Leadership & Management

As the race for global growth continues, leadership and management are at the top of the agenda for organisations in all sectors and of all sizes. Key external issues leaders and managers in multinational companies need to address include how to meet the challenges of an increasingly technologically advanced and demographically complex business world, the shift in economic power from west to east, and the rapid growth of some emerging markets. Read more

From an internal company perspective, leaders, managers and decision-makers must also consider the challenges posed by changing leadership styles, the rise of individualism, the ageing workforce, and the need to align employees’ career development aspirations with wider business objectives.

All these factors are combining to overturn the traditional assumptions that have long supported corporate decision-making and the creation of management policies and strategies. Critical to an organisation’s success in the globalised economy is minimising risks for the company and its employees, in such areas as immigration and expatriate tax, benefits and social security, by ensuring compliance with the legal and regulatory framework of the jurisdictions in which they operate.

As a leader or manager, you need an understanding of key management issues, with access to the facts about them. This section offers the latest management-related news, articles tools, videos, and resources, all in once place. Our directory will point you in the direction of relocation specialists and suppliers who can provide support and advice tailored to your organisation’s needs. Read less

Latest Leadership & Management News

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Global commercial environment ‘riskier’ in 2017: Aon study

Trends in economics, demographics and geopolitics, along with rapid technology advancements, are transforming traditional risks for global businesses, adding new urgency and complexity to old challenges, according to Aon's '2017 Global Risk Management Survey'.


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Internal mobility key to addressing skills gaps, says research

A study of 3,000 senior HR professionals by Alexander Mann Solutions finds 25 per cent believe lateral hiring is a company’s best weapon for talent retention in the immediate future.
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Mid-life pension MOTs on road to longer working lives

Former CBI Director-General John Cridland has published his review into the State Pension Age (SPA). It recommends raising the SPA, options for people unable to work in later life and mid-career pensions planning advice.
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‘Confidence returning’ to oil and gas recruitment: study

A review of the energy sector jobs market suggests rebounding oil prices will see talent demand pick up again after the past two years’ contraction.


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Technically adept, but leaders lack people skills: CIPD

A new assessment by HR professionals suggests senior leaders can do more to boost workforce potential by developing their people management skills.
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Trust in me: simple communications key

An online poll by the Academy of Executive Coaching suggests when it comes to how leaders can best build and maintain trust, plain speaking is a must.
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Leadership and management development factsheet

A factsheet on strategies for leadership and management development is now available as part of Relocate’s new Global Mobility Toolkit. Download your free copy.


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New advice targets root of STEM skill shortages

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and trade union Prospect have published new guidance for science, engineering, technology and maths (STEM) employers looking to attract a more diverse talent pool.
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Guides published for gender pay reporting and apprentice levy

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has produced guidance for employers facing the apprenticeship levy and the new gender pay gap reporting which come into force in April 2017.
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New research questions traditional management hierarchy

A study into the leadership qualities of 2,900 managers by academics at BI Norwegian Business School suggests women are more highly suited than men to leadership roles.

Gen Y

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Study raises Millennial wellbeing and productivity concerns

Millennials are dogged by financial worries and report low levels of physical activity, according to 'Britain’s Healthiest Workplace' data, leading to concerns for the demographic's wellbeing and productivity.
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Older, wiser and more productive? New study

A new Europe-wide study sheds light on intergenerational experiences of workload, stress and resilience, suggesting older workers fair best on the three measures.
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Money worries linked to poor performance, warns CIPD study

A new report from the CIPD in conjunction with asset managers Close Brothers highlights the scale of employees’ financial worries and the impact on productivity.

Corporate Social Responsibility

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‘No excuses for businesses' in driving diversity agenda

Government initiatives are focusing minds on more representative workforces. Yet hard-won gains are at risk. Relocate Global caught up with Ann Pickering, 02’s HR director and diversity champion, to explore where we are now – and what we need to do.
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Davos 2017: WEF seeks return to stakeholder roots

WEF founder Professor Klaus Schwab set out 2017’s key themes at a pre-conference briefing before this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos.
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CIPD chief urges HR to engage with key national and international issues

The CIPD’s annual conference and exhibition got underway today with its chief executive, Peter Cheese, urging HR professionals to “step up” and face the past 12 months’ turbulence head on.
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