Category Archives: Recovery

Making the Most of a Potential Advertising Disaster

The nice people at Licor Beirao spent good money on an advertising board at Wembley stadium, making the most of their home country Portugal playing England in a warm up for the Euro2016 tournament. They got rather more exposure than they bargained for when Portugal’s Bruno Alves lost his head, almost taking England striker Harry Kane’s with him. Their… Read More »

Delivering More For Less

Delivering more from less is today’s critical business requirements. Your people are expensive to employ and demanding to manage. They are often talked about as being an organisation’s greatest asset but redundancies and pay freezes indicate a more challenging perspective. Your people can be a (the?) major component of your competitive advantage strategy. Structured Training… Read More »

A quick note on depression …

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The Recession Is Now A Year Old

The recession is now a year old (happy birthday?) and during that year employees have been under pressure. Pressure to deliver results with reduced budgets, pressure to bring in new business when leads have dried up, pressure from seeing friends and colleagues leaving their business and those of their customers and suppliers through redundancy and… Read More »