We took some time over the long weekend to reflect on what I have learned about myself so far (aside from the fact that I am an epic cocktail maker – but we all knew that anyway…)
With the market evolving and adapting during this critical time, many of us (including myself) have been acclimatising as working from home becomes the new norm that we now know.
As a woman, a daughter, a sister, a wife, a leader and an ardent women’s rights advocate, it’s been pretty special to bear witness to the rise of support for gender equality this past year.
You’ve just graduated – congratulations! You’ve survived off pot noodles, staying up all night to “finish assignments” and having to wrap yourself up in blankets throughout the winter season as the heating doesn’t work and the landlord hasn’t sorted that outbreak of mould!
The real story is that we struggle with the same challenges as everyone else. Hiring challenges. Productivity challenges. Growth challenges. Time Management challenges.
With the advances in technology, a great deal has changed over the last decade. Industries have been majorly affected by the change; many have grown, a few have been destroyed and some have completely transformed.