Millennial management: how they lead and want to be led

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As the millennial workforce grows and individuals rise through the leadership ranks, understanding how these employees want to be managed, and how they manage others, remains a struggle for companies confined to traditional ways of working

Five ways to be a better leader in 2019

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As workforces and their needs evolve, managers must adapt to ensure they have the right leadership characteristics to maximise productivity and performance. Five experts in people management have shared their views on what it takes to be a better leader in a modern-day business

Six lifelines for struggling dental practices

Simple, forward-thinking initiatives, from offering new services to increasing patient loyalty, may be all that’s needed to save dental practices’ bottom line

Productivity secrets: better leaders and working smarter

Addressing the UK’s productivity puzzle is a matter of improving management by engaging, empowering and motivating employees

Flat structure vs hierarchy: does either work?

Experiments in scrapping command-and-control management structures have not always been a success, so is there another way of empowering staff?

Five potential exit strategies for your business

For business owners devising an exit strategy, there are a number of options, public or private. Here are five scenarios

Great middle managers need emotional intelligence

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They are often lambasted as figures of fun, but middle managers can hold the key to success

Senior management gap left by retiring baby-boomers

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As the baby-boomer generation retires, younger high fliers must be identified and their potential developed to fill senior management positions