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There’s something special about classic cars; from the different designs that often reflect the evolution of style over the decades, to the astonishing, gutsy horsepower you can get from particular sports vehicles of the past, to the historical sounds and smells of ever changing engines. Even the most indifferent, anti-motoring folk will raise an eyebrow of recognition at these incredible specimens of engineering and on top of this, classic and  [ Read More ]

Each year, thousands of people sign up to complete Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses. These programs do require an investment of time, effort and money, but they can prove to be hugely beneficial for individuals’ career prospects. After all, the employment market remains highly competitive and if people are to be in with a chance of landing the best jobs, they need to stand out from the crowd. If  [ Read More ]

With many lenders tightening the belt on borrowers and the cost of goods and services on the rise, many small business owners are finding themselves under a growing pile of debt. Although many businesses in this situation file for bankruptcy, there are other options businesses can try in order to dig their way out of debt and into financial freedom: Cut Unnecessary Costs In order to make headway in your  [ Read More ]

One of the most contentious areas of management in all different areas of business is the performance evaluation or review. The performance evaluation has the potential to cause anger, resentment, and frustration – on both sides of the professional relationship. But the review is an essential part of organisational life and when handled correctly can be a positive force for change and also for professional development. Find out how not  [ Read More ]

There has never been a better time for investment in the future. Consumer confidence has returned and with that the potential for every business to increase its turnover after a long period of stagnation. The recovery in the UK was good news for everyone. The recession had dragged on too long across Europe, but fortunately London has led the way out, initially with the demand for housing. There has always  [ Read More ]

One of the ways you can help your business expand is by buying new equipment, investing in transport vehicles, and the like. With better equipment and other assets, you can improve your products and services and enlist more customers as well. But purchasing new equipment and machinery, among others, is easier said than done. This is especially true if you are just starting out and do not have the necessary  [ Read More ]

I guess you have seen the picture circulating around various social networks and blogs online, about the difference between a boss and a leader (if not, do a quick Google search for it, I’ll wait). It shows a basic difference between the two: the boss will stand above the team and shout instructions from a distance, while a leader does what the name suggests: leads the team from up close,  [ Read More ]

Have a look around your office. Is it looking a bit tired, dated and in need of some serious TLC? A new working environment is a good way of injecting life, energy and motivation into the team. After all, we spend a large portion of our waking lives at work so it’s only fair to make it a pleasant environment. While an office refurb may seem like a good idea,  [ Read More ]

When it comes to important files and documents, all organisations have plenty. Companies today have to contend with an extensive array of paperwork, ranging from personnel records to payroll records, client and supplier information, inter-office memos, and more. Whilst it’s one thing to store these documents properly, it’s another thing to find the proper way to destroy them when the time comes. You can opt to destroy your company’s files  [ Read More ]

Motivated employees should be the goal of any manager. If employees feel motivated they’re more likely to give you their best work. It can be difficult to motivate a number of employees as they’re all different. Providing you are flexible in your motivational techniques and you embrace individuality you’re likely to find it possible to increase productivity and get the best out of everyone. Create a Great Work Environment You’re  [ Read More ]

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