Leadership Update – Febuary 2023

Leadership Update – Febuary 2023

Diversity, equity & inclusion Our first Leadership Update of the year focuses on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) from a ‘what does this mean for leaders’ perspective. We asked our research and data analytics lead Juliet Hammond and Head of EMEA, Mark...
5 key takeaways on the state of hybrid working today

5 key takeaways on the state of hybrid working today

Making hybrid work for your organisation – Findings from LIW-LSE research into hybrid team performance drivers. Hybrid is here to stay and in 2023 businesses will be turning to L&D and OD to lead the transformation in the way organisations get their work...
Leadership Update – December 2022

Leadership Update – December 2022

Relationships first, always  As the calendar turns to December and the march to the end of 2022 gathers pace, the final Leadership Update of the year is dedicated to our workplace relationships and the conversations that sustain and nurture them.   Because while the...
Leadership Update – December 2022

Leadership Update – November 2022

Hybrid working   The November 2022 leadership update is dedicated to hybrid working. Andy (in Melbourne) and Juliet (in Yorkshire) draw on LIW’s experience of hybrid and remote working with its 150 clients, near on 100 employees and associates spread across 20...
Leadership Update – December 2022

Leadership Update – October 2022

In this month’s Leadership Update, we lean into ongoing headlines about the great resignation, the challenges of hybrid working and quiet quitting. We agree with a lot of what’s written, but we also see good reason to feel optimistic, viewing this period as an...
Leadership News and Research Update – August 2022

Leadership News and Research Update – August 2022

As Europe endures a heat wave, employers are feeling the heat too with the Great Resignation continuing to shift control to employees. In response, companies are looking for new ways to attract and keep staff. This is producing a new wave of ideas and lateral thinking...