Centre for Performance-Led HR News
Published 16 May 2013
HR Magazine interviews Professor Cary Cooper about how long working hours are damaging family life. "Increasingly we are seeing employees turning up to work ill and delivering little added value. Presenteeism does not enhance but undermines productivity," says Cooper.
Published 1 May 2013
Professor Cary Cooper is quoted in a Guardian story on the not-for profit (NFP) sector's failure to recruit and retain the best people. "I don't see the NFP sector at graduate recruitment fairs. It is a great opportunity to go after really good undergraduate management students who want to do meaningful jobs. It's too late to start at senior management level."
Published 23 April 2013
CEO Today magazine carries an article (page 53) by Professor Cary Cooper and David Bowles in which the authors argue that organisations need to make some significant cultural shifts to improve morale and engagement.
Published 8 March 2013
Professor Mike West discusses how NHS leaders can develop cultures of high-quality health care. This King's Fund video is from a presentation he made recently in the run up to the NHS Leadership and Management Summit.
Published 7 March 2013
Professor Cary Cooper is featured in the Financial Times' Business Travel column, asking why executives work so hard when posted overseas. "Executives often feel the company has sent them abroad, so they have to work every second of every day to pay that back."
Published 25 February 2013
Professor Mike West was one of the keynote speakers at the TEDxUmea conference on Leadership, Creativity and Innovation in Umea, Sweden, on 17 February. In this video of his conference speech, Professor West discusses his research into positivity in teams, particularly in the UK's National Health Service.