Member Since: 26th Jun 2013
Jasmine has lived in London since 2008, and has worked extensively all around the UK, speaking about and developing, designing and delivering training on employee engagement, information & consultation, cross cultural awareness, unconscious bias and diversity and inclusion. She is the author of Employee Engagement: a little book of Big Ideas.
Training consultant Jasmine Gartner Consulting
16th Jan 2018
Thanks, glad you enjoyed it.
28th Sep 2017
I do a lot of work with employee engagement, and part of that is absolutely about people listening to each other! I'd love a copy of your book when it's out :-)
10th Sep 2017
Hi Kate, yes, it's so complex and it's like an ecosystem - change one small thing and everything shifts, so hiring is probably so much more tricky than it used to be - more knowledge / more things to trip us up / and yet, also so much more interesting! (Sorry for the slow response, the site didn't let me know I'd had a comment!)
13th Jun 2017
And it helps to dispel the subjective assumptions people make without them!
Thanks for commenting :-)
23rd Feb 2017
Well, you'll be missed! But we'll chat on Twitter :-)
8th Feb 2017
Interesting - how are you defining class? Is there a cultural element, ie is this true in the US but not necessarily elsewhere?
21st Oct 2016
Nice article, Tim! Problem-solving at its best.
23rd May 2016
Thanks for reflecting on this @unihrm, and I agree engagement is something personal!
11th May 2016
Interesting - can you give an example?
20th Apr 2016
Thanks, Shonette, for sharing! I'll get over to the LI group...