26 November 2020
From country to country, leadership styles vary greatly based on political reign, cultural values and historical events. Kate Simmons offers some advice for any manager who is thinking about re-locating
Guest post from Elizabeth Grable. Employers today are looking for employees who are going to give 100 percent and devote themselves toward the goals and vision of the company. These
25 November 2020
Is it worth investing in human resources? Well, as a snapshot answer to that question we offer this anecdotal exchange between a finance manager and a chief exec: CFO asks
12 November 2020
HR specialist and writer, Dennis Phoenix, suggests six motivational techniques for managers. Any manager knows that a motivated team is a productive team. The success of any business is dependent
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This is definitely a step in the right direction! "Bosses of FTSE 100 and accountancy firms promise new focus on wellbeing of staff and local communities." https://t.co/vQzj9fg80Y
Returning office workers will want secure, safe workspaces that are primarily for collaboration, not administration https://t.co/K92StSjX8z
Have the courage to ask difficult questions about your own leadership style. https://t.co/IEZiX2zDCP
So many excellent points in this article. Both for managers and for people who develop them.
Remote work=tracking software=avoidance techniques! Perhaps it's worth thinking about the fundamentals - employ the right people and trust them! "Remote working has led to managers spying more on staff – here are three ways to curb it" https://t.co/Jv4l4Lfqui via @ConversationUK
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