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Leadership and COVID-19: The changing role of the CEO
Leadership and COVID-19: The changing role of the CEO Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the world as we know it has changed beyond recognition. Although many aspects of life are beginning to return to normal, the economy continues to struggle, and for the majority of organisations, the future is still very uncertain.
The true impact of Brexit on the construction industry
After the recent collapse of the building company, Carillion, which saw the loss of 43,000 jobs, there has been speculation as to whether this was an isolated incident or a glimpse into the future of the UK construction industry.
The struggle for gender diversity in financial services firms continues – what can business leaders do to promote their changing attitudes?
Who’d be a banker? Hot on the heels of LIBOR and PPI, the financial services sector now has another reputational issue to solve.
Five key findings about information security
The role of Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has come a long way since CitiGroup and Steve Katz originated the title in 1995. The evolution and cruciality of digital technology has made securing a business absolutely vital and with this evolution we have seen the role of Chief Information Security Officer increase in both importance and frequency.
Life after furlough: talent and the ExCo in 2021 and beyond
In a lot of ways, November has been a month of progress and possibility. Although the UK is very much still in the grips of COVID-19, the development of a potential vaccine, and the extension of Rishi Sunak’s furlough scheme has begun to shine a light down what has been for many (and still is) a very long, dark and uncertain tunnel.
10 SUSTAINABILITY MISTAKES YOUR BUSINESS IS MAKING
Businesses can no longer afford to ignore sustainability. it is repeatedly highlighted by customers, business partners and employees as a vital consideration when deciding who to buy from, work with and work for.