Female and younger leaders more susceptible to imposter syndrome

More than a third (36%) of leaders experience frequent or high levels of 'impostor feeling' (IF), according to Heriot-Watt University and the School for CEOs research

HR future leader of the month: Opemipo Koshemani

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


The end of the road for sponsorship programmes

Sponsorship programmes may be impeding rather than boosting diversity, according to CIPD research

Lessons from the C-suite: Craig Sams

My biggest mistake has been always investing more time in my latest great idea and not enough in consolidating earlier achievements

Men and women are great leaders at different ages

There is still a lingering (yet false) assumption among some that men make better leaders

Employees feel they don't need managers' help

Creating collaborative cultures could help overcome difficulties in the employee-manager relationship

Bundles of energy in HR at BP

The oil and gas giant’s group HRD has a very clear idea of how HR can help the business transform and be fit for the future. Technology, young people and reverse mentoring will all play a part

Michael Watkins: Transitioning is a core leadership skill

There are eight common transition challenges that most leaders encounter in their professional lifetime

The face of HR influence

This year has been an uncertain one, so all the more reason to celebrate those guiding the HR profession through the turbulence

Vlatka Hlupic: New leadership needed in the fourth Industrial Revolution

At a Global Peter Drucker Forum 2019 pre-event Hlupic shared how leaders and organisations can make the shift to become more human

How to transform dysfunctional teams

Team members need a psychologically-safe environment and an agreed shared set of values

Corporate governance and exec remuneration at Thomas Cook

Questions need to be asked about whether board members had the best interests of the company at heart