Running your own business can be a million different things: exhilarating, daunting, demanding, liberating, stressful and rewarding. But whether you’re aiming to open a shop or become the next Richard Branson, there are means and ways of ensuring you get the fundamentals right, which will make the rollercoaster all the smoother.
Starting your own business is hard work – seriously hard work – and can quite often feel like you’re on a rollercoaster. But if you believe in what you’re doing, it can also be the most rewarding job in the world.
In the wake of the Royal Mail fiasco, Hugh Hitchcock (DJM Solicitors) advises SMEs on how to get the right valuation for their company.
Research shows that poor interviewing has a negative correlation between assessment and performance. Simply put the interviewer would have achieved better results by flipping a coin. Here are tips to make your interviewing more professional and effective.
There is a TV trailer for this week’s Uncover Boss which shows is a girl proclaiming ‘You are picking on me!’ as she tearfully leaves the office. Her boss is left rubbing his head in confusion and exasperation. If you fear this may happen to you here are some tips to avoid such an emotional outcome.
According to Ed Miliband’s speech writers, Job Seekers’ Allowance won’t be paid to those who don’t possess the skills to get a job, and these under-skilled workers will be faced with an ultimatum – train or get no benefits!
The economy is moving, business coming in and now is the time to hire. But how to interview for the right cultural fit for your company?
Whenever I’m working with salespeople and business owners to help them generate better results from their cold calling, I start by looking at their current performance, so we can easily see where quick improvements can be made.
Here are 7 common mistakes they are usually making – have a look at them, and see how many you or your team are currently guilty of
This one is for all the networkers who are always talking about what you should and shouldn’t have on your business card…..there are also a few reality tips below from me!
One of the most common questions asked by directors and managers is “why is salesperson x under performing?” closely followed by “and what can I do about it?”
I think many Londoners and visitors to the city genuinely hate Bob Crow for the massive disruption he has caused, not to mention the 50 million quid a day this 48-hour underground strike is costing.