Author Archives: Bryony Richards

During the Summer, the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce launched the Chamber Champion Awards to recognise businesses’ hard work during the Coronavirus outbreak.   We were delighted to discover that we were awarded the Highly Commended title in the ‘Accomplishments in Adaptability’ Award for our innovation and diversity during these difficult times. The winners from…


Undeniably, this pandemic is something none of us (besides Bill Gates) were expecting. It’s either risked or directly affected quite literally, every aspect of our lives. Our physical health, our businesses, our mental welfare, our occupations, our families, our social lives and anything else you could possibly think of, I’m sure it’s been affected. There’s…


Back in May, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson told us that ‘the UK will be changed’ . If there’s one thing we all have in common at the moment, it’s the shared experienced of change. It seems fitting that the first thing we’ve learnt from the pandemic is; adaptability. The Art of Adaptability Both businesses and individuals have endured major…


Is there someone in your life whom you would feel comfortable phoning at 4 in the morning to tell your troubles to? This is a question that a psychiatrist and professor at Harvard University ( George Vaillant ) asked. The answer to which, he used in predicting life expectancy. Countless studies have confirmed that a key component…


The ways ISO Quality Services Ltd have adopted to cause the least amount of disruption with day-to-day working can be adapted and applied in most every business. Especially as we are all currently in the same boat. Since the lockdown period was extended by the Government, strategies to minimise the impact of this are still being…


  When you look outside of a morning, it would appear life as we know it has come to a stop. At this point; we no longer have to put our keys in our doors to leave for work, but instead we put our passwords into our laptops to start the day. Whilst we’re all staying…


It’s been well established over the past few weeks that working from home is the new normal, and will be for a little while. Every company that can, has been enforcing this in order to protect themselves and their employees from the Coronavirus crisis. With this change, as with any, comes perks and hitches. Generally…