What Our Political Leaders can learn from Business

As the official campaign for the 2015 UK general election is about to get underway on March 30th, it is fascinating to see the jockeying for position that is already taking place. Parties are already declaring that they would not work together under any circumstances, if no majority position is reached and a coalition needs […]

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What type of leader are you?

My husband has been looking to move on in his career lately, this has got me thinking about the people that I have worked for over the years.  I’ve thought a lot about what makes some managers great and others so rotten.  Until the day I die I will remember at least two people from […]

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6 Productive and easy work Resolutions for 2015

2015 has arrived, and it’s back to work!  What picture are you going to make this year?  Do you want it to look like all the other years – or will it stand out? New year often brings a fresh start, new ideas and new goals. This means experiencing the challenges of meeting goals that we set for […]

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All the Employee Engagement News You Need to Read this Week – 31st July 2014

Each week we aim to deliver the most useful information, inspiration, and insight about Employee Engagement and Motivation, Leadership and Followership, Strategy and Culture, all summarised into bite-size chunks.  Here are this week’s must reads; How to identify leaders in a future you can’t predict – 29th July One of the biggest concerns for any […]

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Five ways to do Employee Engagement Wrong

Here are five common ways in which organisations manage to get employee engagement wrong…and which lead to the opposite result, because the aren’t actually about engagement, merely re-labelled as such. 1. Doing Employee Engagement TO your Staff. A fundamental tenet of employee engagement is that it is employees who become engaged whilst their employer creates […]

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