Last week, I attended the Women in Business Expo Virtual. Here's my three highlights from the two-day event.
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In the second half of our interview, we asked Olive Strachan what businesses need to consider when it comes to diversity and inclusion - what practical changes they can make and how they should approach the topic in the context of their reputation.
In the first of a two part series, we sit down with Olive Strachan MBE to find out more about how she works with businesses on diversity and inclusion, as well as hearing her views on the recent Black Lives Matter movement
With many of us conducting our meetings virtually over the past few months, Caroline Fletcher looks at how our business etiquette has changed in this time.
A Fourth Day whitepaper
CEOs from six technology companies, all at different stages of growth, discuss their attitudes towards personal profile. Download the whitepaper.
We've been blown away by some of the stories of positivity we've witnessed in recent weeks. And our clients are doing everything they can to contribute to this. Here are a couple of examples.
In celebration of International Women’s Day 2020, we asked some women (who are bossing life) what the day means to them, who they are inspired by and if they have any nuggets of advice for young females starting out in their industry.
In Germany beer is seen as part of the national identity. This is reflected in its widespread availability, everywhere from motorway stations to gyms. It’s even legal to buy beer at 16 years of age.
When I hear business leaders attribute their success to the fact that they are always working – I recently heard someone boast 19 hours a day – I don’t believe it. It reminds me of Monty Python’s Four Yorkshireman sketch when Eric Idle reminisces about how he used to get up half an hour before going to bed and work 29 hours a day ‘down mill’.