A narcissistic leader places a crown on his own head

2 September, 2020

Narcissistic leaders are perceived negatively by their employees

Ever since the ascent of Donald Trump to the US presidency narcissism has been one of the most talked about personality traits among leaders in business. This often focuses on their potential for unde...
AI in the workplace

20 July, 2020

Computer says no: the risks of AI in the post-pandemic digital workplace

The coronavirus pandemic has created an opportunity for companies to rapidly advance the scope of their digital ambitions. Significant changes have already taken place in sectors including retail, tra...
heart on an office window, workplace relationships

10 January, 2020

Heartache to headache: why workplace relationships are a problem

Late last year workplace relationships hit the headlines with a bang. First global fast-food chain McDonald’s
businessman using mindfulness to improve staff mental health

25 November, 2019

Organisations are still falling short on staff mental health

Conversations around mental health provisions are more common than ever before. We’re increasingly told that stigma surrounding illness is breaking down and everyone from
Magnifying glass on CVs

21 October, 2019

Due diligence in recruitment requires the human touch

Malcolm Gladwell, the popular social science writer whose works include Blink, Outliers and The Tipping Point, has a new book out. In his latest bestseller Talking to...
Steven Baert

21 May, 2018

Culture at heart: Steven Baert, Novartis

Launch into a conversation about culture change at Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Novartis with Steven Baert, the company’s head of human resources, and you get a swift response. He’s happy with prog...
HSBC

16 March, 2018

HSBC reveals gender pay gap of 60% but pledges to improve diversity

HSBC, one of the UK's most prominent financial institutions, has published an average gender pay gap of 60%. The bank's gender bonus gap is 84%. The bank admitted that it had fewer women in senior ...