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Napping at work could help you be more productive

Napping at work could help you be more productive

A new study extols the virtue of midday power naps for perking up the tetchy worker.

 

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Smoke & Mirrors: A royal visit

Smoke & Mirrors: A royal visit

03 July 2015

When a princess arrives for work experience, the comms chief starts a hacking scandal.

 
 
Get ahead in your career with some self-promotion

Get ahead in your career with some self-promotion

03 July 2015

The secret of being successful at work is to be calculating, according to the book Power: Why Some People Have It - and Others Don't.

 
 
Power part-timers - part two

Power part-timers - part two

02 July 2015

In our second article showcasing some of the UK's most impressive flexible execs, we meet three more inspirations from 2014. Nominate someone for 2015's Power Part Time 50 today!

 
 
How to be a better leader

How to be a better leader

02 July 2015

Seven simple ways to maximise your leadership potential.

 
 
Why good bosses go bad

Why good bosses go bad

01 July 2015

The dictator, the narcissist, the plain old corrupt - this whistle-stop tour of where leaders go wrong makes a rollercoaster read, says Rebecca Alexander.

 
 
One of my recruits has become a shirker: what can I do?

One of my recruits has become a shirker: what can I do?

01 July 2015

Don't let this drag on - begin a formal process of potential dismissal, says Jeremy Bullmore.

 
 
Leadership lessons from Sepp Blatter

Leadership lessons from Sepp Blatter

30 June 2015

The former FIFA boss's downfall shows us that power can corrupt - and you'll eventually be found out.

 
 
easyJet's Carolyn McCall: 'Being introduced as a female FTSE CEO bothers me'

easyJet's Carolyn McCall: 'Being introduced as a female FTSE CEO bothers me'

26 June 2015

The budget airline boss thinks quotas are 'counter-productive', but PLCs should cast the net wider when hiring female directors.

 
 


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