With everything we are still going through we know that Christmas 2020 will not be a rerun of previous years.
Our health and wellbeing are two things we all had to take better care of when life as we knew it changed entirely this year.
It has been a year of business turmoil for many, but that doesn’t mean we all have to hit the brakes on our strategic plans.
Sometimes the ugly face of racism shows itself in the workplace. When this happens the damage is both personal and undermines the business itself.
Andy Haldane is the Bank of England’s chief economist. In a recent speech he gave online to the Engaging Business Summit, he stated correctly that the pandemic had “re-shaped our working lives, our economic contributions and our well-being”.
You may be wondering if a 15-point difference is even a problem – it is when you look long-term.
Many are turning to ‘self-medication’ to cope with the mental health impact of the pandemic rather than seeking help, but this could have longer-lasting implications if action isn’t taken.
It’s becoming clear the only way businesses are going to survive and thrive is through accelerated innovation. Your business, even if you’re an independent professional or small firm, needs to stay on the leading edge…or die.
Together. We’re all in it. Better (or not) because of it. Forever it (thanks, Rick Astley). Unstoppable Together (that’s mine).
Procrastination is an obvious obstacle to performing at our best, right? After all, if you don’t do the work, you won’t improve or accomplish your goals. Yet procrastination still seems to plague most of us.