Terry Webster explains why he ditched the 9-5 and went back to university I recently managed to pin down Terry Webster, founder and director of Lindis Consulting, to find out why he chose to leave employment and start his own business. I first met Terry at a dinner and was impressed with his genuine interest… Continue reading Job security or your values: the choice we all have to make #LeadersWithValues
Nir Golan shares his vision for a more open and collaborative legal industry. I recently sat down for a chat with Nir Golan, General Counsel for a multinational company, to talk about driving change in legal services. I’ve met thousands of lawyers over the past two decades and, I think it’s fair to say that… Continue reading Is it possible for lawyers to live their values? #LeadersWithValues
Nikki Grigg talks change and transparency in a cloudy industry I recently sat down for a catch up with Nikki Grigg, founder of County Employee Benefits, an employee benefits business. When we’d first met at a professional services dinner, she had been very open about her 15 years’ experience in an industry plagued by commissions… Continue reading For the greater good: how employee benefits can help deliver your strategic aims #LeadersWithValues
Nobody likes talking about the R word. It's possibly the only non-profanity that's less popular with business than the B word. Deal-makers, bankers and accountants: no one likes to say that deal volumes are down. Lawyers possibly least of all. After all, financial services is a lofty confidence game and nobody wants to startle the… Continue reading Are you recession ready?
Why Friends is the evergreen content every marketer needs to love Talk about spotting a hole in your pipeline: Netflix recently paid $100m to extend its contract to show Friends for one more year on its service. $100m. $2.74m per day. For Friends. Which ended 15 years ago. Which we watched for free at the… Continue reading Forever friends… Have you got your evergreen content strategy right?