Leadership

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Neil Morrison leaves Penguin Random House for Severn Trent

One of the UK’s most well-known HR directors, Neil Morrison, is swapping memoirs for reservoirs as he leaves book publishing...

Shokat Lal and Angela O'Connor answer questions at the 2017 PPMA annual seminarPaul Scott Photography

PPMA 2017: Leadership and evidence-based HR in the public sector

5 May 2017

Two themes dominated the Public Service People Managers’ Association (PPMA) annual seminar: leading change and the need for evidence-based HR...

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Women better suited to leadership

28 Mar 2017

Women are better leaders than their male colleagues, according to research.
Professor Øyvind L Martinsen, head of leadership and organisational...

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Kronos CEO Aron Ain: “Management is not a spectator sport”

17 Feb 2017

He’s one of the highest rated CEO’s on Glassdoor and engagement scores have shot up at his company. What can...

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Four key actions to tackle a gender pay gap

14 Feb 2017

New rules on gender pay gap reporting simply compel employers to publish details of their pay gap on an annual...

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Private companies should be subject to corporate governance rules

12 Feb 2017

Large private businesses, including the likes of John Lewis, Arcadia and Virgin Atlantic, should have to follow the same corporate...

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leadership-skills

UK managers lack some of most desired leadership skills, research finds

24 Jan 2017

UK managers are ill equipped to lead and get the best from their people, according to surveys from the CIPD...

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Five ways men feel alienated by gender diversity debate

20 Jan 2017

As the requirement for gender pay gap reporting approaches, more men are engaging in gender issues – some better than...

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Leadership development: Resilience in times of trauma

19 Jan 2017

The vote to leave the European Union and the election of Donald Trump as president of the US meant that...

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Workers feel trapped by “rigid” workplaces, ILM finds

12 Jan 2017

More than half of UK workers feel trapped by the rigid structure of their workplace, according to a survey by ...

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Why the post-Brexit world needs leaders more than ever

13 Dec 2016

With many organisations worried about the changes Brexit might bring, it’s easy to forget the importance of building leadership skills....

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How skills-based volunteering can boost careers

30 Sep 2016

Many employers see volunteering as a way to boost team dynamics and give something back. Skills-based volunteering takes this one...

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Why it is crucial to create leaders at all levels

12 Sep 2016

The majority of organisations say it is crucial to have the right leadership in place for success, yet only 15%...

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Proportion of women on FTSE 100 executive committees remains static

20 Jul 2016

The number of women working at executive committee level has not increased for more than two years in FTSE 100...

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Women in leadership and five actions for HR

15 Jul 2016

The remarkable rise of women in politics shows that it is time for a different style of leadership, says Rosie...

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