In a recent survey of HR decision makers in UK organisations with more 250 employees, 92% said they run leadership programmes for current leaders.
However, just 1 in 6 participants said they have a strategy to develop future leaders and 7 in 10 accept that they must do more to identify and invest in the next generation of leadership talent from within their organisation.
While International Women’s Day generated more headlines, we are now at the end of what is also National Apprenticeship Week. This annual event aims to improve public and employers’ understanding of this increasingly popular ‘alternative’ route into working life.
It has been in force for almost a year, but new research suggests that almost 2 in 3 managers haven’t even heard of the UK Apprenticeship Levy and 9 in 10 are not using it to its full potential.
Lancaster University Management School, a strategic partner of MSB, has scooped first place in the Financial Times Global MBA rankings.
The annual Investors In People 'Job Exodus Survey' has revealed that 47% of UK employees plan to move jobs at some point this year. Almost 20% of those who responded to the survey are already taking steps to find a new role.
A new survey of 200 SME owners, directors and managers has revealed concerns about the lack of adequate management training in UK businesses.
New research published by the CIPD shows that line managers can improve the performance of their teams by focusing on building their strengths rather than trying to fix their weaknesses.
The stereotype of Swedish leadership (sometimes called the ‘Lagom Way’) is that it is based entirely on consensus and non-hierarchical decision-making. Some advocates call it democratic, whilst others view it as a recipe for chaos driven by a fear of conflict.
In a recent article for the magazine of Lancaster University Management School, Fifty Four Degrees, Professor Sir Cary Cooper examines what ‘wacky’ job titles mean for employers and employees.