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5 Signs Your Company Is Stuck In The Past

Failing to move with the times can cost you customers. Without adopting the latest methods and technology, you won’t be able to compete with the efficiency of other companies. You could also be making life harder for yourself and your employees – while you may take comfort in tradition, learning new methods could result in a lot less stress in the long run.

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How Globalization Affects Businesses

With the world constantly getting smaller, businesses need to have a firm understanding of globalization and what it can mean for their operation. Globalization can affect all areas of life and, while there are certainly some advantages, there are also a few drawbacks which are important to be aware of too.

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Sadfishing - The Latest Toxic Social Media Trend

We've had Tweeps, sliding into your DM's, Vaguebooking and Sharebait and now comes along Sadfishing which is being hailed as a toxic threat especially to young children.

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6 Mistakes that People Make with their CV

Your resumé / CV is your golden ticket to a new career... or potentially the quickest way to kill your prospects of a dream job. Why? Because all too often recruiters / employers are looking at ways to rule you out so they can get to the best candidates, so here I have highlighted some common mistakes that people make which you can easily eradicate:

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Protect Your Banking App - Protect Your Clients

Building applications for mobile devices has become the new industry for developers to get-rich-quick. Often times developers will seek to create the next innovative app that revolutionizes society as we know it. Other developers seek to improve upon what we already have. A new industry to begin their transition towards the digital age is the banking industry.

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Building Strong Workplace Connections

At a conference I was speaking early this year in London, I got to meet with Amanda, the vice president of a Fortune 500 company. During our lunch conversation, I got to know that Amanda was a young vice president at thirty-two years of age.

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Why It’s Every Leaders Job to Be a Coach

There are thousands of professionals all across the world who call themselves “leaders.” In reality, the vast majority are leaders in title alone. While they have direct reports and authority over others because of seniority or prior performance, they aren't actually leading; they’re managing.