Steering an organisation through its worst days is the acid test of leadership. A failure to say or do the right things during a crisis can result in significant damage.
Attitudes towards privacy have fundamentally changed say 4,460 surveyed after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. So, what is the European technology community’s responsibility?
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.
Ormsby Street CEO Martin Campbell has taken a new approach to employee performance, looking at an individual inside and outside work getting them to set personal goals.
Following February statistics revealing that one in seven workers wanted to be self-employed, City Breaks in Newcastle tried to find out what exactly made being a business owner so appealing.
When a business grows the number of recruitment decision required also swells, but Giles Fuchs believes the CEO needs to maintain the same involvement.
In running a company doing business on both sides of the Atlantic, Lee Biggins had to learn about building trust and having faith in the team he’s built.
This may have passed you by, but 28 January marked Data Privacy Day. Set up in 2007 to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices, it has now gone global, being observed in more than 50 countries.
Celfone Trading has a big budget for staff training, as well as thinking differently about the appraisal process, and competing for Employer of the Year.
While Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley was right when he said he's not Father Christmas, or anything remotely similar, his comments about accountability in a big company will resonate with a business leader or two.
Let's get one thing clear, bosses are rarely bad on purpose – more often than not they are blissfully unaware that their staff liken their leadership style to Ricky Gervais’ infamous David Brent.
In the lead up to Christmas the average person spends close to £900 on a variety of presents, decorations and festive extras in readiness for 25 December. It’s hardly surprising with the pressures of expectations and opportunities online that much of this buying is done sneakily in work time.