It is widely accepted that people are an organisation’s most valuable asset. In many cases the most expensive, so supporting and challenging them to do things simpler, better and faster is the key to gaining competitive edge and future-proofing your business. Here’s how to do it through neuroscience.
To mark World Sleep Day on 16 March, Real Business looks at how lack of sleep physically impacts our health, makes us less productive and is costly to the wider economy.
Achieving long-term business success is not easy, but Karen Meager and John McLachlan, authors of Real Leaders for the Real Word, have a few tips that could help.
Being attuned to the needs of workers both inside and outside of the office will offer benefits, especially with stress and fatigue reigning supreme.
Just how well are your staff coping? A study has found that work issues are resulting in sleepless nights for six million British employees on a weekly basis.
Of all the awareness days, World Sleep Day brings to the forefront one crucial fact about the British workforce we tend to neglect – that one in three UK workers suffer from sleeping problems.
With businesses dotted around the globe, Richard Branson is often hopping on and off of planes – so it’s just as well he has a few of his own. And during his latest trip to Australia, he caught one of his workers sound asleep.
No matter how much effort you put into getting enough sleep every night, there are going to be days when you wake up exhausted. You'll still have to survive the work day, but it doesn't have to be miserable. Here's how you can get through the day while still trying to be productive.
Research has found that a focus on shorter working hours and an increase of sleep could help the the UK improve its lack of productivity.
You’ve made the decision to start your own business. You’ve given up that steady pay cheque and instead invested in yourself. No one’s motivation can truly be tested as well as the entrepreneur’s – so it’s time to get yourself motivated and stay that way.
Sleep deprivation is affecting one in five Brits on Sunday nights, according to the Tune Hotels Group, which is a result of dreading the week ahead and fears of the ghastly commute to work.
There are signs that British workers are not getting enough sleep as figures today reveal that 47 per cent have fallen asleep on the job.