Are some employee groups being left out through diversity efforts? A recent article in the Harvard Business Review would suggest that the drive to promote equality could be generating feelings of inequality, particularly for white males.
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How effective are merit-based reward and recognition processes in ensuring employees are treated equally? Could they be increasing – rather than decreasing – demographic biases? If so, what is the solution?
How important is a good night’s sleep to performance at work? New research suggests sleep is critical – not only for the wellbeing of staff, but also for developing and sustaining high performing, inspirational and charismatic leadership.
Gender inequality persists in our community. This includes women’s representation in senior leadership positions, such as boards. The case for change is as much about improving business performance as it is about gender equality. Put simply, boards perform better when they include the best people with a diverse range of perspectives and approaches.
For leaders making complex decisions, cognitive depletion is a real problem