The Confederation of British Industry estimates that conflict costs UK business £33 billion per year, taking up 20% of leadership time and potentially losing up to 370 million working days. One of the sure causes of such conflict is a difference in working styles.
When screenplays depict women as eye-candy lacking in confidence – also the creation of female writers hoping to appeal to the wider industry – you know there’s a gap in gender perception.
“Get the job done”. It’s a simple phrase as old as the hills. Unfortunately, for many, it isn’t proving to be that easy to follow.
Much has been said over the years about scaling businesses being crucial to boosting the UK economy. However, it seems SME growth ambitions often come to a halt due to a lack of confidence.
Upgrading the UK’s full fibre ultrafast broadband network is vital for businesses and the economy – now and in the future, according to Ben King, CEO of WarwickNet.