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About The Chemistry Group

Chemistry's intent is to create opportunities for everyone to be brilliant at work. We deliver innovative, practical people change across the world for an ever expanding list of amazing clients.

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The Chemistry Group Digital Newsroom is a simple and useful resource for you to keep track of all the latest news stories. High resolution images and complete press releases are available to download from here, and you can connect with our various social media profiles easily. Suggestions for improvements are welcome.

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The Chemistry Group

Five things you never knew would increase an organisation’s bottom line

The Chemistry Group, experts in solving people problems in large businesses, has compiled a list of five things you never knew would improve your organisation’s bottom line. By keeping employees happy and healthy, these simple suggestions are key to improving productivity and efficiency in the workplace. 

  • Nutrition– maintaining blood sugar levels keeps staff focused throughout the day
  • Open work environment– helps stimulate and inspire workers to achieve their full potential
  • Interactive processes– facilitates communication between staff
  • Hierarchy– a non-hierarchical office structure enables staff to share their opinions and ideas openly
  • A video game– is an innovative way to save a lot of time vetting job applicants
To read more about these suggestions download the full press release below.

Quotations

Lorraine Makepeace, Chemistry Group’s Head of Amazing, said:

“It’s not enough for us to have a mission statement of ‘We give everyone the opportunity to be brilliant at work’; we have to truly mean it. A brightly coloured, clean, open working environment has been proven to stimulate and inspire workers, helping them to achieve their full potential.”

Simon Cooper, The Chemistry Group’s Director, commented:

“For us professionalism is about empathy, taking care to understand how the other person wants to be communicated with and engaging in that way.”

Roger Philby, Founder and CEO of The Chemistry Group commented:

“Giving people opportunities to be brilliant can start with making sure your recruitment process hires those people who will thrive in your organisation, or re-energising and developing the great people you already have to be brilliant every day. Having the very best people in the very best place in your organisation is not rocket science, but it might be chemistry.”

Roger Philby, Chemistry Group’s Founder and CEO added:

“I noticed in 2010 that we always started the year in greater shape, pipeline wise, than we finished.  We analysed it and polled our staff – simply put, they were tired, overworked and eating badly while on the run. They were going like the clappers in the first half of the year and drained in the second. The impact of the nutrition programme is that we now have a pipeline of £4m rather than the £2m it was before we started the programme.”

Download the full press release and high resolution images below.

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Keeping multiple personalities in order: five types of workers to master

The Chemistry Group profiles five common office personalities that everyone should understand how to manage Alasdair Scott, occupational psychologist and business analyst at The Chemistry Group, provides a breakdown of some of the most common personality types in modern offices with advice on getting the best out of them and staying on their good side. […]

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IQ is not a silver bullet.

Statement from Roger Philby, CEO of business consultancy The Chemistry Group. Boris Johnson has hit the headlines yet again with his comments that true economic equality is unattainable because of differences in IQ. He goes on to say that tackling inequality is futile because people are “already very far from equal in raw ability”. Unfortunately, Boris […]

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The Challenger Sales Model: You’re Doing It Wrong!

The Chemistry Group takes the Challenger Sales Model to task The Chemistry Group, the only consulting firm specialising in rapid top-line growth through behavioural change in large companies, has published a new white paper titled The Challenges of Challenger. The study is an evaluation and a constructive critique of the assumptions and conclusions of the […]

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