Described as a “punk” ethos, BrewDog was and is built on a cult of personality, with the “craft” beer giant priding themselves on being a company where every Millennial and Gen-Z crave to work. But it was the same punk cult that has allegedly left 300 former employees in fear when an open letter from, Punks with Purpose published at the start of the month.
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.
Corporate crises seem to be hitting news headlines at a remarkable pace. With each new scandal, we can learn invaluable lessons in business and leadership. Here we take a look at the key ones.
By employing new perspectives, engaging with past enemies, and leaving old egos at the door, Microsoft has managed a successful rebirth, and SMEs can learn from their past mistakes and evolve too.
?We all need to think like dyslexics,” says Matt Hancock. What does that mean and how can business leaders tap into the potential of dyslexic employees?
According to Melissa Powell, COO of the Allure Group, Disney and Pixar movies deliver great leadership advice.