In a crisis, there’s a real temptation to focus on the here and now. Our instinct is to go into survival mode. It’s hard enough to think about getting through the next 24 hours, let alone to think about what to do once the crisis is over.
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Social media has created a whole new headache for brands and their employees, and many are still getting to grips with it. It’s an issue that’s become more prominent as society has embraced online campaigning. In various sectors, campaigners have…Read More
Have you ever considered what you would do if, say, a newspaper said that your business was (incorrectly) a dogging site? (And no, I’m not defining that!) It might seem like an outlandish idea for you to consider, but as…Read More
While you can pay special attention to your team’s wellbeing during a crisis, one thing that’s a big help for people navigating tough situations is resilience. Resilience isn’t developed overnight. It’s also not necessarily something that carries over from home…Read More
Even before the government amended the social distancing rules, I’ve noticed people start to flout the ‘stay at home’ guidelines more and more as lockdown continues. When I first had to travel across London to collect some bits from my…Read More