As we gradually ease our way out of lockdown, it’s important to support all your employees on their return to normality.
Most work around productivity optimization takes a set of goals as given, focusing elsewhere to optimize performance.
The pandemic: Stepping up to the leadership challenges
An inclusive workplace starts at the top. Women and minorities are severely under-represented within business leadership. It is up to leaders, across sectors to look around the boardroom and examine where diversity is on the business agenda, and why.
Whether you're setting professional or personal goals, there is one goal-setting framework that I highly recommend you do not use - the SMART framework.
After being dumped out of the last European Championships by Iceland in 2016, England will be hoping to improve their performance this time around and build on their success from the World Cup three years ago.
In the words of civil rights activist, Marian Wright Edelman, “you can’t be what you can’t see.”
Undoubtedly, the UK’s economy has been a casualty of COVID-19. Overall, 2020 saw GDP shrink by nearly 10% - the worst decline in three centuries.
Bad managers are everywhere. In a Gallup study, it was found that there were more bad managers than good, and that half of all employees have left a job to escape a bad manager.
With so many buzz words around leadership floating around at the moment, it can be hard to make sense of it all. Servant leadership, authentic leadership, transformational leadership. The question of what is leadership in 2021 is in a state of flux.