In extreme times like this, when the chips are down, you will really see what a company’s senior management are made of.
Doreen Yarnold offers help and advice to workplace managers and leaders left wondering how to tackle the fallout from the coronavirus
Leading Results director Anita Douglas says feedback and reviews don’t need to be horror shows for either party…if they are done well.
Financial investment and development in your people is never a cost, as a business, if it is considered and planned in the right way.
Director Anita Douglas explains some practical techniques to help build up resilience in the workplace and guide you through some difficult situations that you may be faced with.
No matter how successful a leader is, they will have done well to get through a career without encountering some serious challenges. Doreen Yarnold offers some areas of focus when those times arise.
Any type of major, unexpected change can throw an organisation completely off course. But as Anita Douglas explains, making time to plan for the unknown, can make testing times a lot easier for everyone involved.
Leading Results director Anita Douglas examines whether today’s business leaders need to earn their stripes – or whether they can just jump-in and fight for them.
In the first of our ‘Spotlight’ Series, we look at inclusion in the workplace and, in this particular example, how ‘workplace adjustments’ can help people with autism – and their colleagues – have a mutual understanding of each other’s needs.
Anita Douglas offers advice on how managers can truly understand and support those members of their team who may be suffering from mental health issues – and what signs to look out for in the first place.