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18 Jan 2021
A softer, more humane approach to leadership will offer greater value in a post-Covid world, according to research from management...
18 Dec 2020
A change in management and the need to deliver more courses online led to the creation of a new learning...
7 Dec 2020
About 8% of very senior managers at NHS trusts are from ethnic minorities, compared with 19% of the total NHS workforce, analysis finds.
27 Nov 2020
HR must play its role in building a blended, 'hybrid workforce'. Is it ready?
12 Nov 2020
To create a true ‘speak up’ culture, organisations need to stop trying to fix individuals’ behaviours and focus on how...
3 Nov 2020
Widespread working from home is creating an imperative for teams to review and adopt different management styles. Paida Dube examines...
23 Sep 2020
Interpersonal skills, empathy and resilience are strongly desired by employers as they look towards business recovery. Riccarda Zezza discusses how...
16 Sep 2020
Organisations have spent £1.2 billion on temporary staff to plug skills gaps over the past year, prompting the Open University...
8 Sep 2020
Leaders have a unique opportunity to question how things have been done in the past and create new organisational norms....
21 Aug 2020
Talent risks being wasted through poor decision-making that is based on uninformed, inconsistent and biased information, writes Roger Philby.
31 Jul 2020
Managing people remotely for any length of time puts the onus on leaders to learn a new set of tools.
25 Jun 2020
The advent of Covid-19 has seen a major switch in HR priorities, a new survey has found, with the ‘future...
22 Jun 2020
New research reveals almost no movement since 2014 on number of black people who hold leadership positions in the UK.
11 Jun 2020
CIPD’s virtual Festival of Work hears from financier and campaigner Dame Helena Morrissey, Phoenix Group's Andy Briggs and QA's Charlie Mayfield.