We may have all told a small white lie to our bosses at one point in our careers but, according to new research, women are four times more likely to lie to their employer than men are.
Research reveals that teams which worked together more frequently became more resilient after experiencing failure or patient death. This helped to mitigate the negative effects of failure and provided learning opportunities, to improve future performance.
International relationships help to encourage positive change but new research shows that firms must do more to boost women into senior leadership positions.
According to new research women have been taking care of children and managing chores within the home, and all whilst trying to hold down their professional occupations.
Do large financial incentives help to boost company profits and performance? Given the sums of money involved you would think so, however research from Vlerick Business School shows that offering such financial incentives for CEOs actually has the opposite desired effect in the long-term.
Has Trump’s unethical behaviour and leadership led to his supporters engaging in corrupt acts? New research investigates how the behaviour of leaders might impact the behaviour of employees, for better or worse...
From, Psychotic, Incompetent or Greedy, to Good or even Heroic, “Fiction and the Identity of the Boss” profiles 100 bosses from film and TV, and categorises them under one of 10 different management types to understand how managers construct their identities.