The reason why most projects and initiatives fail is down to people. Hard skills are valued over soft but a balance is needed between the two.
Most managers I work with tend to focus on Maslow when thinking of motivating staff. There are some other great theories out there and this post covers them.
Teams are the lifeblood of an organisational. How a team performs can affect the wider organisation. It’s important that team leaders understand the key aspects of high performing teams in order to improve effectiveness.
Being okay with failure is just one aspect of creativity. This post provides advice on this and other factors, to help leaders create the right conditions for team creativity.
When organisations are cutting staff but not the work, it’s no surprise that people and teams are getting more stressed. This post gives managers advice on the signs to look for and what to do about it.
Most of us spend more time with our work colleagues than we do with our friends and families. For those working full-time, that’s eight hours