Without employees, a business is just an idea with nobody to create results. That’s why it is so important to prioritise their happiness, wellbeing and job satisfaction.
Amidst a backdrop of high street closures, physical stores must offer a customer experience that cannot be replicated online.
Recent figures from YouGov suggests 44% of UK SMEs have been targeted by fraudsters. However, many organisations still do not have protection in place to mitigate the internal and external threats.
As hordes of companies move towards an increasing pace of agility, the veracity that it’s more straightforward for SMEs to achieve the status of being an agile company can be hard to swallow. It’s not so easy for big corporates.
Adults come to work and undertake the role they are paid for, with maturity and awareness and are able to manage conflict and difficulty. Do your team regularly and consistently do this? If not, perhaps you need to consider whether you’re leading with a parenting style.
With the number of potential modern slavery victims soaring to over 5,000 last year, a legal expert has urged businesses to recognise the warning signs “hiding in plain sight”.
In a business context, what is “creativity”? Marketing? Ideas? Fluff? Nul points! It is the ability to find new ways to answer difficult questions.
How would you define financial leadership? A simple, but a highly important question, yet it is one many finance directors (FDs) struggle to answer.
Companies have increasingly been victims of cyber crime, which can prove expensive and detrimental to reputation. One way to mitigate against this risk, DeltaNet’s Darren Hockley suggests, is to think like a hacker.
As a property mentor, Bindar Dosanjh often gets asked about the characteristics of a successful investor. Here she highlights what the most important attributes are.
We regularly hear that people aren’t loyal to businesses anymore. Not to airlines, bank accounts and least of all to supermarkets. The facts, however, point to a very different story.
Recent research suggests that unproductive meetings are costing the UK a staggering £582 million a week. So if bad meetings are a regular occurrence in your workplace, it could be damaging your bottom line.