• 27 February 2020

What should leaders learn from the rise of ‘vegetarian companies’?

A Manchester property firm has said that it will no longer reimburse company expenses related to meat products. What does the emergence of such policies mean for leaders?



  • 28 January 2021

Are job interviews inherently inauthentic – and if so, how must they change?

Job interviews are festooned with lies, according to a column at The Wall Street Journal, with both sides more interested in selling something than being honest and truthful.


  • 21 January 2021

What does global trust report reveal about the power of integrity?

Business has overtaken government as the world’s most trusted institution, according to the latest Edelman Trust Barometer. What message should leaders take away from the report?


  • 07 January 2021

What does AstraZeneca’s Oxford team-up reveal about values?

AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot has won acclaim for his firm’s decision to distribute Oxford University’s Covid-19 vaccine. What can leaders learn from the motivation behind his move?


  • 02 November 2020

Should employers make their Covid redundancy plans transparent?

A new #FairRedundancy pledge is urging UK organisations to declare the demographic splits of their Covid-related layoffs. Should employers throw their weight behind the scheme?


  • 15 July 2020

Life after lockdown: the future of work

Research from The Institute of Leadership & Management ‘Life after lockdown: future of work’, explores the changes to the workplace following the Covid-19 outbreak.


  • 06 July 2020

Why the late payments scourge cuts even deeper in the pandemic

Covid-19 is wreaking havoc on large firms’ payments to their smaller suppliers. As the pandemic goes on, what sort of damage are delayed payments causing to the value chain?