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CV-19? Flexibility – For the Win!

It turns out you have a lot of time to think when you’re ‘sheltering in place’ and there’s certainly a lot to think about especially when it comes to growing a business and how all of this is going to impact the future. The first thing I’ve had to wrap my head around is the […]

5 Ways Technology can Keep Your Employees Engaged

This is a guest post from Bea Potter, a freelance writer, that we thought might be a good change of pace – check it out. Employee engagement is hugely important challenge in the modern workplace. Studies have shown that engaged employees are more productive, meaning that understanding how to keep your staff engaged is a […]

Thoughts from CV-19 Bunker

Now that we’ve all had a week (or more) of ‘sheltering in place’ and hunkering down to slow the spread of Covid-19, I thought I’d share some things I’ve seen that you might find helpful. But before that, one thing I’ve noticed about myself is an almost burning need to continually check the internet for… […]

Coronavirus…Looking for silver linings.

If working from home has been on your wish list, it’s highly likely you are going to get to experience it in the coming weeks; provided it’s an option in your profession.  Mitigating the spread of the COVID-19 virus is a challenge we all need to be taking ownership of.  I’m convinced, by the time […]

Are you clear on the ‘Who’ (and the ‘What’)?

One of the great things about a smaller business or a start-up is the feeling of teamwork you get (if you’re doing it right). Opportunities or challenges come up and it’s all hands on deck, with everyone chipping in to rise to the challenge. When you’re trying to scale your business, that level of teamwork […]

Want to engage someone? Try this…

You’ve likely had this experience. You meet someone at a networking event and you introduce yourself You start with your name – ‘Hi, I’m Joe Smith’. And then… almost certainly… you tell them your title or your job. ‘I’m the VP of Stuff at Company X’ or ‘I’m an accountant’, or ‘I own Business Y’. […]