Where have all the adults gone?

29th November 2014 | Employee Engagement

A version of this post originally appear on Changeboard. How do millennials differ? There’s a growing interest in tomorrow’s future…

Why your employee engagement model will never work

1st November 2014 | Employee Engagement

A version of this post originally appear on Changeboard. How useful is your employee engagement model? Employee engagement is a…

Building trust from the inside out

8th September 2014 | Employee Engagement

We’re experiencing a defining moment in communications and ‘engagement’ – with companies realising that the best way of building trust…

A fitting analogy for employee research

15th July 2013 | Employee Engagement

When conversation turns to the attraction of London (as opposed to the grumbles) it’s often music, culture, and history that’s…

The leadership challenges for Mark Carney

1st July 2013 | Leadership

Each morning, I walk past the “Old Lady Of Threadneedle Street” to our offices just next to the Bank of…

Replacing great leaders

14th May 2013 | Employee Engagement

The news that Sir Alex Ferguson will be retiring at the end of the season was greeted by surprise, but…

Mind the (engagement strategy) gap

3rd May 2013 | Employee Engagement

Do you have an employee engagement strategy? If the answer is “no”, you have some serious thinking to do. When…

The FT’s Lucy Kellaway has bumbled into a wasps’ nest…

30th April 2013 | Employee Engagement

Normally, I love Lucy Kellaway’s writing in the FT: pithy, perceptive and unfailingly astute when it comes to management issues.…

Valuable leadership lessons from the Thatcher era

9th April 2013 | Leadership

Rarely has the death of a politician created such a polarised reaction. In the immediate few hours since Margaret Thatcher…