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The moral dilemma - what to do when making difficult decisions as a leader

In an increasingly polarised world dominated by ‘mega threats’, here are four ways leaders can avoid an angry workforce.

“My high-performance habit? To quiet the voice in my head telling me I can’t do things”

5 Minutes With… Cerys Johnson, CEO of REPL Group (Accenture).

What to look for in negative Glassdoor reviews

New Zealand-based toy company Zuru claims that reviews on the site calling it a “burnout factory” with “incompetent” leaders are false and have caused a loss in company “time, money and resources”.

Old is gold: Why the creative industry shouldn’t overlook the over-50s

Nicky Bullard, chief creative officer at MullenLowe Group, talks to Management Today about her mission to end industry and consumer ageism.

Meet the CEO who fired herself

When Sam White saw herself as an obstacle in her own company, she brought in someone else to replace her.

Why entrepreneurs should celebrate their wins

From team morale to burnout, here are four reasons why it's time founders start celebrating success.

Profile of a CEO (part 2)

MT takes you behind the scenes to see what makes a CEO, from their academic beginnings to their average total earnings

Delivering rewards and recognition to a borderless workforce

With greater workforce decentralisation, business leaders must focus on updating their people strategy. Perkbox’s new Global Rewards tool is a HR game changer when it comes to creating a positive workplace culture – no matter where your employees are based.

Dame Stephanie Shirley: "No-one can progress in business without public speaking skills"

The eminent tech pioneer turned venture philanthropist Dame Stephanie Shirley considers herself a professional speech-maker. But it wasn't always that way. Here's here advice to leaders to become a brilliant orator.

Why one CEO banned the word “staff” from her company

Founder and CEO of Vet Partners Jo Malone, discusses her leadership style and how it got her to the top of Glassdoor’s Best Companies for Senior Leadership

Is your employee about to “ghost” their job? Here are the telltale signs

Employee are no longer hiding their dissatisfaction with their jobs and are simply disappearing from the workforce

Should you give your staff a one-off "cost of living" bonus?

HSBC and Virgin Money are giving staff a one-off payment to help with the cost-of-living crisis. But with no end to the recession in sight, perhaps businesses should look at longer-term solutions to financial wellbeing.

“Most important advice I’d give my successor? Risk more and risk earlier”

5 Minutes With… Lucy Litwack, owner and CEO of Coco de Mer.

FTSE 100 race to meet net zero emissions by 2050 - but is it all that easy?

There is evidence of climate change all around us and businesses are pledging to become ‘net zero’. But do businesses have a strong enough understanding of what that involves?

Why leaders need an outsider mentality to solve tricky problems

The answers to most business problems are simple and hiding in plain sight. But to find them, leaders need to take a step back.

Profile of a CEO (Part 1)

MT takes you behind the scenes to see what makes a CEO, from their academic beginnings to their average total earnings

The 3 leadership lessons from Sarina Wiegman and England’s Lionesses

On Sunday, England beat Germany 2-1 to secure the country's first major football trophy for 56 years. What can leaders learn from their triumph and manager Sarina Wiegman's approach?

MT Asks: Should business shut for 2 weeks in August?

We all expect a mandatory shut down during the festive season - why not have one during the summer?

Is Iceland Europe's answer to Silicon Valley?

Business Iceland has launched Science City in a bid to attract a cluster of fast-growing tech start-ups to its capital Reykjavik. Will it work? MT investigates.

‘Do as I say, not as I do’ - the harmful effects of not taking annual leave

Leaders are being urged to encourage their employees to take annual leave to help reduce the risk of burnout

Are you guilty of 'aggressive mansplaining'?

Rishi Sunak was recently accused of “aggressive mansplaining”. Here’s the best course of action for leaders who experience it, witness it or are the culprit.

I met a different Gen Z entrepreneur daily - here's what I learnt

Robert Wigley, the chairman of UK Finance, met over 200 Gen Z entrepreneurs. He believes we are in the midst of a distraction crisis.

"I was advised to lead with fear or be more masculine - I didn't listen"

5 Minutes With… Katy Wigdahl, CEO of Speechmatics.

Are tailored wellbeing measures the key to employee productivity?

Blanket wellness policies are a crude tool. Leaders should tailor their approach to boost productivity.

“This advice from my former boss, Annie Young-Scrivner, stuck with me”

Looking back, there was one piece of advice that has stuck with Taco Bell’s boss, Julie Felss Masino.

"Constantly poke the bear" - why Vapiano's boss shifted strategy and hasn't looked back

After almost two decades, the pizza-pasta chain's MD made a radical change to its business model - and is not looking back.

What does a leader actually do?

Why understanding the specific demands of the top job are key to being more than just a glorified manager. This exclusive insight is taken from MT's Leadership Learning education programme.

How one founder launched a global talent agency from his teenage bedroom

Andy Varley, founder and CEO of talent agency Insanity Group, talks to MT about his journey from teenage band manager to founder of a global talent agency

Jayne-Anne Gadhia: “My concern was becoming irrelevant”

Jayne-Anne Gadhia was the CEO of Virgin Money for almost 25 years. But after leading the company through its £1.7bn acquisition by Clydesdale Bank, she had to work out what came next for her career.

7 ways to prevent brand stagnation in the "age of intelligence"

If you are not actively evolving your brand, it's at risk of stagnation in the new world. Here's what to do.