Perhaps it’s due to the upheaval triggered by the global economic uncertainty or maybe it is something that started growing in the 1990′s but there seems to be more talk about collaboration. It may be an underestimated advantage to growing your business.
Archive for the ‘Networking’ Category
One of the key talking points to emerge from an insightful and engaging workshop in Cork delivered by LinkedIn expert and evangelist Derek Reilly, in association with Junior Chamber International (JCI) Cork, was the usefulness, or otherwise, of writing and receiving profile recommendations on the word’s most well-known business network LinkedIn.
While it is supposedly key to their success, SMEs often have an uneasy relationship with the Internet. It’s a problem with many dimensions. Maybe the logical answer is to find ways to empower SMEs to get the information they need. So here’s an idea.
It’s a constant challenge to keep re-inventing myself—adjusting and repositioning, learning and growing, staying in touch with new developments while staying in touch with my values, and absorbing or editing out information, according to how I want to define ‘me’.
While success is nothing to do with money, survival is everything to do with creativity. It’s an innate part of us and a measure of our ability to evolve as a species. However, we all too often shift responsibility from ourselves to others.
Let me start by saying that I don’t consider myself a blogging expert, in fact, I consistently find how little I know each day, in how much more there is left for me to still find out. That said I have learned…
I took up running recently and joined a club. Now, I’m pretty much hooked on it. Running has all the advantages one would expect: fitness, weight loss and general sense of well-being…
The word “competition” conjures up an unforgiving testing concept where there can be only one winner and everyone else involved is a loser…
Bloggertone.com has grown significantly in the past year, developing a very strong business community. Hundreds of professionals have joined us already to “talk/blog about business” and there are many others to come. But why?
Did you see this article about how the Irish need to do less chit-chat and more “networking? It got me wondering about culture and doing business globally as well as within our local regions. Is this simply a clash of business cultures?