It’s time to tackle “imposter syndrome”

‘The more we talk about it, the clearer it is that other people face the same challenge’

Why employers need to tackle the wellness crisis

Caring for workplace wellness is more important than some leaders think, and so is the indirect impact it can have on the bottom line

Favouritism at work: what leaders must watch out for

One of the biggest problems with favouritism in the workplace is that managers are often unaware it exists. So how do business leaders tread the fine line between meritocracy and prioritising their favoured employees?

Why more perks won’t guarantee engagement

“We need to make bigger heroes of these type of employers which do treat staff fairly, with dignity and where everyone shares the rewards for hard work”

Working to improve global mental health

There are large disparities in how governments around the world address mental health services, but a number of initiatives are prompting conversations and raising public awareness

How ingrained bias is harming female healthcare

How unbalanced participation in clinical trials and a basic misunderstanding of women’s health needs have resulted in unequal levels of public care

Integrated care is the future, says NHS England chair

Lord Prior, NHS England chairman

Chair of NHS England Lord Prior tells of his determination to transform the health service as a power for good in an increasingly ailing society

Culture is key to avoiding reputational risk

Chief executives must be flag bearers of brand reputation in the face of potentially damaging cultural risks