Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • How Introverts Can Function Better in an Office Environment

    Today's workplace seems to be geared towards extroverts. Outspokenness, self-confidence, and interpersonal communication are encouraged and admired. And because this style of interaction has become mainstream, introverts often feel overlooked and misunderstood. But they can be just as productive and innovative as their loud and confident counterparts.

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  • 11 Tips on How to Make Your Business Meetings Run Smoothly

    A lot of us dread the office meeting. They are an unwelcome interruption when we're busy with work projects and racing towards that next deadline. They also mean that we have to be in the same room as that annoying manager or co-worker we’ve been trying to avoid. But meetings also allow teams to get together to determine goals and to establish who is responsible for each task. This makes business meetings a necessary evil, and a crucial method of communication between management and employees. We can all agree that the best kind of meeting is a short and efficient meeting, so we’ve put together eleven tips on how you can keep your next meeting running smoothly.

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  • A Manager’s Guide to Creating Trust in the Office

    Trust is vital if you’re looking to create a group of personnel that works together amicably and productively. Employees who have trust in you as a manager and in your company as a whole will be motivated to ensure that it prospers. A trusting relationship is built and maintained at work step by step with each action you take. It’s cemented with every interaction you have with a staff member. Trust can be a fragile thing, but over time it can be strengthened. Continue reading

  • How to Stop Being Lazy and Boost Your Small Business with Kaizen

    As a small business owner, you'll no doubt find yourself setting new goals and challenges on a regular basis. But just as often, you fail to achieve those goals or neglect to meet the challenges. You end up telling yourself that you're not ready yet and that you'll do it tomorrow. Or next week. Perhaps next year?

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  • How Will a No Deal Brexit Impact Your UK Business?

    Britain has been granted a Brexit delay until 31 October. Prime Minister May had originally hoped for a much shorter delay until 30th of June. Her hopes were dashed when EU leaders rejected her proposal.

     

    Theresa May now has six months to persuade Parliament to agree to her deal. But so far, the Brexit standoff has proven to be unbreakable, with MPs thrice refusing to agree to her deal.

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