If you can’t afford to spend so long dreaming up plans for world domination, business podcasts are a great help. They can be enjoyed while you’re on a break or on the move, which is particularly handy for the 3.7 million UK workers who spend at least two hours a day commuting. To ensure you get the most out of your idea exploration, we’ve listed our five favourite business podcasts and why they’re worth your time.
The way in which companies work in Denmark has long been different to many other businesses around the world, and it consistently ranks highly as a country with some of the happiest employees. Yet what exactly is the Danish lifestyle? And how can you use it to transform your business into a happy and productive workplace? We explored some of the key elements to find out more.
Businesses, and the world around them, are constantly changing, and it’s important that employees adapt alongside this. It’s never been more crucial to have a development plan in place – not only for the continued learning and improvement of your staff’s skills, but for the continued success of the business.
The need for growth features prominently in almost every theory on motivation and engagement. Yet, research from Monika Hamori, Jie Cao and Burak Koyuncu into the career priorities of young high-achievers, illustrates a serious gap between their career development expectations, and those of their employers.