“COVID-19 for me is just another event. How you respond to this event is what will separate your business from the rest.” So says serial business advisor and author, Geoff Hudson-Searle, sharing his top 2021 business predictions.
When it comes to leadership development, how do you determine how much investment should be made? Founder and Managing Director of Blackmore Four, Matthew Emerson explains
We reached out to an Astro-coach?to help you understand how your star sign might affect the role you play in your business.
Although many people believe that being an entrepreneur is a glamorous vocation, the reality is often far different from the dream. Long days, heavy workloads and immense pressure often weigh you down. These factors can cloud your view of the very reason why you set up in business in the first place. And while starting up can be a steep learning curve that requires all your time and energy ? even when your business is established, there is no time to rest, or cruise along.
Pod Group CEO Charles Towers-Clark is countering the AI threat by stepping down as CEO and let his staff run things instead.
Slowly but surely we are lumbering towards Brexit. Whatever the outcome, you as a business owner and team leader have to deal with the reverberations. From my background playing professional cricket, and through my current career in performance consultancy, I know a lot about the importance of a good mindset and managing self-discipline in tricky situations. Here are my four mindset hacks that you can apply to your business when dealing with Brexit.
If you’re trying to strike a deal with another entrepreneur and whether you’re selling your business or acquiring one, make sure your negotiation skills are strong. Start by understanding what personality you’re up against. (Hint) there are four to remember.
Real Business has a coffee catchup with Turo founder Andre Haddad who believes that tech has fostered greater leadership opportunities for all CEOs.
New research shows that young people still hold prejudiced views about women in leadership roles. Do we have enough time to educate the leaders of tomorrow before the cycle of stereotyping continues?
New research reveals that male dominated SMEs are more likely to run into the red, but do these findings reveal more about gender relations rather than risk appetite and insolvency in general?
The last thing a business needs is for the boss to be the hero, says Ian Gordon.