By David Goodman Have you ever wondered what the key components of great leadership really are? There are several obvious components of leadership, the first being vision; your destination or, put simply, where you’re taking your team. The second is strategy. How are
By Dr Michael Cassop Thompson Organisational life is characterised by change, and it is generally accepted that if an organisation is to prosper then change is inevitable. Change may be continuous and incremental, or more revolutionary (and of course, all shades in between). Primarily,
The word ‘strategy’ is thrown around a lot these days, but how many of us actually know what that means? How on Earth are you meant to be more strategic at work? Well, we’re here to give you a quick lesson on strategy. The
By Jessica Toms My role at the Centre is to make sure that the office runs smoothly, that all of our equipment works and to keep the Centre looking fresh and up-to-date. One of the most important aspects of my role is to ensure
Bullying only happens at school, right? Research conducted by TUC says otherwise, as it was discovered that nearly a third of people are bullied in their workplace. Their research also showed that 36% people who report being bullied at work leave their job because of
February marks the start of LGBT history month; a month-long annual observance of LGBT history and related civil rights movements. Now in its 13th year, this month of celebration and recognition sees hundreds of events up and down the UK. This is also the
Interviews can be nerve-wracking for everyone involved, however as the interviewer it’s up to you to lead the way. Whether you’re new to interviewing, or have years of experience, there are a few tips that will make your interviews straight forward and effective.1.
No matter how far up the management ladder you are, you’ll deal with a range of issues and challenges. This blog is the last of a three part series covering some of the common questions and problems faced during each level of management. You
No matter how far up the management ladder you are, you’ll deal with a range of issues and challenges. This blog is the second of a three part series covering some of the common questions and problems faced during each level of management.