The following article was written by School for CEOs Managing Partner, David Sole OBE.
Late January always prompts a lot of debate in my world as friends, colleagues and business associates ask for perspectives on who is going to win the 6 Nations.
There was an interesting piece in this weekend’s Sunday Times which once again, bemoaned the fact that there were too few women in the most senior roles in organisations.
The well-being of an organisation and the well-being of its workers are inextricably linked.
There was a great film on over the festive period early this year. “Made in Dagenham” told the story of a group of women in the Ford Motor Company plant...
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Juan Ignacio Amat, born in Almeria (South of Spain), married to Celia and with 4 kids. I work as General Manager for PepsiCo’s Nutrition category.