September. That ‘back to school’ feeling. A time for taking stock and making plans. And perhaps now more than ever.
In one breath, we encourage leaders to be authentic: show ‘the real you’, we say. In the next, we imply that leaders should be able to call on every leadership style and be all things to all people.
The interaction changed significantly because of the diversity we put in place. The team dynamics increased, there was more listening to each other and more ideas were implemented.
We've been WFH for a while now. We may have the tech in place and feel we know what we're doing, but managing virtual working is much more than Zoom meetings. The language of Belbin can help.
We’ve been reading a lot about what remote working means for teams and leaders, but what does it mean for you, sitting at your desk (or on your sofa!) wondering what happens now?
Did you conjure an image of a mighty leader draped in finery, sitting high on a throne, towering over his subjects or a chairman sitting at the head of a long table, barking orders and gesturing…
We spent a morning with the healthy ice-cream start-up Oppo. We spoke with the founders Harry and Charlie Thuillier to get their views on why they saw a need to use Belbin.
Did you know that more than a quarter of us (29%) feel undervalued in our current role? It turns out that, in many cases, the simple act of a manager taking the opportunity to say ‘thank you’...
People don’t leave organisations, they leave managers, right? Wrong. That’s according to Culture Amp, who have conducted a literature review to dispute the findings of data giants, Gallup.