One of the most powerful tools we can all develop is our resilience. Whether this is resilience at work, or at home – one thing is for sure – we will all experience change and adversity, and our resilience levels will determine how well we deal with that. January is always a time for lower
Many of you will have watched Billions, the series about the world of Wall Street hedge funds. In the series one of the leading characters is Wendy Rhoades who is the firm’s life coach. Her role highlights the real difference that such a role can have and in a cut throat business like Axe Capital, that it
2020 has brought a lot of conversation to the forefront about equality and diversity. This post isn’t about ethics, we all know the ethical stance for creating an inclusive and diverse workplace, and that should be a given in any business. This post is about a different viewpoint on diversity – specifically around cognitive diversity.
During the recent lockdown and the “zoom fatigue” many of us experienced, a need for focus, efficiency and productivity within meetings became highlighted even more. We spend a lot of our working life in meetings, in fact, according to The Times, in the UK we spend over 23 days per year in meetings, and according