To how many of us does the prospect of a holiday fill with doom and gloom? The stress of being away from the urgency of work, the worry that the business will struggle without you, and the thought of returning to an inbox jam-packed with emails, paperwork and unsolved problems.
We live a world of micromanagement and hyper-connectivity--posting 140-character status updates on Twitter, using online apps to track every business expense during the day, processing hundreds of emails--it's easy to get overwhelmed by granularity.
A 1.125m2 desk, a great view from the window and your own Apple computer have been named as just some of the items that make the perfect office. The study by experts LondonOffices.com, quizzed a focus group about the different elements that make the perfect work place. The correct amount of space was key, with many…
Creating camaraderie can go beyond team drinks. John Still talks to businesses offering immersive experiences, from hunting in the The Hunger Games to dancing Michael Jackson's Thriller
Before you choose a team building activity, work out what your team building goals are - many of these a more about satisfying the boss's personal playtime desire than building an inclusive cohesive team