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Every good manager knows that people are their most valuable resource. In these articles we show you how to manage effectively to get great things from the people you manage. We'll tell you how to create powerful teams, nurture talent and prevent conflict. All our articles contain the best new business thinking from around the world.

Fill critical roles with top talent

How to link your best people to the value they create.

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A high-tech approach to talent

New solutions to attract and manage talented employees.

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Build a culture of respect in your organisation

Help staff become the best possible versions of themselves.

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Help your employees find their greater purpose

For improved engagement and financial performance.

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Stop over-collaborating before you burn out

Create an effective strategy against overload.

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Seven ways to manage procrastinators

How to keep dawdlers on their toes.

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Restructure without breaking your firm

How to bring about thoughtful workforce change.

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Talent managing dual-career couples

A new strategy to help you hang on to your best leaders.

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The truth about women in the workforce

Debunking the myths that fuel gender inequality.

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How to do office politics

It's about being savvy and skilful, rather than scheming.

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Fairer performance management

Three ways to make staff assessment more equitable.

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Which type of manager are you?

And is there a more effective management approach?

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How to be a talent-focused CEO

You'll supercharge innovation and drive value.

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Why HR needs to become more agile

Six reasons to move away from old-school talent practices.

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Help your staff get motivated again

Three ways to improve their work satisfaction.

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Choose the right culture for your company

How to map your organisational culture and improve it.

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Five principles for hiring talent the Netflix way

How to find the best people to grow your business.

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Using dynamic work design

You can have both efficiency and flexibility – if you know how.

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Gain competitive advantage with a neurodiverse team

Broaden your definition of talent for gains in productivity and innovation.

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Get the most from social tools

Don’t just jump on the bandwagon. Avoid these traps and make social tools work for your firm.

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How to grow your own leaders

Assess future potential – not just current competencies – to develop your next generation of leaders.

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How CEOs can compete through human resources

When human resources steps out of its traditional silo and embraces a strategic role the rewards can be significant.

Take these steps to move towards the next generation of HR.

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Future-proof your firm with a skills inventory

Understanding the skills you can draw on within your teams is crucial knowledge.

Start tracking the abilities of your current employees to avoid a skills-gap crisis in the future.

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Tried and tested ways to pick a winning team

Forming the best possible management team is a universal preoccupation for leaders. 

Here's how to bring together the right executives to work on a common vision.

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