Monthly Archive for July, 2017

Getting Started As A Contractor: Handy Things To Know

Flickr If you believe your skillset to be competent enough to work for you and you alone rather than for a firm directly, then you might be tempted to work as a contractor. This affords you many freedoms, such as choosing what jobs you take, what hours you work, and how much money you quote […]

The Perfect Careers For Social Butterflies

Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you always have something to say no matter what the topic is? Are you part of a large social circle? If the answer to these questions is yes, then you may want to think about breaking into an industry that allows you to exploit your love of being […]

How To Stay Informed Of Industry Innovations

No matter what your business is, the question many professional business owners ask of their staff in boardrooms is, what makes a great product even greater? Is it the design or real-world use? Perhaps it’s the way it’s made, how efficiently it can be manufactured and thus, more can be made to service the needs […]

How Important is Leadership to the Success of Your Company?

If you want to run a business, you’re going to need to have the right leadership skills, but why? Why is leadership really so important in the world of business? Is it overrated or is it as important as everyone says? It’s time to look at what a leader really does and how this affects […]

Don’t Wait For A Promotion To Be A Great Leader

Flickr The self-help and motivational industry is replete with positive reinforcement, and as a modern, internet-using citizen, it’s likely you’ve encountered some of it. It might have rubbed off on you, and now your ambition is reaching levels that it’s never experienced before. This is good! Everyone’s life could benefit from a solid rejuvenation in […]

Ensuring Your Team Work Well, Even When You’re Not There

There are lots of excellent advantages to working in a team in the business sphere. You can pull plenty more ideas together – after all, they do say that two (or three, or four) heads are better than one. Team mates in the workplace can inspire each other, and hold each other to account; and […]