One of the big challenges facing business today is how to emerge from the pandemic and move to some sort of business as usual, in the next normal.
Sometimes the definition of 'key' is problematic; one person's key is another person's optional
Is it time for an overhaul in thinking post-pandemic to make mission critical decisions with confidence?
Today's pandemic demands a resilience and a set of rules to thrive, rather than merely survive this period of uncertainty
We accept incredible intrusions into every aspect of our lives, actively and passively by pressing 'I agree' to just about anything
Taking things day by day is harder for some than others, but essential for us all as we adapt to our new normal
'Which parts of the new normal will prevail?' are hot topics for our network
The current crisis has acted as a very large magnifying glass for many organisations
There are endless fun stories about unexpected incidents happening on video calls
A poem by Anne Marie Forsyth
Last week seems like a year ago, and things that seemed unimaginable only a month ago are now part of our normal daily lives
The plates are shifting beneath our feet as we transition from homeworking as an exception to being much more the rule
The 'Punch and Judy' point-scoring style of political media interviews during Brexit and elections has left us feeling empty
During times of uncertainty every business must challenge themselves as to how they can be more helpful
Is it always so easy to spot a vulnerable person?
It's unlikely we will recognise the roles we have today in 10 years' time
The organisational buzzword of this decade will surely continue to be engagement
One of our most challenging issues will be best supporting front-line managers whose responsibilities are very different from what they set out to be.
No one predicted the continuously rising tide of vulnerability post 2008 crash