MT September 2009: in the issue

The BBC's Mark Thompson; declining trust; HSBC's Michael Geoghagan; managing clever people.

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

In the magazine this month:

The MT Interview: The BBC's Mark Thompson

With the BBC under threat of break-up, is the broadcaster's current director-general the right man to save it?
 
Do you trust your boss?
A third of employess no longer trust their boss, according to our exclusive MT/ILM poll...

Michael Geoghegan on how HSBC beat the crash
The low-profile HSBC boss talks exclusively to MT about how his bank survived the financial crisis.

9 ways to harness the special talents of clever people
Very smart people add immense value, but can be hard to handle. Here's how to get the best out of them.

How to be a good boss in bad times
When the going gets tough, the best leaders make like Harry at Agincourt, winning employees' hearts...

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