Presentation coach and author of Unlock Your Business Voice Simon de Cintra has seen first hand the impact body language can have on a business’s potential. Here, he provides five steps on how you can improve your nonverbal communication skills as an entrepreneur.
Many companies have looked to alternative solutions when it comes to internal communication to avoid adding to the volume of email traffic. But when you’re aiming to better connect with people, is it right to start with the tech?
The traditional office landscape is changing. Gone are the days of closed cubicles, quiet workspaces and water-cooler talk. But one of the biggest changes is the rise of the remote working space.
The Confederation of British Industry estimates that conflict costs UK business £33 billion per year, taking up 20% of leadership time and potentially losing up to 370 million working days. One of the sure causes of such conflict is a difference in working styles.
Diversity is increasingly important in today’s business world. Here, director of employee benefits at Sodexo Engage, James Malia, explains why it’s not something to brush under the carpet.
Your new cloud phone system will impact every aspect of your business operations for years to come. Rafael Cortes, Foehn head of marketing, explains why an appraisal your phone provider is critical.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar where Muslims carry out a period of religious observance, including fasting, prayer and self-reflection.
It has unfortunately become the norm to spend our lunch break at our desks. While this may seem like the most convenient way of doing things, it actually robs us of a number of important benefits.
With Black Panther becoming the largest IMAX release in February and the cinema giant set to increase its global footprint, Real Business sought to learn more about IMAX’s future and ever-evolving state from its Europe and Asia senior vice president.
Despite the importance of having open friendships with co-workers, here are five topics of conversation that should probably be saved for outside the workplace.
Today’s HR managers are increasingly targeting millennials to rejuvenate the workforce. However, this generation of employees demand flexibility – in both their working hours, and working location.