While being at the top of the tree can bring autonomy, reward and adulation, when success isn’t sustained, being at the top can be a very lonely place.
New research has revealed 92 per cent of HR professionals state that they currently have a leadership programme in place.
84% of next generation talent in 2018 would like to work for an organisation that puts their people first
Four in ten UK workers are dissatisfied with the quality of leadership at work (40%)
Fees up by 52%, compared to 17% increase in nominal wages
HRreview has launched its graduate recruitment and development special edition that puts the spotlight on these key issues in the UK in 2018.
In business many professionals will try to use the power of words to undermine you in order to feel superior – the ‘Status Game’ is very hard to escape from throughout your career.
Most people join organisations, but leave bosses. Rob Bravo, Director of Wellbeing at Talking Talent, suggests how to change this.
Being humble, tolerant and innovative are the three main qualities that professionals believe are key to becoming a successful leader, according to GISMA Business School. Some of the UK’s most successful business leaders were interviewed to find out what they believed the best leadership qualities to be. Those questioned by GISMA shared that, in their experience, the top five…
A generation ago, most organisations employed a workforce that was representative of their geography. Today, the world is much smaller – we live in a global economy that is supported by ever-evolving technology which means a multicultural workforce is more common than not. Thankfully. Diversity in the workplace can be explored from several perspectives. Some…
Fiona Miller discusses IGD’s Feeding Britain’s Future careers initiative, which brings food and grocery industry professionals into schools to inspire and educate students about the world of work.
Dr Armstrong will be chairing the 12th Annual Employee Engagement Summit in March. Here she
suggests the three key reasons why organisations may be getting it wrong when it comes to engagement.
New research suggests a core competency shortage with 50 per cent of management candidates lacking leadership skills and 49 per cent of staff level candidates lacking functional, job-related skills.
MSLGROUP is strengthening its Employee practice and Senior Leadership in the UK with the appointment of
Priscilla Kuehnel as Director of Engagement, Employee Practice.
There has been much talk about the ‘gig economy’ – an environment in which temporary positions are common and organisations contract with independent workers for short-term engagements. However, ‘gig’ working is nothing new. Organisations have been hiring interim professionals on temporary contracts for years now, and as short-term deliverers of a service, they are well-placed to be part of the ‘gig economy’.