July 14th 2014

Progress – Issue 2 (Full Edition)

Welcome to the second edition of our regular e-magazine - Progress - which was launched to assist in the development of your role, to support your career and broaden your awareness of the changing business environment we all operate within.

This latest edition takes a strategic look at the changing business environment, the future workplace and the creation of leaders and high-performing teams. It includes contributions from philosopher and best-selling author, Alain de Botton; Senior Editor at The Economist Intelligence Unit, Martin Koehring, University College London’s Professor of Business Psychology,Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Eve Poole from Ashridge Business School.

We hope you find this latest edition of Progress to be provocative and insightful and that it stimulates your thinking.

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