Brits are notoriously conservative at selling themselves in social situations, and even the most experienced sellers can find themselves at a loss sometimes with a prospect.
Networking is a large part of business, so the revelation that most Brits drink on a work night shouldn’t come as a surprise – but it turns out networking is far down the list of reasons why.
Our lives are governed by an intrinsic, almost mystical-like force that influences and informs most of our decisions. Don’t believe me? Take a look in the mirror. This “invisible influence” inspired what clothes you wore today, what car you drove to work, and even where you ate for lunch. It’s called social influence. And it’s an omnipresent force in your next customer’s shopping decision.
Instagram, hashtags and LOL-ing meant nothing to anyone ten years ago. And while to many people, they still don’t, you’d be hard pushed to find a Millennial who didn’t use them on a daily basis. But why is this relevant to the world HR and recruitment?
Rodney Schwartz, founder of ClearlySo, on the effect that social change can have on a business's possibility of success.
A new book, "The Social Brand", suggests that each of us has a virtual "brand bank account" in our minds for each brand or business we deal with.
Ivan Ivanov believes there are seven reasons why every business regardless of size, location or sector ought to become more socially responsible.
Social sharing has changed drastically over the past year. Consumers no longer exercise a one dimensional approach to social content sharing.
Consumers, employees, even shareholders and senior business leaders are looking beyond the bottom line and considering the social purpose of what they do.
Lesley Cowley, CEO of Nominet, explains how the Internet has catalysed the growth in social enterprise and will continue to do so in the future.
Michael Veenswyk examines the obstacles businesses encounter in fitting social media into their day-to-day activities without disrupting the workflow
CIO's will rise to the forefront of corporate influence and data ownership will be ever important, says Rob Howard of Telligent, revealing his predictions for a year of social business.