Articles from The Myers-Briggs Company

The new #Brexit chief threatens the government’s pledge to workers’ rights #FutureofEmployment

The Myers-Briggs Company encourages business to pay closer attention to their teams and consider how Brexit uncertainty is affecting individuals

Flexible working can lead to burnout culture #Futureof Employment

Organisations must take a stand against the ‘always-on’ culture or risk the rise of a disengaged and dissatisfied workforce, says John Hackston:

Unconscious bias still excludes women from entering the boardroom #WomenOnBoards

Gender equality starts with the removal of unconscious bias that excludes women from entering the boardroom, says Lorraine Mills:

Employee anxiety peaks despite government’s pledge to uphold workers’ rights post #Brexit

The Myers-Briggs Company encourages business to pay closer attention to their teams and consider how Brexit uncertainly is affecting individuals

Wellbeing at work improves with age - The positive role of relationships, gender and nationality in workplace wellbeing #WorldMentalHealthDay2019

This World Mental Health Day, research from The Myers-Briggs Company provides key insights into workplace wellbeing   Recent research from The Myers-Briggs Company – focused around a study of more than 10,000 people from 131 countries – reveals how well-being at work improves with age and looks at the positive role of relationships in workplace well-being, as well as the role of gender and nationality. 

Narcissistic leaders damage organisations, threaten opportunities for women and harm diversity

New report reveals the fall of ‘great man’ style of leadership and how narcissistic leaders can damage organisations - The Myers-Briggs Company advises businesses to examine the threat of narcissistic leaders.

The UK government has led the charge on using social value to drive economic benefits

The Myers-Briggs Company urges businesses to make social value-driven decisions As of this summer, the UK government will consider the social value of an organisation when awarding government contracts. The move is expected to transform the process of government procurement, better support small businesses, and reduce impact on the environment. This purpose driven approach to procurement will attract a more diverse range of companies bidding for government contracts, including small businesses, charities, and social enterprises.

The age of #AI brings job uncertainty when companies fail to involve employees in digital transformation journeys

With technological progress advancing at a rapid rate and figures from PWC highlighting that a third (30%) of jobs are at risk of automation within the next 20 years, employees are feeling deeply uncertain about the future workplace.

Neglecting the human element in cyber safety protocols exposes business to cybercrime

Only four in 10 (42%) businesses focus on compliance training as part of their cyber security protocol to ensure sensitive data is kept secure, reports ESET, a global leader in IT security. More worryingly, 63% rely predominantly on passwords.

Leaders who sound most confident and authoritative are generally believed in more fully

The dangers of overconfident leaders. In the midst of rapid political changes, The Myers-Briggs Company looks at the dangers of overconfident leaders and how this can be managed in both the political and workplace spheres. 

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