In a business context, what is “creativity”? Marketing? Ideas? Fluff? Nul points! It is the ability to find new ways to answer difficult questions.
The Godfather trilogy follows a powerful Italian-American crime family ? and its quotes are by far some of the most memorable in the movie-verse.
Former Manchester United football coach, professional sports psychologist and author of new book The Winning Mindset, Damien Hughes, reveals five sporting principles that leaders can apply in business. ?
Before jumping in and giving advice to your employee the next time an issue arises, try one of the following techniques from Karen Meager and John McLachlan, founders of the Monkey Puzzle management training school.
Left untreated, mental health disorders can have a crippling impact on even the most simple of daily activities. A silent battle of the mind ? and a secret killer ? it can go unnoticed even by friends and family.
Sarah Westmorland, people resourcing director at Helen & Douglas House, the world’s first children’s hospice, tells us why resilience is so vital in an emotional job and what employers can do to help improve it.
One in four of us feels under pressure at work on a daily basis. Sometimes this “healthy” pressure can become overwhelming, stressful and lead to “burnout – the type of job stress that is often characterised by mental exhaustion combined with self-doubt.
Evidence from neuroscience shows business managers are living a "rationality facade" by using strategy tools and are missing a key ingredient in decision making: emotion.
UK tech startup Realeyes has secured a global partnership with marketing giant MediaCom in a deal that will use its “emotion measurement technology” to understand how consumers feel about campaigns based on facial reactions.
So-called "iceberg employees" have been described as emotionally drained and potentially damaging to your business.
Realeyes, a UK-based facial recognition company, has secured a €3.64m European Commission grant to evolve its technology and continue the mission to understand human emotions through artificial intelligence (AI).
Taking the "stiff upper lip" approach out of business and allowing a little sentiment can help strengthen business relationships. It can also build trust for lasting partnerships between a business and its customers, or an employer and its employees.