New research shows that young people still hold prejudiced views about women in leadership roles. Do we have enough time to educate the leaders of tomorrow before the cycle of stereotyping continues?
As a property mentor, Bindar Dosanjh often gets asked about the characteristics of a successful investor. Here she highlights what the most important attributes are.
The Carillion incident has brought to light the flaws present in the business landscape. More specifically, reports present it as a lesson in evading toxic culture.
What do we mean by the term high achievers? It’s the people who make stuff happen. Not just the small things – yes, they do those too – but the big things as well.
Research suggests that most leaders derail or fail by unknowingly “joining the dark side”. Your behaviour, it seems, can become your kryptonite.
At HIROLA, we’re constantly growing and expanding which means we’re on the lookout for new team members. But making new hires can often be a daunting prospect for growing SMEs
They say you can choose your friends, not your family – and the same applies to the workplace. Given the choice, most of us would choose different colleagues to the ones we’re lumbered with for eight hours a day. And yet, working with a diverse hodgepodge of individuals is strangely satisfying, and par for the course in a tight-knit office environment.
I am guessing that the answer to that question depends much on your age and level of experience. There are many valid definitions of professional behaviour but one thing is for sure – you know it when you see it!
There is much hype about how the UK’s small businesses are vital to growing the economy.