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How many emerging leaders have been missed or lost? Now is time for a mind-set shift

It happens within all businesses; genuine leadership talents are overlooked for those who may be more visible or who deliver greater sales or make most noise. This is nothing new; great leadership talent has long been missed across all businesses.

However, if we are all looking to improve, build stronger frameworks and are struggling to find great talent then the...

As cities restart, how important will robotics and digitalisation be? Are we at the start of a major evolution in services?

The Hospitality industry faces a number of major challenges in terms of people and talent post pandemic which is of major concern to operators but could this serve to open the door for a stronger discussion on robotics as well as greater advancement in digitalisation?

The industry faces a perfect storm created by a number of major factors which include...

There is a growing view that many have struggled in business through a lack of knowledge and courage. Is it time to invest to grow knowledge?

In recent weeks, many have been struck by how many Execs are off the pace and there is a growing frustration within teams due to the lack of real planning and activity within companies. It is naturally creating disengagement.

Many have noted how internal discussions seem to become almost intellectual debates rather than possess a real focus on creating change...

The journey from fear to reinvention in the past 17 months may well have changed the business landscape for good

Earlier this year, one Industry MD noted that he had estimated that the pandemic had been 5 years learning in less than a single year. Many leaders have faced so many emotions and talk of their despair at the start of the pandemic as they could only see their businesses collapse but strangely, many have become mentally stronger through the process by working...

Experts are asking, are leaders still caught in the 20th Century? 1:5 would trust a stranger before their own boss and feel there is no investment in intelligence but in control.

It is an interesting theory being developed; one which is worth a moment’s reflection. The argument is that many are still operating as we were in the 1990s and that there has been little evolution in leadership or management thinking at board level. There is a natural friction emerging as each emerging generation is better educated than the one before but companies have...