While it’s essential to build solid bonds with your team, defining areas of respect, authority and productivity can be challenging when navigating the line between boss and friend. Instant Offices looks into the implications and shares some tips on how to be a boss and a friend.
Leadership excellence by knowing when and how to break the rules is the focus of an edgy and thought provoking new book entitled Intelligent Disobedience – The Difference Between Good and Great Leaders by Bob McGannon, published by Routledge.
New ways of working require leadership skills that are more important than experience, says Dr. Riitta Lumme-Tuomala, Head of Growth at Aalto University Executive Education.
Aaron Wallis Sales Recruitment have just published research into the CEOs of the 100 biggest companies the world, investigating whether there is any correlation between your first career steps and how far your career progresses.
100% of IT leaders with high degree of cost transparency are on company board, compared with 54% of non or partially cost transparent enterprises.
Companies that pay their CEO modestly perform better. UK firms overpay CEOs when compared to European neighbours.
Directors twice as likely to experience ‘workplace performance anxiety’ than any other level.
Leaders should think of helping as part of their jobs, new research from the UCL School of Management suggests. And that help often needs to go beyond the usual quick advice and favours.
Christmas parties are a great way to build teams, but can become a source of stress for leaders and managers if they are not managed correctly.
British workers reveal how their bosses really match up to key management qualities.
New research points to a potential leadership crisis within the contact centre industry. The report provides a detailed snapshot of views, issues, and drivers for change from senior decision-makers.
Business school research suggests cultural heritage can influence corporate profitability and success.
To succeed in the 21st Century, businesses need to change their way of thinking and their business models, so they can anticipate the opportunities and threats that are ahead of them, says global business foresight and strategies consultancy Kantar Futures.
Leadership lessons from the past, present and future are the big themes running through the 25 titles short listed for the 2018 Management Book of the Year.
Your personality should fit with your network in order to be trusted and successful, new research from UCL School of Management and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, reveals. Otherwise, your friendships might clash with your job.