Leadership

Leadership

Following on from last week and our discussion of the importance of team work, this week we are turning our attention to what makes an exceptional team leader? Perhaps one of the most notable examples is Winston Churchill. Churchill, a wartime hero, had nothing to...
The Value of Team Work

The Value of Team Work

With the New Year upon us we wanted to kick start our Career Blog with a focus on what matters most: teamwork. We spend on average 47 hours per week at work, your team are who you share, breakfast and lunch with and will support you through both success and times of...
Remembering Rae

Remembering Rae

It has been 96 years since we initiated the poppy to remember fallen military personnel, with Saturday 11th round the corner, we are looking back on the extraordinary war tale of Major Keith Rae – a gunner officer with the 97th (Kent Yeomanry). June 12 1940, on the...
For Soldiers. On Horses. In armour

For Soldiers. On Horses. In armour

Home to the glorious Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment and The Queens Life Guards, the ‘dramatically modern and uncompromising’ Barracks are quite a sight! The historic landmark was constructed in 1785 – four years before the French Revolution! The stables though,...
Vagabond

Vagabond

‘Did I just make more money on wine barrel futures than I did on the stock market?” –Suze Orman Fine wine boasts one of the best performing asset classes of the last 20 years – this is the perfect excuse to literally try before you buy! Here at Aldrich we...