Category: Management & Leadership

5 Ways to Save Money on Your Next Business Trip

~by Meghan Belnap~ . If you travel frequently for work, you are probably aware that there are different ways to save on business expenditures. Most companies fail to look into the variety of options because they lack the time and the expertise. However, any saved amount can help maintain a budget and create more opportunities…
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Factors that Attract More footfall on Your Online Business

Online business is booming at a rapid pace, and the number of business getting online are just getting more and more. Generating revenue from the online world has become a primary business strategy for brands. Which leads us to the optimisation of the website and if getting and keeping traffic is a problem for you,…
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Online Marketing: The do’s and don’ts to follow

Useful Online Marketing Suggestions How to Thrive in the World of Online Marketing: Intro Online marketing is a pretty tricky thing in this day and age. Although it’s tricky and confusing, it’s something all modern businesses need to comprehend. If you represent a business in contemporary society, you have to have a grasp of digital…
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How to Improve Business Productivity With Better Organization

~by Kara Masterson~ . In today’s workplace, it is essential to always be productive. Nowadays we live in a fast-paced world and everyone wants everything now. That means that there will be high expectations of immediate response within your business from your clients. That is just one reason why you need to make sure that…
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How to Ensure Your Production Facility Meets Safety Requirements

~by Kara Masterson~ . Safety regulators are getting more and more strict when it comes to the safety at plants and warehouses all over the world. One of the best ways to ensure you are not in violation is to stay ahead of the game. Here are some ways to make sure your production facility…
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5 Great Team Building Exercises for Leadership Training

~by Meghan Belnap~ . Leadership teams must be able to function well together as a cohesive team. Unfortunately, that does not happen by mere chance or with time. Rather, with intentional effort cohesion can be developed. Many leadership training courses offer team building exercises and activities to help develop that cohesion. From the silly to…
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4 Compelling Reasons to Throw Office Parties

~by Rachelle Wilber~ . The term “office party” can conjure images of lackluster break-room gatherings or stuffy dinners. However, office parties can provide valuable opportunities for you and your employees. There are several compelling reasons for having an office party. New Perspective Office parties can provide new perspectives on your employees. Seeing people in a…
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How to Maximize Your Chances of Reaching Upper Management

~by Anica Oaks~ . Job promotion is seldom an easy and never an automatic process. Even years of hard work at the same company doesn’t guarantee advancement. Past research has revealed that while external hires made 18% more than internal promotions, they were 61% more likely to be fired. But there are some paths for…
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6 Tips for Improved Business Efficiency and Reduced Stress

~by Kara Masterson~ . Removing business inefficiencies translates into profits over the long term. Greasing the cogs of business operations, however, is easier said than done. Due to the nature of business operations being interconnected, it’s fairly difficult to modify some phases of the operation without negatively affecting others. Here are 6 tips for improving…
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Advice for New Entrepreneurs from Entrepreneurs Who’ve Been There

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . I am so blessed to be part of a community of entrepreneurs and experts in their field. They all have so much to offer, and I wanted to share their tidbits of wisdom with other entrepreneurs — especially for those who are just starting out. So I posted this question…
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