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    Three quarters of businesses ‘don’t have the skills to succeed’ in a post pandemic world

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    A new study into the concerns business leaders in the UK currently hold in relation to a post-pandemic world, has highlighted that a staggering 73% of businesses don’t believe they have the skills needed to succeed. The research has shown that communication skills are where the gaps lie with 50% of business professionals picking up […]

    What dishonesty does to the brain and why it’s bad for business

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    By Dr Lynda Shaw (pictured), neuroscientist, business psychologist and change specialist Dishonesty in the workplace varies from lying, misuse of company time or expenses, stealing, fraud, claiming sick pay when not sick, taking leave without permission or giving untruthful information when applying for a job to name but a few.  Dishonesty tarnishes relationships, compromises finances, […]

    The challenges CEOs (and their teams) are facing right now

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    By Thom Dennis (pictured), CEO at Serenity in Leadership The challenges facing CEOs right now are mounting. Many businesses have had to stop, start, reassess and reconfigure in the last year as we went through lockdowns, Brexit and unprecedented global health instability, with countless employees having faced isolation, burnout and anxiety. In the UK we are beginning to endure a third […]

    13 million ‘inadequately managed’ while working remotely during pandemic

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    New research from Office Furniture Online has found that three in four UK employees who have worked from home for the majority of the last 12 months (77%) experienced some sort of managerial problem. Meanwhile, over a quarter (26%) of people feel as though their mental health hasn’t been considered while working from home. The […]

    The lessons all businesses should have learnt during the pandemic

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    Over a year on from the start of the pandemic and as lockdown is slowly lifted, many changes in the way we operate business are most likely here to stay. But what lessons do we need to ensure we have truly learnt from the pandemic? Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership, looks at what […]

    Study Reveals Top 5 Leadership Traits UK Workers Value – and 5 That Cause Most Harm

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    2020 undoubtedly had a significant impact on work culture in the UK. As the national focus shifted rapidly to fight the pandemic, new measures and ways of working came in to force quite literally overnight. In circumstances such as these, strong leadership can be invaluable. But what are the traits that people look for in […]

    Top 10 attributes every great business leader needs in 2021

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    By Thom Dennis (pictured), CEO at Serenity in Leadership Successful business leaders may previously have been visionaries of their brand, expert decision makers with a growth mindset and possessed extraordinary levels of energy, but the qualities needed to be a good leader in 2021 have changed vastly due to the seismic pressures of the ongoing […]

    New virtual programmes designed to help business professionals lead, inspire and connect

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    RADA Business, is continuing to expand its virtual performance training by launching three brand new programmes, whilst having already moved another six online to keep up with demand. This announcement comes as many leaders continue to face significant challenges, communicating and managing their teams through uncertain times, remotely. The virtual programmes have each been designed […]

    Covid-19 recovery tips for 2021

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    By Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity In Leadership There has been a huge cost to the pandemic but there has also been a lot of necessary learning which needs to be integrated into current organisational cultures to be sustainable, resilient and to last beyond the pandemic. Whilst the pandemic is likely to have increased anxiety and difficulties, […]

    Managers must put on their own mental wellbeing ‘oxygen mask’ so they can support staff

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    Being top of the tree doesn’t protect people from mental wellbeing issues. In fact it’s the opposite. The mental wellbeing of business owners and managers can often take a back seat as they deal with the responsibilities of managing staff and the business. And this can be magnified for SMEs, where they don’t have the […]


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