Professional Development

  • Overcoming cognitive bias for greater innovation by Contributor

    It can be somewhat confronting to realize that despite having what we think is an open mind, our biases both conscious and subconscious influence all our thoughts and decisions – here are ways to overcome it

  • How to create adaptive leaders by Contributor

    Leadership, context, and change are inseparable. As the context changes, so, too, does leadership

  • Making innovation practical by Contributor

    Dr. Amantha Imber, author of The Innovation Formula, presents a ‘no-fluff guide’ to getting you and your team thinking outside the box

  • Face time—a relic from the past? by Contributor

    In the fourth industrial revolution – the era we are living in – leading successfully across generations and styles is vital to creating successful companies

  • How to ensure your business has the right meeting rhythm by Contributor

    The key to great management, whether your staff are local or overseas, virtual or in your workplace, is regular communication and a good meeting rhythm

  • Excelling as a woman in business by Contributor

    Being a woman in business still brings with it a particular set of challenges, but there are some easily implemented, practical solutions, writes management specialist Karen Gately

  • Why culture is key by Contributor

    In today’s M&A-heavy insurance industry, culture is a crucial element of smooth acquisitions, writes Jay Brown

  • Why good leadership is the art of asking the right questions by Contributor

    In today’s frantic paced world, there’s often an expectation that leaders need to have answers at their fingertips, and that’s it’s not OK to say “I don’t know” or “I’m not sure”