Is There Such A Thing As Culturally Universal Leadership Traits?

May 22, 2015

InternationalThe concept of global leadership is rapidly gaining popularity amongst academic research and multinational organisation, and we’re beginning to see the term popping up in the blog spheres as well. Learn More

3 Methods To Develop Open Communication With Your Staff

May 18, 2015

There are different corporate cultures in the United Kingdom. Some are lax places where employees and managers are free to speak their mind and converse about different topics. The employees are able to express their opinions, even when they believe the supervisor may be wrong. Learn More

How To Track Employee Performance WITHOUT Micromanaging

May 15, 2015

In today’s world, there are so many distractions in the office.

From smartphones to the Internet, employees are wasting time socialising and searching online during office hours. Learn More

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3 Small Ways Managers Can Save Lots Of Time

May 11, 2015

business time managementManagers have to wear many hats: they need to run a team of employees, answer to their own boss, interact with clients and network. Learn More

How To Manage With Actions Instead Of Words

May 8, 2015

Have you heard of the saying, “Do as I say, not as I do?”

While it may be a good strategy for parents to use on their children, it is not a good one to use at the office. Learn More

3 Questions Every Leader Must Ask Themselves

May 6, 2015

Many people want to receive promotions and rise up the corporate ladder. Learn More

The 3 Types Of Bully EVERY Workplace Has

May 1, 2015

Despite the best efforts of organisational leaders and human resource staff, many work teams are plagued by the presence of a workplace bully.

Generally speaking, workplace bullies use relational aggression tactics to intimidate others, using non-physical, non-violent methods to break down the victim’s self-esteem and professional reputation. Learn More

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Should You Ask Your Staff To Work Overtime?

April 27, 2015

working overtimeWith the ever-increasing job demands, many employers are requiring their staff to work overtime.

This counts as any time in excess of the regular working schedule, usually 40 hours. Learn More