How do you define your team’s success? Perhaps it’s that everyone turns up every day and works hard, or that all your deadlines and targets are hit.
Our culture before the pandemic was ingrained with a set image of how to collaborate as a team.
It has been over two years since the pandemic led to a large section of the population working from home. However, with the easing of COVID restrictions, the anticipated rush to return to the office has not materialised.
In April 2022 several employment law changes took place.
2021 was the year the great resignation took hold, with over 4.4 million people across the UK quitting their jobs.
I consider myself very lucky that I run my business with my wife who is an ongoing support to me.
We have become obsessed with innovation and disruption. It is easy to confuse the two. Disruption is always innovative, but innovation doesn't necessarily cause disruption. Both describe business evolution and are rooted in change.
The ‘jump on a plane’ mindset is now a thing of the past for many SMEs.
You might find it surprising, but businesses are still trying to finalise their own remote and hybrid working strategies. With a wide range of tools, juggling meetings and information overload, the future of our daily work is still up for discussion.
There are many things business school simply doesn’t teach you, you need experience or to learn from the experience of others.