Who exactly are the Establishment? Well in the UK, there are many different groups that could fall into this category. Here’s what they need to do to prevent the public from finally turning against them.
The internet is ablaze with news about a cyber attack on Parliament, placing heavy emphasis on the need for secure emails and better passwords.
We’ve had lift off at Heathrow, the green light from Nissan and economic success has grown in the three months since the European Union (EU) referendum.
While the UK's politicians are bickering among themselves and doing nothing to calm our uncertainty, business leaders need to take note of Mark Carney and provide the voice of stability.
Soon we will all be hoovered up into the maelstrom on the general election – the campaigning, the debates (possibly), the knock on the doors by men in tweed jackets with impossibly large rosettes (probable) and the almost daily run of speeches, speeches, speeches.
Once the festive season has passed the battle lines will be drawn and the country will be in full election mode.
Social media has become a powerful tool to speak to the nation (and gain votes). An increasing amount of politicians have taken to Facebook, Twitter and co, a move that doesn't always go well.
Observing Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's leadership campaigns can provide you with personal branding lessons that can apply in business – so watch and learn…