When I tell people my job title, Head of Global Happiness, people often think I’ve made it up (I have!) but they also ask “What does that mean?” Once I’ve explained my story, they often ask how they can become The Head of Happiness in their organisation.
Throughout the Euros, Gareth Southgate displayed key leadership qualities that every business leader should aspire to. He always leads with compassion, making sure his team’s wellbeing is put first, regardless of their results.
Gazing out across the sea of cubicles is no way to manage performance. Nor will you be a beloved and respected manager if you constantly hover at people's shoulders, watching them work.
Business leaders are always searching for ways to make their teams more productive. They might try team-building exercises, efficiency strategies or ‘perks at work’ like retail discounts.
In times of crisis, we turn to our leaders for guidance – their actions and mood set the tone for the rest of the company. But who do the leaders turn to when business as usual ceases to be… business as usual?
It isn’t a question of being ‘modern’ or ‘old school’. Today, you can’t lead a successful business without being tech-fluent.
Executive coaching is one of the fastest growing professions worldwide and yet many people still don’t understand what coaching is.
Financial guru and ex-Dragons’ Den investor Piers Linney offers his thoughts on leveraging your business.
Chris Forbes of Cheeky Panda believes there are three stages to seeking, hiring and retaining top business personnel.
One of a leader's key responsibilities is to optimise their team for high performance. There are certainly hundreds of ways to do this. Here are the top 5 ways I've found that deliver the best results