Life at the top can be lonely. It’s definitely stressful.
Kenny Blair describes himself as a “failed university student turned entrepreneur.”
When it comes to the subject of leadership, you’ll find a spectrum of opinions on pretty much every aspect. Apart from one: taking a break.
What do you do if your business is rapidly growing and work is unrelenting? It’s easy, right? You focus more, you burn the candle at both ends, you work harder and longer.
What are you doing to improve your employees’ health and wellbeing?
Work is work and home is home. Or so we’re told. From school onwards, we’re taught it’s ‘business, nothing personal.’ To keep things professional and never take your personal life to the office.
Is workplace wellbeing on your agenda for 2019? It should be.
With 26 years’ experience as a Royal Navy fighter pilot and surveillance pilot for the security services and UK Special Forces, Vistage speaker, Matthew Whitfield, is no stranger to elite leadership.
We all love holidays; time to be with family and friends, to pursue hobbies and interests or to just relax and do nothing. We imagine ourselves returning to work from a break bursting with fresh energy, renewed motivation and plenty of creative verve - but the reality is often quite different.
How’s your work/life balance looking?