The Return to Office: The Mismatch between Employer Demands and Worker Preferences

the return to office

The Covid pandemic led to a significant shift in the work landscape, with remote work becoming the most sought-after job perk. Employers offered remote work options to attract and retain talent, and many implemented hybrid-working policies. Studies show that employees value flexible work arrangements for reduced burnout and improved work-life balance while companies believe that…

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More Human than Ever Before – The Changing Role of the CEO

The changing role of the CEO

From the moment that a Chief Executive Officer accepts the role, they are taking on the most visible position within the company. The CEO is often the public face of a business as well as having the attendant responsibilities to everyone involved in the company, from the workforce through to the stakeholders. Developing the CEO…

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Just Shake it off and Carry On – Impostor Syndrome and C-Suite Execs

Impostor Syndrome

There is a unique expectation of C-level management. Executives at board level are expected to not only make decisions but make them without the safety net afforded to others. Decisive action is part of the job but does this mean imposter syndrome is not a problem for C-suite execs? Getting the imposter in context Imposter…

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