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Tips for a successful interim assignment

Starting a new interim management role soon? Change is always scary, even for the most seasoned of interim professionals. Meeting a new team, getting to grips with new working styles and processes and building solid client and colleague relationships takes a lot of work and time, however, there are some simple steps you can take to ensure you have an efficient and rewarding start to your new interim role. See our tips on how to hit the ground running from day one:

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Interim managers’ role in the wellbeing of their staff

The need to invest in and support the mental health and wellbeing of employees is increasing more than ever. People are now less willing to remain in a job where they are unhappy or have to sacrifice their health or personal life for their job. It has been found that executives can sometimes overestimate how well their employees are doing and how supported they feel by their managers. So, this #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth, we thought we’d share some tips on how you can ensure the wellbeing of your employees…

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Unions propose pay raise for council staff

Unite, GMB and UNISON are three local government unions that represent the council and school staff in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. They have proposed an offer to employers of a £2,000 pay rise along with a one-off pandemic payment, a reduction in the working week and an extra day of annual leave for all council staff. This claim applies from 1st April 2022.

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Why is shared leadership the way forward?

Leading a company is growing to be more complex, with many more responsibilities to take on, which has led to a renewed look at co-CEO models. Harvard Business Review published a study which revealed that 87 companies led by co-CEOs generated above average shareholder returns and nearly 60% of those companies outperformed. Keep reading to see the benefits of shared leadership and tips for making it work.

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