management development

  • 9 Sep 19
    In an increasingly ‘fake believe’ world, truth is power, and organisations need to find a way to connect to the unauthorised version of reality if they are to thrive. But speaking truth to power can...
  • 4 Jul 19
    In uncertain times, one of the few certainties is that leaders are going to need to be agile. Traditional training models may no longer be the best fit but there are ways to prepare for the unknown....
  • 11 Jun 19
    Managers have a vital role to play in promoting day-to-day health and wellbeing at work and supporting a cultural shift that will benefit both individuals and the organisation, writes CIPFA’s...
  • Embedding Ethics illustration Natalie Wood
    13 May 19
    As austerity measures, commercialisation and rapid change force local government into difficult decisions, a strong code of conduct becomes ever more important, CIPFA’s Kim Woods writes. 
  • 3 Apr 19
    When you want to take the next step, it pays to stop and think about personal changes you could make that might help your progression. Hult International Business School’s Viki Holton gives advice....
  • Team Engagement Natalie Wood
    5 Feb 19
    Each year, disengaged workers cost the UK economy up to £60bn, and there is a correlation with performance. Ashridge Business School’s Dr Amy Armstrong looks at how to get your team all moving in the...
  • Stretch and Strain Goals
    15 Nov 18
    Managers need to set goals that give team members opportunity to grow without over-burdening them, but this can often be a complicated balance to strike, says consultant Thomas Sullivan. 
  • 9 Jul 18
    A handful of simple guidelines can take the pain out of preparing and implementing the most wide-ranging transformation programme.
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