of the top performers and winning the GrindstoneXL Programme across UK, Channel Islands and South Africa

Prioritising employees: If not now, when?

Prioritising employees: If not now, when?

27 November 2023

When we hear people talking with conviction about profits and productivity as the necessary ingredients in order to be successful organisation, it seems to be hollow...

Inclusivity with diversity

Inclusivity with diversity

22 November 2023

Diversity
Equity
Inclusion

What do these terms mean?

Our latest insight by Divya Mahendran at the - Sports Governance Academy

Our latest insight by Divya Mahendran at the - Sports Governance Academy

10 November 2023

Compassionate leadership: a key influencer on governance

Trauma extends through generations

Trauma extends through generations

1 November 2023

I imagine we must all have come across this word "trauma", which for a lot of people is often unheard, unseen and unresolved.

Super insights.

Key ideas, principles and thought leadership.

26 June 2024

CoSteer Launch in Jersey

CoSteer Launch in Jersey...

19 February 2024

Measuring Governance | An art or a science?

Governance is troublesome, not because its unimportant, it's critical, but because it's very difficult to measure. What if we could, what if we could create an index that allowed boards and their directors to reflect on the perception of governance across and throughout their organisation? Well, you can.

18 January 2024

Governance | it needs re-humanising

If organisations are just a group of people gathered together around a common purpose; why has corporate governance drifted so far away from this?

20 February 2023

CoSteer Shortlisted for Prestigious Award

CoSteer gets shortlisted as a finalist for the ICA Compliance Awards 2023!

29 July 2022

Why good governance matters

"Good governance with good intentions is the hallmark of our government." Narendra Modi

27 July 2021

ESG, perhaps it should be GSE

Many of us are familiar with this term, which has become a buzzword these days i.e., ESG which stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance.

21 May 2021

Boring to Beautiful

Yesterday, I gave our regular workshop session to a new client.

It’s the session that we present to members of staff within the organisation, in order to prepare them for completing the GOVindicia® survey.

2 October 2020

Good Governance is 'The' Key

Good governance is not an outcome of itself, it is forged deep inside organisations and has an almost primitive connection with culture. My latest article in the Guernsey Chamber magazine, Contact.

5 May 2020

True governance is beautiful

Nature often provides us with insight and clarity where humans struggle.

Latest insights.

The insights, happenings and goings on of the CoSteer eco-system.

16 February 2024

Governance is connected to human relations theory

Governance is connected to human relations theory

Human relations theory of management began its development in the early 1930's. It emerged at a time when employees were considered very much 'cogs in a wheel' rather than human beings. Today, it has become and integral part of most businesses.

16 February 2024

Crows, Gannets and Cultural Change

Crows, Gannets and Cultural Change

Nature always has lessons for us.

24 January 2024

WHAT IF WE EMBRACE REJECTION?

WHAT IF WE EMBRACE REJECTION?

Rejection is often considered as a universally embarrassing topic to talk about.

In addition, the topic itself can give us chills to even think about embracing something called "rejection."

30 December 2023

The Apocalypse

The Apocalypse

Businesses and societies are intimately connected. They are both simply group of humans.

29 December 2023

REGULATION STIFLES COMPLIANCE CULTURE

REGULATION STIFLES COMPLIANCE CULTURE

If we are to be honest, we are heading in the wrong direction. More 'rules', more regulation, leading to poorer outcomes of compliance and a diminishing opportunity to develop a compliance culture.

29 December 2023

Seeking Change, Invite Failure Along

Seeking Change, Invite Failure Along

We all find ourselves at some point to be change seekers.

21 December 2023

REGULATORY VISIT PREPARATION

REGULATORY VISIT PREPARATION

Preparing for a regulatory visit can feel a bit like embarking across La Coupée, the causeway which joins big Sark to little Sark.

13 December 2023

CoSteer wins the Grindstone XL Programme

CoSteer wins the Grindstone XL Programme

CoSteer being recognised as one of the top performers and winning the GrindstoneXL Programme across UK, Channel Islands and South Africa

27 November 2023

Prioritising employees: If not now, when?

Prioritising employees: If not now, when?

When we hear people talking with conviction about profits and productivity as the necessary ingredients in order to be successful organisation, it seems to be hollow...

22 November 2023

Inclusivity with diversity

Inclusivity with diversity

Diversity
Equity
Inclusion

What do these terms mean?

10 November 2023

Our latest insight by Divya Mahendran at the - Sports Governance Academy

Our latest insight by Divya Mahendran at the - Sports Governance Academy

Compassionate leadership: a key influencer on governance

1 November 2023

Trauma extends through generations

Trauma extends through generations

I imagine we must all have come across this word "trauma", which for a lot of people is often unheard, unseen and unresolved.

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