Review 30

Last year was a period of huge disruption and tragedy, but it was also a year of tremendous innovation. This period looks set to continue – so in this issue of the Leesman Review we want to celebrate the innovators; those who weren’t afraid to fail fast and try something new.

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Review 30

Last year was a period of huge disruption and tragedy, but it was also a year of tremendous innovation. This period looks set to continue – so in this issue of the Leesman Review we want to celebrate the innovators; those who weren’t afraid to fail fast and try something new.

  • Expert insight
    The home
    stretch
  • Trending
    No place
    like home
  • Interview
    How to be a
    listening leader
    If you’re a leader, you’re probably talking
    too much. So says former submarine captain
    David Marquet, who shares his insight on
    how to adjust your leadership style.
  • Long read
    From crisis
    to opportunity
  • Expert insight
    James
    Munday

Expert insight

The home stretch

When we finally return to the office, will the workplace experience be forever altered based on the home working experience? Dr Peggie Rothe shares Leesman’s latest findings.
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Trending

No place like home

COVID-19 gifted remote working advocates an opportunity to amplify their promises of agile working for all. But has it delivered?
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Interview

How to be a listening leader

If you’re a leader, you’re probably talking too much. So says former submarine captain David Marquet, who shares his insight on how to adjust your leadership style.
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Long read

From crisis to opportunity

The pandemic has forced everyone, from churches and hospitality to corporate organisations, to reimagine the entire concept of their business.
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Expert insight

R-numbers: predicting the future

James Munday is an infectious disease epidemiologist. With his work in the spotlight, what impact is it having on trend forecasting and government policy?
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