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.
There are numerous reasons behind corporate reinvention, such as efforts to regain popularity, international expansion, name disputes and the need to evolve with customers.
Emojis are almost a way of life – people use them across social media and in tweets all the time. But should businesses be joining in, or is it unprofessional?
Life is a 24 hour, 365 days a year conversation. We’re constantly speaking to colleagues, customers or strangers. Even when sleeping we’re still talking. And when we’re not, we’re often dying to speak but lacking the courage to do so.
A company was hired to help construct a mobile game version of Westworld. However, it used copyrighted code – bugs and all – from its previous employer: the creator of Fallout. Let’s just say a lawsuit is now in the pipelines.
A business mishap or a PR stunt gone wrong – they happen even to the biggest companies. In terms of building a trusted brand, there’s a lot to be said by how a business chooses to handle a PR crisis.
What advice do you wish you had received in your teenage years? 50 high-profile people sought to answer the question in one sentence – and the results are an inspirational guide for business, leadership, and being better than you currently are.
With the World Cup in full swing, bosses across the country are deciding the extent to which they should embrace football fever – or, indeed, ignore it altogether.
Friday might be fun, but Tuesday’s the day to get stuff done. After all, it gets the highest productivity rankings of all other days of the week, according to an Accountemps survey of managers.
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.
We asked business leaders to describe their companies in a haiku. Here’s what they came up with.
A list of the traits and assets you’ll need to work on to run a successful business, all compiled in a periodic table.