Steps & Transport for London win Silver at the Training Journal Awards 2018!
Steps & Transport for London win Silver at the UK Bus Awards 2018!
Just to get this bit out of the way. Have I mentioned that we have recently won some awards for our work in Mental Health?
As Steps has grown, we’ve become really excited about what it means to be a truly global business
Unconscious Bias and Diversity & Inclusion. These were terms I had never heard before I joined Steps three years ago.
Over the past eight months I’ve been project managing a global culture change piece for one of our largest clients, a global consultancy firm.
Following on from our celebration of Steps' 25th Birthday in April, we discovered that we are not the only ones reaching our silver milestone
“To work collaboratively […] by being fun, innovative, creative and practical, bring about a service of extremely high quality.”
In April 2017, Steps celebrates its 25th Anniversary. To launch our year of celebrations, Founding Director Robbie shares some of his favourite moments from the past 25 years...
Monday 20th March marks the third official International Day of Happiness; an initiative started by the UN in 2012 to acknowledge the pursuit of happiness as a human right.
Recently I attended a session on Neuro-Linguistic Programming run by Paul Mason, one of the Lead Faciliators on a long running programme for Steps.
Over the past week I observed Steps’ work and got a better idea of how they work with people and the approach they use.
I have something to admit: I think I love being a grumpy London commuter. Don’t get me wrong – I would almost certainly be happier with no commute at all
In early July I found myself Googling “pregnant new job”. Two things that I had been madly hoping for had coincided almost to the day
"Our staff will never engage in this, it's a waste of time" This is (pretty much) what several of the managers and senior staff from a major service organisation said
After almost 25 years we have recently taken the big step of uprooting from our spiritual home of London Bridge, packing up our office and heading for the distant
Eight years ago the global economy took a major turn for the worse – nose-diving deep into recession. Work forces were compromised as companies closed
Let me tell you a story: Once upon a time in a galaxy really quite nearby there was a mighty Corporation whose name was known far and wide ruled over by Wise and Powerful Rulers.
When you talk about promoting gender diversity in senior positions within a country or organisation, some people respond by saying that, although it’s a really important subject
One of the joys and surprises of networking is never knowing exactly what the outcome will be! On Saturday April 18th in Mumbai I was privileged to be present when the Steps India team
Late last year, Steps undertook some street interviews as part of a research project with ENEI (the Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion). We wanted to explore individual unconscious bias in action
Happy New Year! We all wish for a positive and successful year ahead, hoping 2015 will bring renewal and abundance; healthy communities, more efficient and inspiring workplaces
November heralded the start of a new initiative within the Steps office: Wellvember. Not to be confused with Movember (!), the idea was for the month of November
It's Thursday 6 February - 'Time to Talk' Day. The first event of it's kind, aimed at starting conversations about mental health. So, what does this issue look like in a practical, workplace setting?
Tuesday evening, and we're off to an evening reception at the British High Commission in Delhi. The official Downing Street Press group photo of the delegation with the PM was taken at this event
My alarm goes off at 5.15am. Shave with hand soap, a horrible experience. (Having had my shaving foam confiscated at Heathrow!) Bus at 6.00am for the airport.
Arrive Heathrow airport at 3.00pm for a 6.00pm flight Virgin Atlantic to Mumbai. We have to report to Virgin VIP area. At the end of the flight (9½ hours) we land in Mumbai
We were asked to arrive at 7.45am. The No 10 door is incredibly shiny! We leave coats and mobile phones in a hall behind the iconic door. We, the 106 delegates (or their representatives)
I don't really want to do this but I said I would. However, there's nothing worse than someone who says they going to do something and then doesn't. So, for that reason only, it would appear I am now ‘blogging’.