In this extraordinary ‘time out of time’, the CEO’s role needs to be more pivotal and flexible than ever.
Being a great leader in the office, when you're surrounded by your team, and being a great leader from the isolation of your own home are by no means one and the same.
I’m not sure about you, but working from home has got a lot less fun in the last few weeks.
Whatever else happens, the new normal looks set to be different to the old normal. As we edge out of lockdown we will need to call on our resilience and our adaptability to cope with the everchanging business landscape.
The global coronavirus pandemic has transformed our daily lives, from transitioning into working from home to the way we communicate.
Unlike other previous economic crises, as the UK economy gradually reopens in the next few weeks, UK bosses have a lot more to contend with.
Nothing gets people squirming more in their chairs than mustering the courage to have difficult conversations.
Workplaces play a really important role in challenging inequalities and racism. Workplaces educate employees on creating a fairer society, which they take back to their families around the dinner table after work.
The last few months have been hard. Businesses have closed their doors (some for good), the economy has been decimated and lives have been changed significantly.
You haven’t properly tested your leadership qualities until you have had to lead a team through a crisis.