Management May 2021

Pandemic leadership lessons: A North American perspective
In 2019, in the biggest private equity purchase in global aviation history, Canada’s ONEX paid C$5 billion for Canadian airline Westjet. Within three months, Covid had hit. Kiwi Ed Sims, who was most recently CEO of Airways New Zealand, has been at the helm of Westjet for the past four years. He shares some of the challenges faced.

4 Day Week becoming a reality around the globe
The 4 Day Week movement has steadily picked up speed over the three years since Andrew Barnes designed the 100:80:100 social and economic model and trialled it at Perpetual Guardian. Here he outlines where, and how, the movement is gaining traction.

Burned out? You are not alone
Burnout appears to be a growing phenomenon which leaders are increasingly aware they need to address, not just for their employees’ well-being but for their own
well-being too. By Annie Gray.

Study: Employee well-being is a major priority for many global CEOs
A focus on talent, technology and partnerships can be key to thrive post-Covid-19 pandemic, according to insights from 3,000 CEOs.

Why internal theming works
Crusade On! Celebrating 25 years of the Crusaders outlines why internal theming is such an effective management technique.

Guest column
How a feedback culture can melt the ‘iceberg of ignorance’.

Skill shortages are starting to bite.

Managing for a better world
‘What got us here won’t get us there’ moments.

Leading from the front.

Corporate Style
The cut of the cloth.

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