In this episode Gemma Godfrey, Business Advisor & FinTech Entrepreneur, Lewis and Aldo discuss and advise on how to be realistic and strategic with managing your personal finances during uncertainty. The government is spending billions of pounds supporting businesses, subsidising employee wages and helping the UK’s 5m self-employed workers cope with the financial shock of coronavirus. However, many people are falling through the cracks of the various support schemes and are concerned about what might happen after furlough. Gemma shares some tips on how to manage your money during these times.
Shereen Daniels 'The HR Conversationalist' is an exceptional advocate for black people. You can expect an honest open conversation including: what role HR can play in tackling injustices, why performative responses to BLM are not enough and what we can do.
The last couple of months have been a learning experience for all. Nobody was truly prepared for an event like this. As humans, we are full of hope, optimism and constantly evolving as we move forward. Learning how to be successful over the long term requires a mindest of continuous improvement. Lewis and Aldo discuss the methods they use to stay motivated and on track. The truth is success isn’t a goal or destination — it’s a MINDSET you embrace to achieve your goals. Expect key takeaways you can implement into your process.
Many of us suffer from anxiety, and the events of the last few months have made people nervous, stressed and anxious. Are there things we can do to help us manage our anxiety? We were joined by Melissa Crate, Founding Director at Luminate, a wellbeing consultancy helping to improve mental health and wellness within organisations around the UK. On the Recruitment Show, we talked about how people can start to control their anxiety, coping mechanisms to deal with it and how we can learn to be comfortable being uncomfortable.
Lewis Maleh speaks with Kelly Smith O'Hara, Head of North America, Bentley Lewis. The last couple of months have been a learning experience for all. Not in living memory have so many people been confined to their homes, and unorthodox norms been enforced. While working from home may now be the preferred style for many, the speed at which individuals and organisations have had to adapt to this change has been breathtaking. Not only do leaders need to find ways of making sure business continues, but they need to do it in a safe and secure way. Lewis and Kelly share their thoughts.