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18 days

How to Develop Your Career in a Deliberate Manner

Successful careers don’t happen in isolation. You’ll be working amongst other people, many of whom are intent on finding a way to move up in the organization too. It’s a hugely competitive landscape for employees out there. Not only will their managers be watching for which employees are worthy of getting promoted, but there’s competition from new people being recruited from outside too.

20 days

5 Roadblocks on the Scaling Up Journey

Want to scale your business? Feeling fired up and ready to take on the world? Make no mistake. Scaling up is hard work. You’re going to need energy, drive and fanatical attention to detail. Not forgetting a perpetually inquisitive brain that thrives on learning new things and absorbing the latest thinking.

21 days

5 Tricks to Improve Your Website's User Experience

A well designed website is vital to the success of any business these days. It’s one of the best ways to generate leads and for most customers, their first impression of your business comes from the website. If it is modern and sleek, and it works well, they will have a positive impression of your business. But if it is poorly designed and outdated, their opinion of you will quickly change and you can lose a lot of business. 

21 days

How to Attract Top Talent via Video Marketing

Well, I’m glad you asked! Okay, you obviously didn’t ask me… But by proxy to the conversations around finding and recruiting top talent – I have learned there are quite a few things that we can improve on in order to better find the talent. And while there are quite literally thousands of reasons as to why this is such a difficult task right now – I don’t have time to go through them all. Regardless of the reason – as business owners, executives, and hiring professionals – we need to continue doing what has got us this far; seeing the problem, then finding a solution.

21 days

How To Refine Your Recruitment Searches from The Candidate's Perspective

Most business practices can be improved by considering who the end user of said practice is, and how he or she will interact with it. For example, we often set up our support departments to easily give both customer and support agent a smooth experience in verifying security and in exploring the options available to them. We think about how it would be in the client’s shoes when arranging our own expertise to deliver the best experience possible. We pay supplier invoices as soon as possible, because we know that if the roles were reversed, we would appreciate the same.

21 days

How the Best Leaders Connect with Employees

With some people, connections come easy. Maybe you have a similar background, shared hobbies or a mutual friend. With others, however, you may not have much in common, which can make it harder to connect. If leaders aren't careful, this can also make these individuals harder to lead.