It may not have been written into their job description, but managers have a vital role to play in the pandemic
Many people working routinely at home. Rota systems. Half-in, half-out. The new ‘mixed economy’ presents many new challenges.
The pandemic has set workplace equality back by decades to a 1950s-style of living, warns top entrepreneur and philanthropist
Imagine a world where all management decisions factored in sustainability and net-zero targets…
Redundancy can be a traumatic experience here are some ways to manage the impact of redundancy on your mental health
Holly Saxon’s Story of Reframing the Nightmare of Redundancy Into a Deeper Understanding of What She Really Cares About
If you think your organisation is having a tough time getting back to business as usual, try running a primary school.
the challenge for managers is to find the sweet spot between what works for individuals and what suits the organisation
Clive Wrattens job is to lobby for the Business Travel Sector. So how has he led through an extraordinarily tough period.
We’ve just about learned our crisis coping mechanisms – but what about when lockdown is over?
This isn’t the moment to cut back on skills and training. Quite the opposite, says two of Britain’s leading educationalists.
Are we on the brink of a more inclusive world in management? Or will covid-19 just intensify social and racial inequalities?