How are business leaders managing the challenges of the pandemic one year in? What are their toughest challenges, and how are they surviving and thriving?
The world has changed. Sadly, much of leadership has not. Which is why the few leaders that play by new rules are achieving astronomical success. The recipe is remarkably simple. They broke old rules.
How the evolution of the technology industry has changed the face of competition for leaders and CEOs.
As the UK’s COVID-19 vaccination roll-out continues to accelerate, it seems that, finally, employers can start to contemplate a return to something which resembles a normal working environment.
Most of us have been on an emotional roller-coaster over the last year.
Never more so has adaptability as a skill been more important. This past year we have seen for ourselves what adaptability, and the lack of it, can mean to a business.
Without a doubt, when I really dig deep, I find that people don’t just want to excel on the work front, but also on the health and relationship fronts.
We should be old hands at reopening our workspaces, but it’s worth thinking about how to do this really well after the latest lockdown.
As well as being entertaining, movies can also be used to learn important lessons that you can apply to your own business.
We’re finally in a position where we can see the finish line to lockdown 3.0. With the government’s rapid response to getting the population vaccinated, hope is on the horizon.