Back in 2016, I wrote an article about how cycling was beginning to usurp golf as the executive sport of choice. With cycling now well established with all generations of business professionals I've decided to look at the reasons why cycling has been so readily adopted in favour of golf.
Social media marketing allows businesses to interact with their target audience via the internet through social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. The evolution of the digital world helped these platforms become game changers in the marketing spectrum.
At the end of the meeting, my soon to be ex-colleague sat across the table from me and said something I will never forget “I didn’t know what my job was, why I was doing it and how I was doing.” It was those words that summarized almost exactly why the cliche “People leave managers, not companies” is true. Reality had set in, she was leaving me, not the business.
Jordan Spieth is on the verge of making golf history. At just the ripe age of 24, Spieth has won three legs of the career Grand Slam (winning all 4 professional golf majors).
Digital marketing is changing the face of the business world. It is ever evolving and a very important part in establishing businesses in today’s digital era. Big or small, our technology-driven environment requires all brands and businesses to have a strong online presence.
The debate about the difference between a manager and leader has been settled. Without question, there is a difference in both definition and behavior.
What comes to mind when you hear the term “disrupt”? Does it suggest chaos, lack of direction or other unsettling events?