I was asked to talk about some of the problems of trying to shift very quickly to a work from home strategy – just as many companies are doing right now.
It’s Easter Weekend – and whether you consider yourself spiritual or religious… Easter is always a time of Hope!
Hope that things change! Hope that we will get there! Hope to meet again – especially in a difficult time like now with Covid-19!
Join myself and host Sandra Green for an interactive session on leading teams.
Core Values should translate into all areas of business. Your core values should filter through every single layer of the company from the top to the bottom, from left to right, and span each decision, and action taken.
When flights get cancelled, it can be a nightmare. Cancellations are relatively regular across the board, usually due to factors out of anybody’s control, but that doesn’t stop it from causing havoc.
If you don’t know your values – how do you know what’s right or wrong for your business? Values are powerful words defining your core beliefs. They are there to guide you in your day to day activities and act as a framework for you.
Here it is again, coming round to pay a visit, 3 days before my 2nd wedding anniversary. Today is the day – my 2nd cancerversary.
A cancer diagnosis is hard on anyone, however people of working age are faced with an array of questions relating to their work, their potential entitlements and also the ‘what if’ questions.
I’ve got cancer – cancer hasn’t got me! I didn’t coin this phrase – my friend Sophie Sabbage the author of the Cancer Whisperer did. But it seems so very apt for this post.
We have all been there, one of our key team members fell ill with burn out, stress, spine injury, cancer. We rotate, reassign their duties, adjust deadlines if that’s even possible and get into a mood of “I must ensure the project gets out the door on time” and ” everybody can be replaced”