Nicholson McBride were invited to speak to students on the MSc in Industrial and Business Psychology at UCL as part of the Speaking Series.
Debilitating negative belief cycles resulting in lack of confidence can be worked on to positive effect...
A brief interview in which Nicholson McBride consultant, Emma Seward, suggests how employers can benefit the business by recognising and appreciating neurodiversity.
Emily Frohlich is quoted for Nicholson McBride in this article for The Telegraph by Rhymer Rigby who writes that the majority of men say they prefer to work for a male boss, even if in reality they find it more frustrating than working for a woman.
The downside of the Christmas party season is having to cope with the after-effects of too much booze in the office. Rhymer Rigby offers some survival strategies including advice from Nicholson McBride Director, Jane Clarke.