Resilience in uncertain times – The Bulletin: Issue 73
Resilience in uncertain times
The Coronavirus pandemic is first and foremost, a human tragedy. Resilience is a key coping skill at home, and also an imperative trait for business leaders to practice in order to remain positive, be prepared and keep moving forward so that when the dust settles, they’re able to return businesses to growth.
During these uncertain times, we are all working hard to equip our businesses to survive and thrive in a very challenging economic environment. Resilience is a key coping skill at home, and also an imperative trait for business leaders to practice in order to remain positive, be prepared and keep moving forward so that when the dust settles, they’re able to return businesses to growth.
I’ve been around long enough to have been through several severe downturns and subsequent recessions. Some of the lessons I’ve learnt along the way are definitely relevant in the environment we find ourselves in today. None of us know how long this is going to last or what twists and turns we will witness on the way. But as part of our commitment to ‘always having a positive, life-changing impact on everyone we work with’, we’ve put pen to paper to share our key thoughts as we focus all of our efforts to help you succeed.
Enjoy the collection of insights and as always, please feel free to contact us – we’d be delighted to hear from you.Click to read The Bulletin – #73
Resilience in uncertain times – in this Issue:
- Perspectives from our Managing Partner, Keith Hunt, on resilience
- Forced adoption unlocks profitable growth for the technology sector
- Private equity insights and outlook
- Leadership resilience during COVID-19
- Life sciences supply chain resilience: now and post COVID-19
- Raising funds: ensuring a successful fundraise in today’s economic environment