Biography of the Author Pilita Clark

Pilita Clark

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  1. FILE PHOTO: New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern speaks during a joint press conference at Admiralty H

    Commentary: No room for BS in the time of coronavirus

    Speaking clearly and honestly in a COVID-19 crisis cuts through the guff, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  2. A couple wearing masks to prevent contracting the coronavirus hugs each other at a Han River park i

    Commentary: How to avoid a fight when you're worried about COVID-19 but your other half isn't

    In the face of a frightening coronavirus pandemic, my partner and I are responding quite differently, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  3. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: Working from home because of the coronavirus? Don't expect it to be paradise

    The office gives you a better chance of picking up new ideas — and more, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  4. office meeting room empty work life

    Commentary: When a rude boss keeps you waiting, why not get up and leave?

    If you decide to leave you will gain the satisfaction of preserving your dignity, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  5. Plastic cutlery

    Commentary: Companies are cutting costs but dressing up moves as climate action

    Policies that cut down waste may be motivated by corporate-friendly intentions, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  6. office workers at work

    Commentary: How top firms raise successful leaders? By giving them sabbaticals

    Packing senior leaders off can also help those left behind: people filling in can prove their worth in ways that are otherwise impossible, says ...
  7. Woman in office setting chewing on a pencil

    Commentary: How can I beat the curse of endless office emails?

    Tired of that never-ending stream of work emails? We should not have allowed technology to doom us to endless distraction, says the Financial ...
  8. An open-plan office.

    Commentary: Zero-emission workplaces may hit us sooner than we think

    It will be a bumpy ride as corporates look at climate action, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  9. How to relieve stress unsplash nathan dumlao

    Commentary: We know it’s pointless to work long hours yet we still do it

    Little sleep and 80-hour weeks do not make you a productive thinker, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  10. Women in office stressed and frustrated

    Commentary: The hidden hell of hot-desking is much worse than you think

    Some companies have introduced rules to stem actions employees have taken to rebel against hot-desking, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.