Achieving a high standard of diversity in the workplace has become increasingly important – especially given the spotlight that has been shone on this aspect of business life by the recent global pandemic and the growing awareness of racial inequality around the world. For larger businesses there are also greater reporting requirements in this area from regulators and government.
Mel Noton is an Executive Coach who has a passion for extracting the full potential of her clients which include CEO’s, senior leaders, executives or leadership teams. Mel is a specialist in managing challenging, emotionally straining and draining work conflicts and situations to successful outcomes.
Look around the B4 National network and you will see more and more companies shifting the ways in which they operate to consider all stakeholders as well as shareholders. Why is this happening and how can any business evolve, not only to embrace the opportunities this opens, but making it far more robust and successful?
No, they’re not two words you would often hear or say in the same sentence, but for Alan Wick, ‘love’ underpins his approach to business and always has. B4’s Richard Rosser had the absolute pleasure of finding out more about this engaging business coach based in Sussex who has, thankfully, recently joined the B4 community.
Oxford Professional Consulting is Oxford’s premier consultancy for Executive Business Coaching and Leadership Communication. Led by Alison Haill, Principal Consultant and Founder, who hand-picks associates to suit individual contracts. The company has clients in the UK and abroad.
Nominate your organisation to participate in the Oxford Brookes Business Challenge Week 2022. Do you have a business problem or innovation that would benefit from some external expertise? If so, Oxford Brookes can help.
I spent five years as the share tipster at the Daily Telegraph before I joined Charles Stanley, editing its long-running Questor column. I met numerous chief executives of UK listed companies on a daily basis – from FTSE 100 giants to Aim-listed tiddlers – as they attempted to convince me that their companies were the ones that Daily Telegraph readers needed to back.