Harvard Business Review says that it can be tough enough to manage your own stress. But how can you, as a manager, help the members of your team handle their feelings of stress, burnout, or disengagement? Our research cited in the full article here.
Co-written by iOpener Chair Jessica Pryce-Jones and CEO Julia Lindsay, Running Great Workshops & Meetings For Dummies delivers the tools managers need to facilitate engaging and rewarding group sessions. Written by two highly experienced leadership and coaching consultants, this book provides practical, hands-on instruction that can help you turn your meetings and training sessions around. […]
Sharing the results of her four–year research journey in simple, jargon–free language, iOpener Chair Jessica Pryce–Jones exposes the secrets of being happy at work. Full of fascinating and diverse interviews, this easy-to-read guide to Happiness at Work: Focuses on what happiness really means in a work context and why it matters to individuals and organisations […]
Happiness at Work. That short phrase can sound pretty flaky taken in isolation. But research and scholarship are showing time and again just what an important subject this for driving top line growth and bottom line results. And how deeply underestimated it has been.
Starting any new role is stressful as the pressure to get it right and to be seen to get it right is so high. And that’s particularly true when you are moving into a new HRD position, even if you are a seasoned player. Because unfortunately too many other senior execs see your function as […]