2020 saw the world as we know it change almost overnight. A sudden shift in lifestyle and working behaviour, now called “The New Normal”, was a key time for businesses to define how they would start to manage new working conditions, tackle sustainability and support social movements during this difficult time.
The same should be true for any organization or company, whether they offer physical and/or digital products, services or a collection of solutions for the many challenges and needs people have.
Search online and you will find scores of results making generalisations regarding the perceived difference in traits and approaches between women and men. Words such as ‘empathy’, ‘intuition’ and ‘optimism’ have been peddled out.
The UK’s population is getting older – a fact that is affecting everything from employment policies and pension schemes to the ability of workers around the world to keep pace with innovation and structural changes.
Prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa May MP United Kingdom, met with British Council’s 70th Anniversary Women STEM scholars, demonstrating United Kingdom’s commitment to attracting the brightest Indian students to United Kingdom’s top universities.
Technology has revolutionised the workplace, changing the way businesses operate and creating space for brand new roles. But bringing in the right talent remains a challenge for many as needs evolve alongside tech developments.
Cavendish Group are proud to sponsor Dominic Barton from McKinsey & Company at APEX 2018 Leadership Symposium.