Have you got what it takes to win in corporate life? Here's 5 reality-checks to get you moving in the right direction.
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When you are seeking out new clients, impressions based on appearance are sometimes nearly as important as your actual background and skills. While speech and dress are crucial elements in presentation, there are some less subtle ways to boost your image as a legitimate business.
In the age of Facebook, Kickstarter and Groupon, startup teams are getting younger, more ambitious and diverse, but the synergy amongst team members are not always there. This is why even the most innovative and creative startups can learn from established companies about effective human capital management and team development.
Startups hire quickly for growth and are firing even quicker when employees don't work out. Act fast, be fair and move on.
There are some minor differences between negotiating online and negotiating offline, so we`re going to be comparing the two and also offering some general advice to help you with negotiations both online and offline.
There are some management tips that can make the entire process easier on both you and your potential employees. Learning to delegate properly will set up your business for the right kind of growth in the future.
Recognizing problems early can save a lot of work later on down the road. Sometimes you have to see the signs and fix things before it’s too late.
Strengthening and growing your business along with engaging and developing your employees should be the items at the top of your "to do" list. Fortunately, when executed properly, these goals complement one another very nicely
As we trade in the industrial age for the information age, the idea of the solitary worker is coming to an end. Problems require teams, not individuals, to solve.
We are all aware of how personality clashes can disrupt the work environment, but there’s a more subtle — and sometimes more damaging — clash that you need to be aware of. When management teaching styles clash with personalities, productivity suffers, the employee suffers, and the company suffers.