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Careers & Cocktails–now’s the time!

It makes more sense to plan your next move, when you are less frazzled, and away from the demands of the job. When you are relaxed and can enjoy the emotional and mental space that comes with a summer holiday

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Posted in Career Management, Company Culture, Decision Making

How to manage and motivate Millennials

They are just so frustrating, never do what you want them to do, and always have a smart retort, as for the Y generation they should be called the YY Generation; why do I have to do that? Why should

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Posted in change management, Company Culture, Engagement, people

Do YOU run your business or does IT run you?

  Aside from the few occasions that can best be described as: it’s got to be done now, the I’ll be home late tonight call or the Saturday morning in the office just to catch up – are you the

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Posted in Business Growth, Company Culture, leadership, Values

I’m the Monster my Boss Created

Six words uttered by my boss that concluded a disappointing conversation on a proposal that had been rejected by their boss. I only ever heard them once and we never referred to them again and yet they have remained with

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Posted in Career Management, Company Culture, Decision Making, leadership

Would YOU follow YOUR leadership style?

Our responsibility as business leaders is to inspire our people not hinder them, to remove all the emotional and physical obstacles that stop them believing that the apparent impossible, is actually possible!

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Are you in control of your cyber creep?

Has your personal life succumbed to the cyber habits of the office? Cyber creep is killing conversations and undermining relationships at work and at home – a survey by Good Technology reported that 69% of staff check their emails before

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Posted in communication, Company Culture, e-commerce, Engagement, Skill Sets, Social Media, Values

How many game changers do you employ?

If 78% of game changers – those who effect significant shifts in the current way of doing or thinking about something – have left companies to work for themselves, what type of employees remain? The survey by eg.1 on the

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