A very Happy New
Year to you from everyone here at PSD.
Our first PSD
InFocus publication of 2018 offers some interesting reading on Reputational
Management, Staff Engagement and Neurodiversity by three industry experts:
Sandra Macleod, Michelle M. Crosby and John Levell. We hope that you find
these both enjoyable and enlightening.
Here at PSD we are pleased to
report that business is brisk, and that in 2017 we successfully completed some
of the most high profile and challenging assignments in our specialist markets.
The outlook for 2018 is positive with the vast majority of our clients
forecasting continued hiring, and candidates feeling increasingly positive
about making a move. Our commitment to excellence remains firmly at the heart
of everything we do here at PSD, supported by our specialist market
Our Sector Directors are always available to share their
views on what is happening in your market. Click
here to see our specialist Sector Directors.
Contributing close to $6 trillion to the UK and US stock exchanges
combined, according to the latest studies by Reputation Dividend, corporate
reputation cannot be taken for granted and left unattended.
you probably know, Directors and Partners in big-4 consultancies don’t have
dyslexia. I must have caught mine from my children, I’m sure that must be the
case. I certainly can’t have had it during education – none of my teachers
mentioned it, although it would explain the rather bumpy ride I had at
When you walk
through the doors of a business establishment of any kind you get a feeling, a
vibe, from the people who work there. Are they happy to be there? Excited?
Switched on? Energized? Genuine in their interactions with you and each other?
Or are they the opposite? Think about how that difference makes you – the
customer – feel. Now think about your own business through this same lens –
how do your employees, and your customers, feel?