Read Almuth McDowall and Gail Kinman’s paper, winner of the CIPD Professor Ian Beardwell Prize for outstanding research.
In a Nutshell: Issue 74
Employees may feel free to speak up at work. But are managers filtering out certain voices which may bring valuable insights? This article explores what individuals choose to share, how their identity at work shapes the ideas they voice – and how their managers respond.
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Louisa Baczor, Research Adviser
Louisa joined the CIPD in February 2015 as a Research Associate, responsible for supporting work on developing the people management profession for the future. She gained experience studying the changing nature of the HR function during a Master’s at the University of Bath, with a research project on perceptions of the trustworthiness of HR. Louisa has an undergraduate degree in Psychology.