Organisations understand they must consider the health and safety of their employees and as we continue to come to the end of 2020
If you’re healthy you’ve got a sporting chance at business and at life. Entrepreneur of the Year winner 2008, Barbara Cox merges the worlds of business and nutrition and takes ten minutes to dispense some vital knowledge to Business Matters readers. No stranger to the business world, the chances are high that you’ve already enjoyed […]
Learn to recognise when your negative thoughts are holding you in a mental rut and instead move forwards with success
In today’s busy workplace it has almost become a badge of honour for some professionals to try and function while in a constant state of stress.
It would be easy to read off a list and say, “do these five things and all will be alright”. Sadly, mental health isn’t like that.
Video chat has always existed. But right now, we’re relying on it more than ever. We do our work there. We speak to family there. We see our friends there.
Many employees are now being forced to work from home and physically isolate themselves from friends and colleagues, this has resulted in loneliness for many.
Amid all the lockdown uncertainty, the one constant throughout this challenging period for businesses has been the need to quickly adapt to significantly disruptive change.
Now as a leadership mentor and performance coach I have put together some strategies to help you lead your teams better as we all adapt our way of working.