The Gender Pay Gap

Published: 9th June

Another year, and another set of figures showing the gender pay gap, with men on average being paid more than women.  Perhaps what is most striking, beyond the actual figures themselves, is that the gender pay gap in itself is nothing new (equal pay legislation has been around for 40 years) and, this year,  it appears to be getting worse. Emolument (a salary benchmarking website) found that Female workers who have graduated from...

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72 Hours is a long time in Politics

Published: 9th June

Immediately after the General Election THREE party leaders had resigned, but then within the space of THREE momentous days, Nigel Farage having resigned as leader of UKIP, was back.  In terms of an authentic leader, it probably was not the best judgement call he has ever made.  Having made a very clear and forthright promise to stand down as leader if he didn’t win the seat of Thanet South, has he shot his credibility to pieces? ...

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Talent, How to Have It and How to Keep It

Published: 9th June

There are a huge number of extremely talented people in this world, but the hierarchy of business does not always see the most talented at the top.  Many have said that true leaders will always look to harness talent that they can learn from and hire employees that can bring something new to the table, and who believe in the company’s values.  And, to ensure that this talent is kept happy, they must be recognized and treated well....

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Insights From Inside Google – Work Rules by Laszlo Bock

Published: 9th June

Tuesday was another exciting day for the Inspired Leaders Network. In partnership with London Business Forum, our very own René Carayol yesterday interviewed Laszlo Bock, Innovative Head of Google’s People Operations. With an audience of 500, the interview took place at the Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE. One of the most inspirational speakers and leaders we have come across, Laszlo who was auth...

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