Leadership

2020 Articles

Grind

Given how busy life in the capital can get, and how hard the people here work, most Londoners must live

January 20, 2020
Bow School

As we embark upon a decade of major change, with a new government racing towards Brexit, we must take a

January 20, 2020
startups

As many of us embark on our new year’s resolutions to eat less and get fit, a good 20 per

January 17, 2020
Central London Viewed From The Shard

Last week, some of the UK’s biggest businesses received a rap on the knuckles, as the Financial Reporting Council (FRC)

January 16, 2020

The average British worker will not be satisfied with their job until they reach the age of 45, according to

January 15, 2020
micromanage

If you’re a manager, knowing when to bite your tongue and say nothing can be tough, especially when you’re watching

January 15, 2020
afh financial

Fintech firms dominate a new list of 32 fastest growing London startups released today, with the companies listing 499 open

January 14, 2020
Simone De Castro, sculptor from Montopoli works on

The job market is intense, both for candidates, who have to stand out among hundreds of competitors, and for businesses,

January 14, 2020

The financial services sector is failing to attract graduate talent amid concerns that the City is “too conservative.” Traditional City institutions

January 14, 2020
Ben & Jerry's

What is the purpose of business? Should companies focus purely on selling their products and making money for their shareholders,

January 13, 2020
Duchess of Sussex

We can all sympathise with Harry and Meghan’s predicament. You take a nice long break over the Christmas period, perhaps

January 13, 2020
BRITAIN-POLITICS-EU-BREXIT

Who’d have thought it? Turns out that marathons are good for you. New research last week revealed that one of

January 13, 2020

Harry and Meghan’s decision to step back as senior royals could see them earn a huge amount of money in

January 12, 2020
bonus

Could bringing back performance-based bonuses help make pay fairer? YES, says Giles Gibbons, chief executive of Good Business, an ethical

January 10, 2020