Spencer Holmes’ leadership series describes a new approach to the development of managers to meet the current challenges of organisations across all sectors.
In the second instalment from her book 'Empowering People At Work', Nancy Foy examines group motivation and dynamics.
Empowerment is a central tenet current management thinking, but organisations still struggle to make it happen.
People are the key to your firms' success, but how can you spot and cultivate the 'stars' among your staff? Bob Wagner offers some tips.
Accounting firms could face a retention crisis over the next 12 months as increasing numbers of staff jump ship, warns new research.
Management and leadership are not the same thing, and it takes careful consideration to be effective at both, explains Dr Richard Alston in this 2001 classic from the AccountingWEB.co.uk archiv
Stephanie Edwards outlines how to improve your firm's client service by managing your people effectively.
Small business owners who mix business with pleasure face a challenge when it comes to leading their people, according to a new study.
No business owner wants to make redundancies but sometimes it's necessary. Judy Crook explains how to manage the redundancy process fairly and comply with legislation.
The Beatles weren’t a group, they were a team; and this is a distinction all good managers should make when handling their staff, argues David Winch.