Talking to Bupa UK’s corporate director, Patrick Watt, for our “Mind Control” series unveils evidence of bosses hoping to eradicate a fear of speaking up about mental health issues.
Achieving long-term business success is not easy, but Karen Meager and John McLachlan, authors of Real Leaders for the Real Word, have a few tips that could help.
In some ways, leadership is like travelling by aeroplane. Whilst turbulence is normal, it requires an experienced hand to avoid any major issues and confidently steer everybody to the intended destination.
If you’re not in the habit of making the most of your lunchtime, then maybe it’s time you start doing so now. The benefits are worth it.
If you’re putting your next reading list together, but are stuck for business book ideas, here are the recommendations of 11 UK leaders.
As far as leadership traits go, bravery ranks high on the list of must-have’s – and those making it a priority have been branded courageous executives by ThoughtWorks.
When leaders lack the ability to provide direction, staff morale suffers – and they may even grow to hate you because of it.
A startup founder brings with them passion, drive, commitment and skin in the game. Ormsby Street’s has departed, and it’s time for others to step up.
At Caffeine, we’ve made our share of mistakes over ten years. We share them in the belief that wisdom acquired through experience and shared can help others improve performance faster.
From allegations of sexual harassment, to a dashcam video of the CEO in a heated argument, Uber has been hit with scandal after scandal. However, this is more than a PR problem. The common link between all of these headline-grabbing incidents is Uber’s toxic corporate culture.
After a series of publicised problems, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick announced he would be taking a leave of absence. News promptly followed that the company was planning on addressing its toxic workplace culture.
While its slew of insults may not be for everyone, 2011 movie Horrible Bosses resonated with Brits when it came to employer behaviour – and research reveals some are close to walking out the office door because of it.