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Retirement Comes of Age 31 March, 2009 Executives are increasingly choosing to work beyond retirement, often on a part-time or consultancy basis. Mark Stuart, head of research at the Chartered Institute of Marketing, examines how...

A life in harmony 31 March, 2009 Why should creating a work-life balance always come down to making trade-offs? Stewart D Friedman, author of Total Leadership, tells Phin Foster about becoming a better leader and why...

The Invisible Organisation 30 March, 2009

In an extract The Invisible Organisation, author Neil Farmer explains why three quarters of the leaders in an organisation are not in the management hierarchy, and the benefits...

Developing Your Cross-Border Strategy 20 February, 2009 In an exclusive extract from The Corporate Guide to Expatriate Employment, edited by Jonathan Reuvid, Stephen Asher of Frank Hirth discusses the need for developing employment strategies...

Mind Matters 13 February, 2009 The chances of a person experiencing some form of mental health issue throughout their lifetime are relatively high, which will have an affect on the workplace. As Archon Solicitors’ Rob...

Spotlight on Talent 14 October, 2008 In a world focused increasingly on the short term it can be easy to overlook the development of the next generation of leaders. General Mills' Kevin D Wilde and Verizon’s Renée Robertson...

Investing in Emotional Economics 01 October, 2008 Are you too busy to have important conversations with your people? Anthony Landale examines how Skandia is making motivational conversations a priority for managers and the...

Keeping Up with Generation Y 01 October, 2008 Alistair Leathwood, managing director of recruitment consultancy FreshMinds Talent, discusses how employers can adapt to secure the best talent Generation Y has to...

High Performing Women: How Women Reach the Top 18 September, 2008 With so few female CEO's reaching the board room, what does it take for business women to make their mark? Dr Tara Jones and Mark Gittins of performance development consultancy Lane4...

Save a Day a Week by Cutting out Unnecessary Work 05 September, 2008 The average employee's productivity within the workplace is little more than a few hours a day. So why are people stuck in the office from early morning until evening, complaining of a...

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