December is that time of year when business leaders around the globe look ahead to 2022 as they strive to anticipate trends.
As 2020 came to a close, we were faced with the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns that sought to help manage the spread of the virus.
While the worst of the economic crisis seems to have passed, it is still a long road to full recovery to pre-pandemic and pre-lockdown levels.
The last two years have been tough for almost everyone in the country, but it has been an even more difficult time for small businesses.
If you have decided to launch your startup in the coming year, you’ll need more than just a strong business plan and reliable resources.
Leaders have to be at their very best when things are at their worst. It could be argued that leadership matters during a crisis.
One of the hottest topics of conversation in business in 2021 is that of the Great Resignation and employees are leaving their jobs in record numbers.
Much social interaction among employees is now limited to phone calls, messaging, forwarding documents, memos, and other electronic means of communication.
Creating an ideal work-life balance has been a struggle since long before a global pandemic shut down offices worldwide and sent employees home to work.
Starting a business is a venture that demands business insight, planning, determination and drive–not to mention some good fortune.