Accepting negative feedback is not easy, but there are things we can do to change our mindsets and focus on the positives. Jessica Capper looks at how feedback can be dealt with effectively.
The Phenomenon of ‘Fake News’
‘Fake news’ can make it difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. What is ‘fake news’ and how can we identify it?
Producing an Executive Summary
An executive summary is an important part of a document. It is used to summarise often much longer reports, for a variety of purposes. So what should an executive summary contain and how should it be structured?
Identifying Your Company
A company registration number (CRN) is the sole consistent form of identification that a company has. Here’s a quick reminder of what you need to do to make sure your company is identified appropriately.
Unmasking the Imposter
Imposter Syndrome is something which about 70% of us experience at some point during our working lives. It is a very common phenomenon, which can be caused by self-doubt and insecurity. Jessica Capper explores how to deal with Imposter Syndrome.
Finding the Perfect Balance
It can be hard to achieve the perfect work-life balance. However, there are steps we can take to prioritise what matters to us and balance our professional and personal lives successfully.
Handling Questions in Presentations
Presentations can be daunting – and handling questions can make it even harder. Nathan Matthews looks at how to handle questions and make presentations a success.
Automating your own job – is it good or bad?
Job automation is already part of the world of work. But is it a good thing or a bad thing? Tom Wood explores the practical impact on the workplace.
Mental Health and Wellbeing at Work
With a quarter of people experiencing mental ill-health each year and up to one in six people in work suffering with conditions such as depression, anxiety or stress-related issues, it's important to take wellbeing at work seriously.