We should all be aware by now of how incredibly powerful clear, simple systems can be. This is never more true that when you’re preparing to spend more than 70 days alone on the Arctic Ocean’s floating pack ice, in pursuit of becoming the youngest person in history to ski solo to the North Pole.
Before anyone hunts me down or goes all keyboard warrior, I’m caveating this video and article by saying that I’m not anti-remote working, in fact I’d say that flexibility is one of the greatest things to come out of the pandemic. Nevertheless, I’m having regular feedback from clients and friends about members of the team
It’s always slightly awkward to announce that you’ve won an award, or at least it is when there’s isn’t a teammate who could casually do it for you, but nonetheless, I’m delighted to say that I’ve been announced as the winner of the Best Business Awards ‘Outstanding Non-Executive Director’ 2021. The entry was based on
I saw this great cartoon below the other day and it got me wondering about these dynamics and how to deal with it – especially because the vast majority of us are either interrupted (or do the interrupting) on a daily basis. It really is something to reflect on. Who interrupts and why… These little insights
First, in the spirit of togetherness, I’d like to simply say that it’s not just you that struggles with hiring senior people into your team. Almost every business leader I’ve worked with has, at one point or another, decided that the ‘time is now’ to bring in a new senior member of the team, but