Good leaders exude trust, believability and congruence. You know where you stand with them. They are clear. You don’t even have to like them a follow them and work with them. These leaders are great because they are authentic.
Increasingly employers are needing to have a greater awareness of people’s general wellbeing, which includes examining the impact work and technologies have on staff – a factor mentioned by the Taylor Review.
What prime minister Theresa May promised in her manifesto regarding corporate governance and excessive executive pay has fallen flat according to many.
Some 74 per cent of workers have been engaged in office pranks, but there have been cases where their capers have gotten too extreme, resulting in them being fired.