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Stress in the workplace can be caused by both internal and external influences. It's the role of a leader to monitor and manage the stress of their people to ensure performance is sustainable. Read our Top Tips for Managing Stress and keeping your people on track. Check that you're Managing Stress at Work properly.
Empowering employees to achieve a healthy work-life balance increases their energy & happiness and boosts companies’ capability, resilience & productivity
The Investors in People employee sentiment poll reveals exactly what employees care about most. And there are several things that our research show no amount of money makes up for. This article pulls together the top 10 reasons why people are unhappy in their current roles. The list included no career progression, hours worked, pay and lack of training and development.
Last week IIP released Job Exodus, the employee sentiment poll for 2016, revealing major workplace trends across the UK.
Explore how organisations underinvesting in employee development risk their staff feeling underdeveloped & frustrated & therefore leaving on bad terms
See how high performing organisations sustain significant investment in staff training & development to attract the best people in the marketplace
Discover the principles for outperformance. See how to offer great products or services, inspire loyalty from staff & customers & deliver great results
Does achieving excellence in people management actually make a difference to efficiency or performance?A recent study commissioned by Investors in People tested a set of management principles common to high performing firms to find out whether a focus on these principles could really make a difference to performance. 
Read how high performing organisations inspire, facilitate & engage employees to reach higher goals. This is crucial for long-term sustainable performance
See how developing leadership styles to suit the modern workplace increasingly means letting staff take responsibility, often through a holacratic approach