Following one of the most difficult years in decades there is an increased appetite for real change. Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership, shares ten reasons why diversity is so vital and may well be the key to healthier times in 2021.
In times of COVID-19, leaders need to become human centric, to be able to survive, says HR expert turned business coach, Nadja Chaieb.
“COVID-19 for me is just another event. How you respond to this event is what will separate your business from the rest.” So says serial business advisor and author, Geoff Hudson-Searle, sharing his top 2021 business predictions.
As their customers move online to conduct their shopping, more businesses are turning to e-commerce . Andy Bojko, Director at Hidepark Leather, offers three essential tips on how businesses can successfully implement small changes to their website to succeed in 2021.
With a UK-EU post-Brexit trade deal on the horizon, Real Business rounds up responses from the business community on SME investment and private sector growth in 2021.
Improvise, adapt and overcome is a phrase often used to describe the process of resilience. But this only describes the process and does nothing to tell us how we can be good at it. Richard Lawrence, CEO of CounterStrike explains how businesses can use the theory of wargaming to become more resilient and grow stronger teams.
The impact of Covid-19 shows how essential it is for employees to get a proper break as this year draws to a close, yet 40% of UK workers plan to work through the holidays.
As we rapidly approach the end of 2020 it’s clear that many charitable organisations may not last the winter, let alone into 2021 and beyond. Can businesses help charities survive into 2021, asks Dr Nik Kotecha OBE.
Workplace dreams are on the rise for more than half of Brits (52%) currently working from home.
Is returning to work safe? How can employers ensure a COVID-19 secure office space in the face of changing pandemic rules and employee expectations?
Google search data reveals that we may be in danger of a January 2021 ‘burnout spike’.
One of the UK’s leading insurance brokerages for small businesses has urged companies to apply for new quotes in 2021, rather than renewing automatically.