Chemistry Blog

Can we learn how to bounce back?

Felix Schirmler, Business Psychologist at Chemistry, discusses resilience; whether you are born with it, you can learn it, or (more…)

Nov, 23, 2017

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Every excuse you make is an opportunity wasted

    Tom Cornell, Business Psychologist at Chemistry, wonders what the real cost of making excuses is… — (more…)

Nov, 14, 2017

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The ideal job candidate for the future

Graham Hales, CMO at Chemistry, wonders what the ideal job candidate of the future looks (more…)

Oct, 16, 2017

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Making Failure Useful

Christopher Pocock, Business Analyst here at Chemistry, has just completed his second Ironman triathlon. Here (more…)

Sep, 15, 2017

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Fighting the Small Fights

Alasdair James Scott, Chemistry’s Head of Inclusion & Wellbeing, blogs here about ‘fighting the small (more…)

Sep, 05, 2017

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The Lazy Human Brain

Integral talent management decisions have historically been based off assumptions. A gut-feeling telling us that (more…)

Aug, 25, 2017

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Have we truly defined performance in business?

Performance. It’s a big word in the business world, with lots of time and money (more…)

Aug, 11, 2017

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The anti-diversity memo from inside Google

It was the internal Google memo that went viral. Its author criticised Google’s approach to (more…)

Aug, 08, 2017

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Business must do more for Early Talent for everyone’s sake

Graham Hales, CMO at Chemistry, believes it’s in everyone’s interest for businesses to do more (more…)

Aug, 07, 2017

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