There’s strong evidence to support defining and articulating business values and then demonstrating them in the way they operate. Indeed, who would question the importance of this, ‘values alignment’ in ensuring a business walks its talk?
With increasing levels of remote working, it’s clearly more important than ever to work with colleagues to increase levels of engagement. We maintain that levels are not likely to increase, without leaders reflecting on their own engagement and what motivates them.
I am always glad to hear people talk about their ‘purpose’ and their ‘why’. It’s just that sometimes, I’m not sure whether they’re selling snake oil?
Apologies for non-gender neutral language, but with respect to leadership, how true is it that ‘In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king’?
I read an Anglican bishop’s blog recently. Now it may seem strange to begin my own business-based blog by referring to a bishop’s blog, but hear me out.
Most of us will associate the name, Pandora with the jewellery retailer. Maybe some of us will know the term, Pandora’s box.
As with so many of us, not a week goes by without me speaking with numbers of business owners about the challenges that confront us in light of the coronavirus pandemic.