Back in the good old days (remember them?) when we could nip out for a meal and a cheeky glass of wine on a whim, it was the little things that separated the five-star review from the bad taste left in the mouth.
I wrote an article at the end of last year about planning for 2020. Of course, with hindsight, it wasn’t the perfect advice for a year of constant change and uncertainty.
You may be wondering if a 15-point difference is even a problem – it is when you look long-term.
Together. We’re all in it. Better (or not) because of it. Forever it (thanks, Rick Astley). Unstoppable Together (that’s mine).
I’m not sure how you would rate yourself as a CEO. I remember hearing that if asked, “how well do you rate your driving skills”, 90% of us would put ourselves in the top 10%.
Consistently seeking to improve the employee experience for the good of your business.
With everything we are still going through we know that Christmas 2020 will not be a rerun of previous years.
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.
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.
Everybody wants to start the working day on a good note. But at a time when bad news seems to come in droves, finding that ray of positivity can prove tricky.