The hope is they get things done and are good for communication and loneliness - in my experience, open plan offices only worsened all these things
Sorry is a simple 5 letter word, but don't you think that for some people, it is the hardest word to say. I would argue that it is one of the most powerful words in the language of communication, however it is rarely used correctly and if misused can cause great distress.
After all, the only thing worse than demotivated staff leaving, is demotivated staff staying and the cumulative impact of this is bad news for the UK economy and our future prosperity.
What if you challenged your own people to find shortcuts and break rules?
The hardest part of the growth process -- and no matter how many times you go through it, you never get used to it -- is learning to let go.
We need freedom and flexibility to complement our way of thinking.
They say you never stop learning, and I couldn't agree more. Learning is a constant journey and our understanding is always
It's by no means a finite process. But adapting an approach to suit each mum - as far as is possible - can pay dividends for the business too. No doubt, with the joy of the next pregnancy announcement will come another new mum, with a new set of expectations, fears, challenges; and another opportunity to find an even better way.
Essentially, technology is allowing for the provision of remote clinical services, via real-time two-way communication between the patient and the healthcare provider - but there's still some caution about its ability to replace the human touch.
When I was growing up, we had a timetable of classes that we had to stick to, now we have a schedule that we supposedly create, but really are often at the mercy of our children and partner's plans. How can we put the things that we really want to do in the schedule and make sure that we have time for us?