Preventing, managing and resolving team conflict isn’t easy, but it is an essential leadership skill. Director and co-founder of Consensio, Alexandra Efthymiades, offers three top tips on how to deal with workplace conflict.
Head of Consulting at Leyton UK, Radeep Mathew, shares his views on the cash flow issues that SMEs are facing.
Financial Partnerships Manager at Xero UK, Ben Johnson, shares the finance options available to businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Content expert, Uday Tank reveals the ways Instagram can be harnessed for effective business marketing purposes.
Gayle Carpenter is the ceo and founder of Sparkloop, a UK based creative agency. Amid the COVID-19 lockdown, she is running her business from home and caring for her child.
Only a few weeks ago, COVID-19 seemed like a faraway threat, but today it’s disrupting western markets and investments. John Hockney explains.
Bridging loans are a popular form of auction finance, helping new and established investors across the UK pick up properties at discounted prices.
HR managers need help and support with dealing with the COVID-19 crisis, here are some tips from a business psychology perspective.
In our increasingly eco-conscious world, consumers expect brands to be dedicated to charitable initiatives, environmental sustainability, and workers’ rights; as opposed to purely chasing profits.
Securing a mortgage when you have a poor credit history is a challenge, but seeking a commercial mortgage can be even trickier. Here’s how to do it.
In the 4th century BC Aristotle wrote in his book ‘Rhetoric’ that a persuasive speech is supported by three pillars; Ethos – being credible and of good character. Logos – being logical and factual and Pathos – having emotional appeal. Each pillar is important because people are rarely persuaded by just one of them. Incorporate all three and you will greatly enhance the chances of the audience being convinced by what you say.
We’re told as entrepreneurs that bigger is best, that we should concentrate on growth at all costs and that a key measure of success is turnover and the number of staff that we employ. But that approach can lead to misery, burn out and poor mental health. Here’s my own story about growth, expectations, ego and the lessons I learned as a CEO of a growing business.