Overcoming cognitive bias for greater innovation
What stops us from being innovative includes failing to recognise the importance of creating the right environment
Why having thousands of followers doesn’t make you a good networker
How many contacts have you got right now on LinkedIn? How many friends on Facebook? Do you find yourself simply clicking ‘yes’ or ‘no’ indiscriminately out of habit, not really sure how someone really does know you?
How leaders can create a culture where innovation thrives
Does your company have a culture in which innovation thrives?
You don’t have to be a transformational leader
You can’t scroll through a leadership blog without coming across the term ‘transformational’. But is that kind of management all it’s cracked up to be?
How to ensure your business has the right meeting rhythm
The key to great management, whether your staff are local or overseas, virtual or in your workplace, is regular communication and a good meeting rhythm
Effective leadership isn’t a solo pursuit
Being an effective leader amid complex and rapid change isn't easy, but here's how you can succeed
Why customer service should be top of your priorities
Insurers need to retain customers to make money - despite challenges from regulation - says insurance head
Employee loyalty isn’t dead, it just looks different
That's the claim from one Silicon Valley CEO, who says some organisations are looking at employee loyalty the wrong way
Excelling as a woman in business
Being a woman in business still brings with it a particular set of challenges, but there are some easily implemented, practical solutions, writes management specialist Karen Gately
Why branding strategies fail
Far too often a company’s shiny new branding strategy fails to live up to hopes and expectations. Jean-Luc Ambrosi explains the common reasons for failure, and what companies can do to get their branding strategies right