Bad Managers – Infographic

Bad Managers – Infographic

We’ve all heard the phrase “lead by example,” but what if you’ve learned to lead from a bad example? Some leadership styles are much less effective than other, and a bad manager can demoralize employees and in the worst circumstances, lead them to quit a job they otherwise enjoy. There are four types of bad […]

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Business Safety: Five Courses You Should Offer to Employees to Keep Everyone Safe on the Job

The workplace can be fraught with potential hazards, and it’s up to employers to make sure they provide a safe work environment and train their employees in various safety measures to keep everyone free from harm. While many safety courses can be offered to employees, some are essential to almost any workplace. First Aid/CPR Training […]

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10 Reasons New Businesses Are Opting for Serviced Offices

10 Reasons New Businesses Are Opting for Serviced Offices

Property is often a risky investment. Traditional office spaces usually require a large deposit and long-term contract agreement of 3 to 5 years. This isn’t always financially viable for a start-up. In association with Skyline offices, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 reasons why new SMEs often choose to rent serviced offices instead. […]

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How to Create a Safe Small Business Environment in a Hazardous Industry

For owners and managers of small businesses based in hazardous conditions, the ability of employees and clients to conduct their work safely and efficiently is always a priority. Whether an owner is running a successful construction, waste management, or biotechnology company, it is important that employees know they are in good hands. Here are just […]

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7 Success Shortcuts Everyone Should Know

cSeven timeless techniques you need in your corporate toolkit. Source: www.inc.com Check out Geoffrey James’ list of 7 Success Shortcuts. Are there any you would add? My favorites include How to Play Clean Office Politics and How to Earn Respect.

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Ways To Enhance Your Client’s First Impression Of You

Making a good first impression is more than smiling and giving a firm handshake. The best professionals cater to their clients and bend over backwards for them. You have to speak properly and show genuine interest in the people you deal with. Learn a few ways to improve every client’s first impression of you and […]

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5 Ways to Bring Your Old School Company into the 21st Century

Many small companies that have been around for a while are a bit stuck in the past.  We see this often in family businesses that still do things the same way they did when they first started 20 years ago. If it’s not broken, why fix it?  That’s the thinking of many companies who value […]

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Financial Lessons You Can Learn from Game of Thrones

Lessons on How TV’s Most Ruthless Leaders Do Business While the movers and shakers of Westeros are fictional characters living in a fantasy world, their plays for power and leadership challenges are very realistic.  And shrewd business leaders who watch the show likely see some of their own strategies reflected back to them on a […]

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How to: Nail the PowerPoint Presentation and Wow Clients

We all know what it’s like sitting through a lackluster presentation, it can leave you bored, unimpressed and in too many cases asleep. On the flip side, a professional, engaging, interactive presentation can make you feel energised and wanting more. If you’re looking to wow potential clients by showing them everything your company is capable […]

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Comparing Payment Gateways

Comparing Payment Gateways

Do you plan to sell products online? One of the key decisions you will have to make for your e-commerce endeavor concerns accepting payments. Check out this infographic from CueCommerce to help you compare payment gateways.

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