We’re only weeks into the GDPR, and already companies all over the country have misinterpreted and misunderstood the legislation, or just simply buried their head in the sand when it comes to getting compliant.
Here, we take a look at the ten most common mistakes of selling your business and how to avoid making them.
The zeal with which a new manager approaches their role is a wonder to behold. They are dying to get stuck in, and have much to prove: that they will establish themselves successfully and uniquely within the workplace and that they will look after clients well.
It’s all well and good winging it on occasion; we all do it and it can work well. Sometimes. However, if you don’t have any end goals in sight or you haven’t set out any real KPIs to target,
Leaders build trust through being open and transparent and willing to admit mistakes. More and more, the public expects leaders to be positive role models. And that includes those at Uber.
Leaders are often spinning many plates, so it stands to reason that CEO mistakes will happen – these are the most common ones to watch.
Whilst you may be excited that you are finally in charge of your own company, it is important that you take the time to make sure that you are setting up your company sensibly. Here are the top five mistakes made by new businesses and how to avoid making them yourself.
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