Why this is not the time for presenteeism

30th March 2020

Opinions on working from home, and antiquated perceptions of presenteeism, could finally be changing as a result of COVID-19. Leadership expert, equality campaigner and author Hira Ali believes that the culture of presenteeism is, rightly, [read more]

The best productivity strategy

21st February 2020

Thomas Shaw explains the productivity strategy that changed his life CREDIT: This is an edited version of an article that originally appeared on About Leaders There’s a time in our lives when we don’t know [read more]

How to have a more mindful commute

7th January 2020

Whether you’re crawling along in a traffic jam, packed onto a sweaty train carriage with no chance of a seat, or waiting around for a bus that you know is going to be late, your [read more]

How to improve a toxic work environment

2nd January 2020

It’s no secret: with work, comes stress. In fact, surveys from the American Psychological Association find, each year, that money and work are the top two sources of significant stress for adults. Unfortunately, we can’t always see [read more]

Sick days: how many is too many?

27th September 2019

There are an enormous number of variables when it comes to taking time off work due to sickness – but how much time off is too much? Alan Price, CEO and HR expert of BrightHR, [read more]

Is your commute worth the pain?

24th September 2019

For UK workers, commuting time has increased by 18 hours compared to a decade ago, according to the TUC. A study by Totaljobs shows the average worker is set to spend a whopping £135,000 on [read more]

From the magazine: Personal mastery

9th September 2019

In the second instalment of a new series of articles – Driving School Improvement – Stephen Mitchell, chief operating officer at the Spencer Academies Trust in Nottingham, looks at personal mastery – the first aspect [read more]

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