As humans we often learn more from our mistakes than our successes – and I suspect this is now ringing true for Uber boss Travis Kalanick after a video of him berating one of his drivers went viral.
HR & Management
Hugh Jackman is now hanging up his adamantium claws, and there’s a few lessons we can learn from his experience.
Companies located in the south coast city of Brighton posted the highest salary growth in February, when compared to the previous year, new statistics show.
Printerland.co.uk research has unveiled the four things most likely to prevent home-based staff from working – and you may have suspected them all along.
Catherine Stott, external financial mind coach to ActivTrades, unveils the difference between the two sexes when faced with pressures cast up by changing markets – and why it’s a sound business case for having more women in the financial industry.
Every single second of the day it’s estimated you receive 2m bits of information streaming in to your nervous system. All this information directs your thoughts and since the media thrives on negativity, this is what you are feeding your mind. But here’s to get on the road of self-improvement.
Motivation is a powerful driving force, but that does not mean it is always constructive. There is a dark side of motivation, where it can be misdirected or derailed toward destructive, immoral or problematic behaviours.
Trends are always coming and going, but one that’s stuck around for much longer than most is the focus on workplace collaboration and engagement.
A recent survey found the number one concern in business was the ability to promote change. Some 84 per cent of the interviewed Fortune 100 executives said they had at least one change initiative linked to growth, productivity, competition and globalisation.
You might have a craving, but there are various taboo lunchtime eating habits that have no place at work, according to almost half of the UK’s employees.
The argument that “outsourcing services can save costs” is well-known, but is it really true? There can still be a number of hidden costs and you might introduce new challenges for your organisation.
In wanting to free himself up to be the creative driver of his business, Nigel Shanahan has been on the hunt for a new CEO – and shares some valuable tips.