Tim Ford

Perfect retirement not a birthright, it needs work

THE ultimate luxury is to be able to look back on a full and creative working life with no regrets. To reflect with a sense of having made a difference and with the energised anticipation of being able to spend more disposable time on the things that ...

Avoiding complacency

IT seems that once many people reach mid-life they have established themselves in their chosen career and have well-established aspirations. It is a mistake to hang out in this comfort zone, however.

Questioning the established order

BABY boomers are beginning to stand aside for a new generation in the work force and it is undeniable that there are some challenging new dynamics to be considered.Loyalty to amorphous organisations is dead.

Micro management needs work

THE frailty of management has been ruthlessly exposed during the past few years.