Presentation coach and author of Unlock Your Business Voice Simon de Cintra has seen first hand the impact body language can have on a business’s potential. Here, he provides five steps on how you can improve your nonverbal communication skills as an entrepreneur.
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Liz Walker, HR director at Unum UK, discusses how to implement corporate emotional wellbeing strategies which appeal to men and women equally.
The World Cup draws upon us this summer, a sporting event that will no doubt delight football fans across the globe. However, behind the sporting glory, there will be a firm spotlight on the resilience not just shown by the teams, but also the wider infrastructure in place to make it all happen.
If you plan to sell a business that operates from premises that will be included in the sale then, at some point, prospective purchasers will want to take a look around.
Syedur Rahman of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, talks about why companies will keep losing millions to financial crime unless action is taken.
The up-front costs of buying an existing company will be higher, but you will have cash flow from day one, an established customer base, existing supplier relationships and a tried-and-tested business model.
One of the key components within a business that can continue to drive it forward is your team, but sadly they are often overlooked.
Business crime solicitor Aziz Rahman examines Formula 1’s money laundering investigation and suggests ways that such a problem can be prevented in the corporate sector.
The body responsible for writing the UK’s advertising rules, the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP), has published a consultation on a proposed rule to prohibit the use of harmful gender stereotypes.
In a recent dispute between boutique chocolatier Hotel Chocolat and Waitrose, Hotel Chocolat claimed a Waitrose product was an imitation of its flagship chocolate “slab”. Waitrose has since agreed to stop making the bars of chocolate, with no court action taken.
You’re making the deal of a lifetime, yet you suspect foul play. The stakes are high and there’s distrust amongst both parties. Should you counter-act with dirty negotiation tricks to gain the upper-hand or take the high-ground and tackle the situation head on?
Are you tracking all of your competitors’ moves and spending a significant amount of time every day deciding how to react to (and outdo) those moves?