Recent weeks have delivered several reports with worrying statistics on the employment of Generation Z.
Joanna Howes, Leadership and Performance Coach explores how the pandemic has forced a change in leadership style, and why this may not be a bad thing.
2020 was a tough year. Lockdown, home schooling and the continuing effects of COVID both on myself personally and on family and friends was, at times, draining.
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.
How often do important meetings with other people happen without the meetings being scheduled? Rarely.
Although nearly everyone has been working remotely for the past year, it’s hard to escape the sense that we haven’t really transitioned the management playbook to this new paradigm.
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.