Christmas is a jovial time of year. However, it comes with numerous HR challenges.
James Wilson, VP at Cornerstone OnDemand, unveils why humility is an advantageous and helpful skill in the workplace.
Is a glass half empty mindset really such a bad thing? Real Business takes a look at the advantage of being pessimistic.
Authors Mike Southon and Chris West pop the numerous entrepreneurship myths they’ve come across as mentors.
Relinquishing control is not easy. But entrepreneurs who hand over the reins and master the art of delegation see faster growth and unlock the door to a better work-life balance, writes Barnaby Lashbrooke, founder of Time Etc.
If you have a friendly environment, chances are you have affiliation-driven people in your workforce, suggest the Monkey Puzzle Training co-founders.
Compliance is often seen as a nuisance, a “have to do” that’s part of the price of admission for companies working at global scale. However, it can differentiate your business and attract more customers.
Whether it’s cutting people off mid-sentence, people twiddling their thumbs with their eyes on the clock or slurping down a late lunch, there are habits – if left unchecked – that can turn a good meeting into a bad one.
The recruitment process sadly neglects to inform business leaders what types of thoughts go on in candidates’ heads. So, it comes as a shock when an employee decides to try poisoning a colleague. When you decide to fire that employee though, take extra precautions.
Not all candidates approach the job search like they would any day-to-day task, with energy and proactivity. Some are less enthused by the process and engage on a more passive level.
When your business reaches a stage where it make sense to appeal to multiple demographics, there are a few things to consider.
When you’re the CFO or FD of a company, then planning for growth will be a key priority. Chas Howes, former head of finance at Superdry, sets out what his goals were for the company – and what he would change if he could turn back time.