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Category: Human Potential

CX Awards & Summit West Africa

Our partners CX Awards West Africa As partners of Niche Consulting, fortysevenpercent were delighted to attend the maiden CX awards and summit recognising WhatMatters when it comes to excellence in Customer Experience for West Africa. It proved to be my great honour to pay tribute to my friend and business partner, the late Don Hales in presenting…
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Partners of the worlds 1st ‘Masters degree in Customer Experience’

Is Customer Experience important to you? As proud partners of the worlds 1st ‘Masters degree in CX’ programme’ we are offering friends, clients and colleagues of fortysevenpercent 10% discount. Simply click on fortysevenpercent when you book your course at http://www.icustman.com/pgdcx/ Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on whatsapp Share on email…
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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Matters

are you still questioning: the beauty of diversity? we meet you at your starting point. we hold inclusive conversations, offer training & development & help you to create, Execute & benefit from your EDI strategies ⟶ Contact Us Caroline.Griffiths@fortysevenpercent.co.uk Tel:+44 (0) 779 002 0081 WORKING HOURS Monday – Friday 09:00 – 21:00 Saturday  10.00 -1800…
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Conversations that Matter: Quality Management Matters

Conversations that Matter ?QM 2021 Minutes Seconds Join us to talk about WhatMatters to you at http://www.fortysevenpercent.co.uk ‘Conversations that Matter’. e: WhatMatters@fortysevenpercent.co.uk https://fortysevenpercent.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Sarah-Quality-Matters-1.wav Sarah Howards talks about…. Quality Management. Quality Management: Having mastered her trade in one of the highest regulated industries, our very own Sarah Howard talks to us about WhatMatters when it comes…
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The What & Why of What we do.

At fortysevenpercent we focus on WhatMatters to help you achieve your human, business, & creative potential. https://fortysevenpercent.co.ukDM +44 (0) 779 002 0081 | Twitter: @forty7_percent Why are we called Did you know that research has found that we are not focused on the task in front of us for fortysevenpercent of the time? So what are…
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Psychological Safety Matters.

Whatever your thoughts are on the government response to allegations made against Priti Patel, this week has raised awareness on the importance of psychological safety and (excuse the pun) the politics involved in these types of work place scenarios. Does your organisation face these challenges? Have you found yourself in a similar situation? Are your…
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Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Matters

  WhatMatters? Diversity, Inclusion & Equality Matters We find in cultural transformation that the only thing that stands between ‘them and us’ is understanding. Meeting organisations at their starting point, setting the EDI strategy & opening up meaningful dialogue from there has always been our approach to EDI education, awareness & acceptance within organisations. Why?…
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The Freedom of the Mind

Archie Williams said that when they took away his freedom for 37 years for a crime that he did not commit they put his body in prison BUT not his mind. Click the link below to see Archie Williams as he tells his deeply moving story, played out quite literally on the stage of an…
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WhatMatters when it comes to Change.

At FortySevenPercent we know that WhatMatters about the changes you need is bespoke to you and the way you see your organisation in the here and now. How you frame and quantify the gap between where you are and where you want to be is unique to you, your past experiences of change, your beliefs about the choices…
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Change – Can rethinking GDP measures teach us something about change?

An article from the Harvard Business Review called ‘GDP is Not a Measure of Human Wellbeing’ reported on how economic growth has raised living standards around the world and yet modern economies have lost sight of the fact that the standard metric of economic growth, gross domestic product (GDP), merely measures the size of a…
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