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Administration, General organization management

Can bossless management work?

January 10, 2023

Via: Strategy+Business

If you’ve been feeling like your leadership contributions are underappreciated, add a copy of Why Managers Matter to your reading list. In it, Nicolai Foss, a strategy professor at the Copenhagen Business School, and Peter Klein, the W.W. Caruth Chair […]


Administration, General organization management

Intent vs. Impact: What Leaders Need to Know to Create a Safe Space

December 22, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

What is intent, and what is impact? Intent is the idea or desire behind our language, behavior or lack of words or actions. It’s what we mean by our words or action. Impact is the effect our words, action, silence […]


Administration, General organization management

25 Businesses You Can Start For Less Than $1,000 in 2023

December 21, 2022

Via: Small Business Trends

1. Affiliate Marketing Business \Affiliate marketers earn income by posting advertising and affiliate links on their own websites. Each time someone clicks through one of these links and makes a purchase, the site owner gets a small commission. There are […]


Self-management, Stress management

For Some Entrepreneurs, Working from Home Can Create Mental Hurdles — Here’s How to Overcome Them

November 29, 2022

Via: Home Business Magazine

People who work from home can sometimes feel as though they’re never off the clock. For entrepreneurs, especially those in the early stages of getting a business off of the ground, this can come as a huge detriment to both […]


Administration, General organization management

Keep Calm And Launch: Five Lessons Learned From Five Years In Business

November 17, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

2022 marks five years since we launched Dubai-based social media, public relations, and influencer marketing agency POP Communications. And while POP might have officially come into being in August 2017, planning the business framework and brand vision was something we […]


Administration, General organization management

Why financial-services companies should set up their own talent exchanges

October 20, 2022

Via: Strategy+Business

Financial-services companies face a significant challenge: they need to reduce costs while ensuring they have the talent necessary to both run the business and continue to evolve in a highly dynamic marketplace. The “great resignation,” remote work, and enduring labor […]


Administration, General organization management

David Leonhardt on Hiring a Copywriter for Your Small Business

October 18, 2022

Via: Small Business Trends

You’ve got a great small business story to tell, but how do you find just the right words? On today’s show, David Leonhardt, President of The Happy Guy (THGM) Writing Services, sits down with Shawn Hessinger, the Executive Editor of […]


General organization management, Systems management

7 Excellent Ways to Improve Employee Security

September 30, 2022

Via: Small Biz Club

As a company grows and expands, there is more opportunity for strangers to enter the premises, with possible access to all that’s there. In this digital age, it’s important to remember that data is just as sensitive as anything physical […]


Administration, General organization management

You Don’t Have to Go It Alone. It’s Time to Let Go and Let Others Help.

September 28, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

You can find it in just about every industry: an entrepreneur who spreads themself too thin because they don’t wish to or they are simply unable to delegate critical tasks to others. But when is it time to stop doing […]


General organization management, Strategic planning

3 Important Considerations for the Beginner Entrepreneur

September 28, 2022

Via: Small Biz Club

Making it in the world as an entrepreneur is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication, and perseverance. However, with the right tools and information at your disposal, you can give yourself the best chance possible for […]


Department management, Financial

5 Ways to Prepare Your Company’s Finances for a Possible Recession

September 28, 2022

Via: Home Business Magazine

As a company owner, you have likely been dealing with all the effects of inflation as of late — the prices of raw materials have skyrocketed, shipping costs are way higher than usual, business commutes now weigh much heavier on […]


Administration, General organization management

Google’s ‘Quiet Hiring’ Method Is Excellent for Employers, But Dangerous for Employees Who ‘Quiet Quit’

September 9, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

By now, you’ve heard about “quiet quitting,” the phenomenon of employees committing to not doing the extra work that goes completely unnoticed. And you may have even heard about “quiet firing,” where employers treat employees poorly so that they’ll leave. […]


Administration, General organization management

Send Your Team Members to “Summer Camp” to Improve Critical Skills.

August 26, 2022

Via: Inc.

When Kathrin Hamm first launched her weighted blanket brand, Bearaby, she didn’t have a team member who was trained in search engine optimization. But she knew someone who did. Her friend, Dannie Hansen, was well-versed in the topic. His Munich-based […]


Administration, General organization management

5 Tips for Harnessing a Hybrid Model and Making It Work

August 25, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

With today’s employees seeking more say over where they live and work, hybrid work models are becoming increasingly popular. So, how can you make a hybrid workplace work for both in-office and remote team members? Hybrid has its challenges — […]


Communication, Department management

To Improve Your Performance as a Leader, Seek Feedback

July 15, 2022

Via: Inc.

As a leader, creating an environment where open communication and feedback are welcomed and encouraged is important. You not only need to give continuous feedback to your team, but you must seek it out as well. Asking for your team’s […]


Administration, General organization management

The 10 Best Job Interview Questions to Ask in 2022

July 15, 2022

Via: The Penny Hoarder

It’s the night before your big job interview. You’ve done your due diligence researching the company, the position and the people conducting the interview. You’re ready. But how will you respond when the hiring manager asks, “Do you have any […]


Administration, General organization management

The Top 4 Things To Study When Hiring New Employees

June 6, 2022

Via: Forbes

I have been doing a lot of recruiting lately. And it is harder, more competitive, and more time consuming as ever. It is clearly a job seekers market right now, which affords them the opportunity to take the best of […]


Administration, General organization management

How To Build A Culture Where Every Employee Can Flourish

April 14, 2022

Via: Forbes

A successful workplace is built on culture, not strategy. Strategy ensures your workplace has a path to success and longevity, but culture is what determines if that path is followed and achieved. As the nexus of any workplace, employees determine […]


Administration, General organization management

Why You Should Use Assessments When Hiring Every Level of Employee

March 28, 2022

Via: Inc.

Experienced recruiters know that finding the right employee for a role can often feel like finding a needle in a haystack. Research indicates that up to 78 percent of resumes contain misleading information and statements. Worse yet, 46 percent contain […]


Administration, General organization management

Why Company CVs Matter

March 11, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

Talent capital is an integral part of any corporation’s inherent value. It’s not enough to simply fill vacancies; businesses must fill those spots with quality candidates if they hope to continue seeing success. When a company’s survival depends on its […]