As we navigate this period of economic uncertainty we’re bombarded with advice, statistics and all manner of content about how best to cope, how to mitigate losses and so forth.
The term ‘company culture’ is thrown around a lot. But what does it actually mean? Is it tied to a physical location, or can it be experienced in the kind of virtual work setting most of us are currently in due to Covid-19 and social distancing?
Leadership and crisis have always had a close yet complex relationship.
It’s a well-known fact that political leaders’ approval ratings improve during times of crisis. Despite the unprecedented and difficult decisions world leaders are having to make right now, approval ratings have climbed almost across the board.
If current events have taught us anything, it’s that nobody can predict what’s around the corner. However, in business, it’s crucial that we try. Although there’s no way of knowing exactly what the future holds, it’s guaranteed that at some point something unexpected or undesirable will definitely come along.
We’ve all heard the saying ‘fail to plan, plan to fail’. While it rings true in most aspects of life, it’s perhaps most pertinent in business.
The World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic on March 11 2020. Within a few short weeks around 20% of the globe’s population faced restrictions on their movements. The virus has now been reported on every continent except Antarctica.
Life at the top can be lonely.. And being in the midst of the greatest public health emergency in modern times can only serve to underline this.
When Jeff Dewing founded Cloudfm in 2011, his vision was clear: to champion, and demonstrate, transparency, quality and value.
Executive coaching is something which all businesses can benefit from, at any stage of their journey. Executive coaches help you to see things from a different perspective, guide you towards stronger decision making, and provide objective support in the midst of change.
At Vistage, we believe the experience and insight of our members is invaluable. That’s why we conduct regular surveys to better understand the real world concerns and challenges of UK business leaders.