How to work: Don’t let working from home become living in the office
When working remotely, it can be difficult to have a boundary between your professional and personal life, but there are some steps you can take to create one
Hear we are again. New year, new lockdown. I would wager that, for quite a few people this month, finding the motivation to begin 2021 on a productive note may prove challenging.
Finding motivation is not a mystery, however. It often just requires a bit of discipline and, as we get to grips with the prospect of working from home for a while longer, now might be an opportune time to revisit your habits, so you...
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How to manage: Keep the virtual lines of communication open
Remote working has led many employers to ditch the emails in favour of phone or video calls and to improve how they communicate with their teams
How I work: ‘As a leader, you must create a vision you believe in passionately’
You must be approachable, open and honest and be accessible to your team at all times, according to Veolia’s Joe Higgins
Movers and Shakers: New country leader for BearingPoint
Partner Gillian O’Sullivan is promoted from technology delivery role
How to manage: Put people at the centre of your business strategy
By putting their focus solely on technology in adapting their work processes, many organisations risk bypassing the most essential and valuable asset: their people