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Gemma Dale

Gemma Dale

Guest blogger Gemma Reucroft is a HRD Director in the healthcare industry.  Gemma is a Fellow of the CIPD, and a regular speaker and writer on a variety of HR topics including employee engagement and social media. 

Gemma describes her HR philosophy as being all about doing good people stuff.  

Gemma is an award winning blogger over at Gemma is a regular conference blogger and also writes for the HR Director Magazine and Glassdoor. Gemma is the co-author of ‘Putting Social Media to Work, a Practical Guide’ and the e-book ‘Human Resources, A Practical Guide’, both co-written with Tim Scott.  A qualified Personal Trainer, Gemma also writes a fitness blog and has published a book on weight loss.

Gemma has held a variety of HR roles including leading teams in employee relations, resourcing, service delivery, internal communications and business partnering.  Many of her roles have involved transforming HR teams and developing effective HR solutions and policy. Gemma has an MA in Employment Law and Industrial Relations from Keele University and is also a mediator and coach. 

A big fan of all things social media, you can find her on twitter as @HR_Gem. 

Communicating in the Working World

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In organisations, we tend towards formality within our communications. Consider the corporate strategy.  So much time taken to craft and communicate.  But all too often, the content tends to reside in PowerPoint slides, websites designed for reading by external audience, in formal language far removed from the front line.  They are written for a multitude of audiences, from the investor to the employee. 

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For an organisation, it is about recognising that work-life integration might just be your biggest talent opportunity. Your chance to engage, attract and retain the best people out there who want or need – for any reason or no reason at all – a real integration of their work and personal lives.

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Wellbeing; Start With Why

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You may have come across the work of Simon Sinek, and in particular his popular book ‘Start with Why’. It’s all about putting purpose at the heart of what you do. It is about truly understanding the reason that you are doing something. It is good advice for much of work and of life, and as a subject, wellbeing too.

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