Tips, advice and musings to help you improve your management
and leadership skills
November 21, 2016
How do you attract high performers to your organisation, and what is your strategy for keeping them?
Simply offering higher-than-average salaries and bonuses is not enough in today’s labour market, where great candidates often find themselves the subject of bidding wars amongst several companies. Learn More
June 17, 2016
Most of us know the benefits of hybrid cars – they require less money for petrol and are better for the environment.
However, not many are familiar with what hybrid jobs are, or their benefits to the employer and the employee alike. Learn More
April 10, 2015
“Culture” is a term that has long been used to describe the collective intellectual achievements of a given society.
In the anthropological sense, a culture is defined by a collective social, political, and legal structure, a common language, and shared views on religion and art. Learn More
January 16, 2015
Whether you are supervising a team or writers, marketing executives, public relations gurus, advertising specialists, etc., you want to promote creativity in your workplace. Unbeknown to you, you can be suppressing originality in your office. Don’t make the mistakes outlined below and let your company culture infringe of your employees’ original thinking. Learn More
December 15, 2014
More and more studies are being published that recognise the effects of our surroundings on our behaviour at work. Work productivity has been found to be directly correlated to office space. More and more managers in the UK are choosing to redesign their offices with their employees in mind. One of the best-known guides to follow in this redesign is Feng Shui, which is an ancient Chinese art of creating and designing spaces to promote chi, or good balance and energy for health and prosperity. Here are the top four Feng Shui tips for a productive office. Learn More