• 03 November 2021

How can middle managers nurture more productive teams?

Harnessing social skills and building a detailed picture of junior reports’ strengths should be top priorities for the middle managers of today – and tomorrow – argues Birgitta Sjöstrand.



  • 20 September 2022

A Foundation for inspiring the doctors of tomorrow.

Inequality of opportunity is preventing entire demographics of schoolchildren from picturing a future in medicine. Leanne Armitage is on a mission to change that.


  • 09 August 2022

Leadership at the Edge; Reimagine Leadership with Dr Jim Hamill

Live Online Event

  • 20 October 2021

Why leaders must rethink the rulebook of productivity.

In the wake of Covid-19, leaders must adopt a bespoke approach to productivity that enables individual staff to be their own HR departments, argues author and coach Sally Helgesen.


  • 18 August 2021

Why employers must be positive about potential when it comes to disability.

To engage the most overlooked talent pool, it’s vital for employers to show that they’re flexible, open minded and driven by positive values, argues Julian John


  • 11 May 2021

Spotlight on Leadership & Engagement in the Construction Industry

A short insight into employee engagement in the construction industry.


  • 15 February 2021

Future Trends in Leadership & Management: Flexible Working

It’s no surprise that, compared to five years ago, flexible working has significantly increased with 80% of people now reporting some flexibility in their role. But latest insights from The Institute of Leadership & Management reveals which groups value this flexibility most and asks whether employers can offer this sought-after benefit to attract the best talent. Flexibility isn’t just for Mums.