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£29bn is the estimated cost of sickness absence for UK organisations
Valerie Todd, Chair of IIP, shares her thoughts on realising people's potential
At Investors in People we work with organisations of all sizes and sectors.  Recognising that each organisation has their own unique needs is key to what we do.  It is also important however to recognise other factors that come into play.  As such, we thought it interesting to examine some of the differences between large and small organisations.  Here is our list of the top 5 and why.
The links between health and wellbeing and the Investors in People framework have ever been clear, but with the Investors in People Health and Wellbeing Award, we can take this a step further and help you improve the health of your workforce. Have you looked at the health and wellbeing of your employees as a route to business improvement?  Well you should, and here’s why.
The average office worker can spend anywhere between 37% and 59% of their working lives in meetings.
Change has become so prevalent within organisations that it has almost become the norm.
Imagine we could offer a magic wand that would improve your organisation’s efficiency and productivity... Increasing levels of trust between employees and with leaders Employees that feel empowered Employees feel that they can act with authority Instilling confidence at all levels Higher levels of employee engagement
Research by Australian firm Culture Amp seems to suggest that remuneration is far from being the decisive factor that some make it out to be. 
Ever since the term ‘servant leader’ was coined in the 1970s by Robert Greenleaf the phrase has been met with some scepticism by members of the business community.  With contemporary leaders such as David Marquet and Adam Grant now addressing the subject however, there has never been a more relevant time to discuss the attributes of a servant leader.
From our very own Investors in People Champions