We are living through a radical transformation of the workforce, workplaces, and the way we work. The future of work is coming faster than organisations can keep up, and professionals are sprinting to bridge the skills gap and meet new demands.
Aston University has been shortlisted for the University of the Year in the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2021.
Work-life balance goes beyond managing two competing priorities. For most professionals, “life” includes school, family responsibilities, hobbies, volunteering, social events, exercise, downtime, and the prioritisation of mental health.
In today’s virtually connected world, it’s more important than ever for organisations to use digital marketing to reach audiences everywhere. As a digital marketer, you want to be everywhere but your consumers want you to be local.
Oftentimes, creativity is overlooked in the conversation about the role of a leader. Linkedin has consistently named creativity “the most important skill in the world” on their annual skills list.
Diversity in the workplace doesn’t just serve employees, diversity strengthens a business and produces a more creative, innovative, and resilient organisation.
For many world leaders and business executives, the COVID-19 pandemic put leadership skills to the test. The pandemic placed leaders in the spotlight and asked the question, “which leadership styles prevail in times of crisis?”