Personal Development

Get practical advice and insider tips on the skills, decisions and strategies you need to get ahead.

How to know when it's time to leave your job

It's time we celebrated quitting.


Listen up workaholics, you're not just harming yourselves

Workaholism is a lifestyle choice and does neither you, nor your organisation, any good.

CEO classroom

Yes - even your CEO could benefit from getting back in the classroom ...

Founders and senior leaders need to shift their mindset to working ‘on’ as opposed to...

Xenophon Getty

Management Thinkers: Why Xenophon still matters

“The earliest extant management consultant” and the author of the first systematic book on leadership...

Mountain climber

What wellness trends miss about the grit of top business leaders

The expectations of today’s workforce mean that a focus on hard work should be balanced...


Nostalgia risks undermining the performance of ex-entrepreneur employees

Former entrepreneurs and prospective employers are underestimating the clash of cultures and norms that accompanies...

pwc survey

Half of CEOs believe their business will fail in 10 years without reinvention, ...

CEOs are under pressure to make significant changes to ensure their organisations’ longevity.

Nik Govier

Nik Govier: "Sometimes failure is the making of you"

Nik Govier, founder and CEO of Blurred, walked away from her first business venture. She...

Glassdoor UK

Glassdoor reveals the Best Places to Work in 2024

A winner returns to Glassdoor’s latest UK list.

moral support

A pat on the back goes a long way, finds new research

A research study among professional footballers finds that moral support enhances performance.

Dr Chris Dalton

Are you setting yourself up for disappointment?

Henley Business School professor and Management Today's Classroom lead, Dr Chris Dalton, urges leaders to...

Deadline approaching: Management Today’s 35 Women Under 35

Get your entries in now before the early bird deadline closes today (15th February).