Business leaders are moving beyond just protecting their business from current events, and using their learnings from recent months to re-imagine the way we will all work in the future.
The CEOs we work with have shared with us their current challenges, including:
In the spotlight: CEO of Simarco Simon Reed on prioritising partnership and communication during a period of change
Simon Reed, CEO of Simarco International, tells us how he and his management team directed their leading independent freight and logistics company during recent events. He explains that the focus was on customers, suppliers and staff.
"As a CEO you are currently navigating a challenging environment, leaving many unsure of what the future holds. But businesses with a clear plan, strong values and a sound culture have many reasons to remain confident. If you are willing to adapt and question business as usual, the growth prospects are huge."
David Dunckley, CEO
Our experts give their top tips to help CEOs steer their organisations through today’s major challenges.
How you can write an effective business plan for the 'new normal':
1 Know your story. Know your audience.
2 Build agility into your business plan
3 Collaborate and communicate
4 Stress-test the numbers
5 Write it down
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