Five steps to personal resilience
Based on our research, Dan Lucy writes that only by learning to adapt to looking after their own resilience will leaders be in a position to help others through change
Long working hours aren’t translating into productivity
15 May 2015
Roffey Park’s report on the management agenda for Singapore has found employees working longer hours, without all that time translating into any real value.
Workaholic woes: More than 1 in 2 Singaporeans felt increased stress over past 6 years
15 May 2015
Our Singapore Management Agenda findings feature in Singapore Business Review
Leadership in a digital age - what needs to change?
1 June 2015
Steve Hearsum explains in Personnel Today that organisations need to rethink the leadership capabilities in their organisation to be able to take advantage of the digital age.
Managing talent in a tough industry
2 June 2015
An interview in Business Times with one of our organisational case studies featured in our Talent and Productivity in Singaporean SMEs research
Organisations are at risk because of digital delusion
8 June 2015
Steve Hearsum explores digital delusion in HR Magazine
The Middle Way
7 May 2015
Steve Hearsum writes in Hays Journal that middle managers value open and honest conversations with it comes to redesigning organisations.
Winners of HR magazine and Roffey Park research competition announced
12 May 2015
The winners of the HR magazine and Roffey Park research competition have been announced. The competition gave practitioners and academics working in the fields of leadership, organisational development, and strategic HR the opportunity to get their work published and win a cash prize.
Our winner, Stuart Pritchard, pictured receiving his prize with Andy Smith
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