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HR happiness at risk because career development is lacking

The happiness of HR professionals is being compromised by a lack of career development, according to new research from The Happiness Index

Lead as the catalyst for creativity, not the commander-in-chief

A co-active approach to leadership can significantly enhance staff development and free up your time and energy

Age is just a number – it’s the foundation building that matters

A foundation of attitude, confidence, competence and knowledge will ensure you're judged on your abilities rather than on age or length of service

Top tips on knowing when to stop

In a series of wellbeing columns Karen Beaven offers advice to others in HR

HR future leader of the month: Faisal Musa

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the industry to discover what makes them tick

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BBC group HRD: HR's opportunity to influence never greater

At the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition HRD panellists spoke on good work, the HR skillset and leadership for long-term organisational health

What story are you telling about yourself?

In a series of wellbeing columns Karen Beaven offers advice to others in HR

HR future leader of the month: Opemipo Koshemani

HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the industry to discover what makes them tick

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HR must remember its purpose to avoid burnout

At the UNLEASH World conference a panel of HR professionals shared tips for maintaining wellbeing in a challenging role

HR is the "lever" in today's knowledge economy

HR magazine's Most Influential Thinker of 2019, Amy Edmondson, spoke at the annual HR Most Influential rankings unveiling

HR must "work together as a community"

HR magazine's second Most Influential Practitioner of 2019, Sally Austin, spoke at the annual HR Most Influential rankings unveiling

Finding a 'career with heart'

Successful careers require focus on a balanced life

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