This post came about following a conversation with a client of mine who was frustrated that his team were not as enthused as he would like on the usual Monday call. After some discussion, it became obvious that whilst the format of the Monday meeting had been set up (some time ago) to be a
I try to apply all my articles to common problems you might be facing as business leaders. When my client mentioned recently that a recent promotion for a (remote working) team member wasn’t having the impact he had initially hoped or envisaged (taking charge, leading projects, freeing up my clients’ time), it made me consider
‘It’s not you, it’s me’… or, actually, is it me? Virtual recruiting is yet another challenge business leaders have faced during the pandemic. Whilst digital delivery has been the prepotent media headline of choice, hiring and onboarding talent remotely has been equally disrupted by the past year’s events. Figures from analyst firm Gartner show 86
We spoke to George Owen, Founder of ITCH – an agency that creates compelling stories through film, animation and photography – to discover his tips for creating impactful videos and presentations when you’re working from home or unable to get into a studio. Be gone mundane talking heads. Whether you’re contemplating designing a company-wide preso
There are plenty of stats out there to support the woefully obvious observation that onboarding is incredibly important for teaching and keeping the best people, but much of the process often relies on how much information a new employee can retain in the shortest period of time before they’re left to ‘get on with it’.