Stephen Jones

Stephen is Management Today's reporter, social media editor and unofficial books columnist. Away from the world of business you'll usually find him in a museum or booting balls around a sodden patch of grass. 

 

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How I stopped feeling like a fraud

How I stopped feeling like a fraud

Tips for beating impostor syndrome.

Is unconscious bias training Maoist?

Is unconscious bias training Maoist?

MPs will now have to undergo training, and some are not happy about it.

Are you doing enough to reassure your staff?

Are you doing enough to reassure your staff?

An Edelman survey suggests employees don’t trust their employer to keep them safe.

The first rule of fixing a toxic culture is recognising you have one

The first rule of fixing a toxic culture is recognising you have one

Lessons from the West Suffolk NHS whistleblowing scandal.

How to empower people without being a pushover

How to empower people without being a pushover

The leaders that made me: Autonomy can be a powerful leadership tool when used right, as Just Helpers CEO Antoinette Daniel once discovered.

Does 'being a jerk’ really help your career?

Does 'being a jerk’ really help your career?

Researchers have attempted to measure the relationship between highly disagreeable behaviour and power.

What should you do if an employee refuses to return to work?

What should you do if an employee refuses to return to work?

FAQs: An employment lawyer responds to some common problems when reopening the office.

Rio Tinto: Saying you didn’t know can never be an excuse

Rio Tinto: Saying you didn’t know can never be an excuse

Rio Tinto’s cave-destroying scandal is at best a result of bad corporate communication.

The leadership moments that make all the difference

The leadership moments that make all the difference

The leaders that made me: Zen Internet CEO Paul Stobart recalls a boss whose generosity showed him the difference between managing and leading.

How not to handle redundancies

How not to handle redundancies

It can come back to bite you if you get it wrong.