January is known as the time of year where unhappy employees leave their jobs. Others stay where they are though, silently imagining ways of killing their boss.
Entrepreneur Vijay Eswaran talks about seizing life – and business – by the horns, not to mention the benefits of developing a sense of urgency.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you mastered the power of persuasion, whereby you inspired people to do exactly what you want, when you want?
If you think typical corporate charity sector giving consists of painting community halls and transforming gardens, then think again.
Today, bosses must navigate a constant flux of new policies, technologies and competition to stay profitable and grow their companies. And, for organisations of all sizes, a key change is already on the horizon – the rise of the millennial leader.
The zeal with which a new manager approaches their role is a wonder to behold. They are dying to get stuck in, and have much to prove: that they will establish themselves successfully and uniquely within the workplace and that they will look after clients well.
One of the single most competitive advantages for companies today is the ability to grow, nurture, and develop leadership and management capability faster than the competition – future success depends on it.
As with everything, leaders come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, management styles and different levels of experience, from the successful to the downright awful. But why is there so much difference between the great and the bad? Is it their nature or the nurture?
Despite being caught up in various controversies, David Moyes has been named the new manager at West Ham FC. Is it a good idea to introduce such a leader into your business?
Nobel laureate Bertrand Russell once said, “To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” Bravery is applicable to many situations, but in my experience as coach and entrepreneur, I’ve found it particularly true for leadership.
Diversity and inclusion is an increasingly hot topic in society at large, but also specifically in business. What’s less clear, when thinking of the issue in relation to the corporate sphere, is what does it really mean?
One4all Rewards polled 1,024 employees to find out what traits they assigned to their perfect boss – and how those in real life compared.