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We teach children to be good with promises of Santa and presents, but how does this taught compliance affect us as leaders? Are we losing our voices?
How often do you find yourself nodding cheerfully and agreeing to do something which, only minutes later, will have you gently banging your skull against your desk, muttering…why? WHY did I say yes to that!
Giving feedback is a difficult balance even for an experienced manager. Learn how to inspire change rather than hostility and help your employees improve.
We have become so caught up in our own expectations for perfectionism which stops us being in the moment and getting wrapped up in our blame culture.
Given that some managers are ill equipped to lead career conversations, Nicky Smith shares practical steps you can take to make confident career conversations part of your DNA.
We hear lots of things about what successful women have in common. But these are usually super stars. But what makes regular successful women? Our writer looked at her network.
With a low number of women in senior roles it falls on male mentors to support women. But male leaders do not always have the right training.
The normalisation of misogyny is embedded in our social media diets that even an ad from Audi can cause a sexist backlash. It exposes something much deeper.
Respected well-liked leaders inspire, engage, and foster organizational success. Kate Nasser shares her list of things well-liked leaders consistently do.
Mentioning Thatcher's name is enough to evoke some strong emotions but she's been named the most influential women in 70 years. We look at why,