07 AUGUST 2020
Too Black & Not Black Enough
Brunswick’s Hayley Singleton, a woman of mixed race, reflects on the conversations, judgments and perspective that come with “existing in two worlds.”
22 JULY 2020
Half a World Away
What does “work from home” mean when work is New York, but home is India? Vedika Kumar, from Brunswick’s New York office, shares her pandemic perspective.
Technology, Media and Telecoms - 08 JUNE 2020
Adam Grant: WorkLife Leader
Sir Alan Parker poses three questions to Grant, the author of four New York Times bestselling books, the host of a chart-topping podcast called WorkLife and the organizational psychologist who for seven years has ranked as Wharton’s top-rated profess
01 OCTOBER 2020
The New Yorker
For years, my KC cap was a symbol of resistance. Then the pandemic struck.
Digital - 03 DECEMBER 2020
Connected Leadership: Communicating From the Outside-In
How can CEOs engage a WFH workforce? Fewer all-company emails and more social posts, says Craig Mullaney.
26 MAY 2020
Brunswick Contracts and Data Manager Graham Carter recalls his late wife's courage.
Healthcare and Life Sciences - 23 DECEMBER 2020
As a child in Gloucestershire, England in the 1760s, Edward Jenner, creator of the first widely used vaccine, overheard a dairy maid say, “I shall never have smallpox because I have had cowpox. I shall never have an ugly pockmarked face.”