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24th March 2023
Baroness Anne Jenkin on Women2Win, JK Rowling and the ‘Animal Farm of our times’
My prime role in life is as an advocate for getting more women into Parliament...
23rd March 2023
Stuart Thomson: Don’t Be Afraid To Ask Questions in the Workplace
We all want to learn by receiving feedback on our work but sometimes that just isn’t enough....
17th March 2023
Katharine Birbalsingh on the problem with government
I am sometimes asked if there’s any danger of children being put off by reading Shakespeare....
16th March 2023
Opinion: Job-seekers need to embrace this period of change
It was Ernest Hemingway who said in respect of bankruptcy that it happens ‘bit by bit, then all at o...
15th March 2023
A Letter from Cyprus: Sophia Petrides
Relocating can be a breath of fresh air, literally and figuratively. After decades of battling throu...
14th March 2023
Diary: Toby Young on journalism, diversity-crats and not oversleeping
Journalism is a great career for someone in their twenties and thirties, but it’s a very people are ...
13th March 2023
Former minister Brooks Newmark on Rwanda, lifelong learning, and Ukraine
As an MP, over 25 per cent of the people who approach you for surgeries is generally about their chi...
HR
21st February 2023
Opinion: Patrick Crowder on the HR industry
The mere mention of human resources can conjure up all sorts of preconceptions and emotions. Often h...
27th January 2023
Economist Roger Bootle on the positive side of AI
The chair of Capital Economics has an optimistic view about the impact of Artificial Intelligence...
13th January 2023
Adam Page: ‘It’s indefensible to be involved in business and not understand finance’
This is the story of a fantastic journey....
22nd December 2022
2022 Highlights: Stuart Thomson on the Crucial Role of Public Affairs
All organisations come with their own jargon, language, and structures. Understanding all that can b...
19th December 2022
2022 Highlights: Letter from Bucharest -Jonathan Cathey on progress as the first casualty of war
The first casualties of wars are often the young soldiers who have been sent to fight them.  Next, t...
1st December 2022
Special report: Tim Fitzgerald’s deep dive into the personal assistant sector
My LinkedIn bio and Masterclass website blurb says. For 20 years, I have been assisting successful...
26th October 2022
Dinesh Dhamija reacts to Rishi Sunak’s appointment as PM
Rishi Sunak’s appointment as Prime Minister has focused attention on the rising influence of British...
23rd June 2022
#Hiring: LinkedIn Expert Amanda Brown on the Rise of Social Recruitment
The term ‘social recruitment’ has gradually seeped into business language as recruitment and HR depa...
1st June 2022
Opinion: Why human resource management deserves to be seen as a desirable profession
In the opening episode of the new drama Slow Horses, a wrongly disgraced Mi5 officer takes some comf...
18th May 2022
Angelina Giovani’s Letter from Greece
'It is a truth universally acknowledged, that every single man or woman in possession of a good fort...
13th May 2022
Mohamed Amersi: “We ignore the Middle East at our peril”
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has galvanised the international community and triggered a combination ...
4th May 2022
Lord Martin Rees: Astronomy brings ‘a special perspective’ on work and life
As the Astronomer-Royal, I would argue that it’s a great luxury to look at the stars – but then the ...
22nd April 2022
Bayo Alaba on Ukraine: we need an immediate negotiated peace deal
Since June 1997, when 50 Foreign policy experts co-signed a letter to President Clinton criticising ...
21st April 2022
Nimco Ali: “A young campaigner should educate themselves as broadly as possible”
I’m proud to say I’m the granddaughter of a freedom fighter – a man who defended his country against...

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