Why branding strategies fail
Far too often a company’s shiny new branding strategy fails to live up to hopes and expectations. Jean-Luc Ambrosi explains the common reasons for failure, and what companies can do to get their branding strategies right
How to ensure your business has the right meeting rhythm
The key to great management, whether your staff are local or overseas, virtual or in your workplace, is regular communication and a good meeting rhythm
Balancing data and gut instincts in hiring decisions
When it comes to making decisions on a new talent, many experts will say that gut instinct should be left out of recruitment. But Christine Khor explains that balancing that innate instinct with cold, hard facts has many benefits
Seamless transitions: Winning customers’ digital minds and analog hearts
It’s never been easier for businesses to reach customers – but if your digital message is confusing and comes through too many channels, it can be disjointed, and you will lose customers due to the irritation factor. Anders Sörman-Nilsson explains
Why you need to overhaul your presentations to win business
A powerful presentation is the most critical tool in communication and business today
5 ways to be more productive at work
Spoiler Alert: Start with the heart
As one generation retires from the industry, a quality transition is the key to professional survival, writes Scott Rogers
Face time—a relic from the past?
In the fourth industrial revolution – the era we are living in – leading successfully across generations and styles is vital to creating successful companies
Why good leadership is the art of asking the right questions
In today’s frantic paced world, there’s often an expectation that leaders need to have answers at their fingertips, and that’s it’s not OK to say “I don’t know” or “I’m not sure”
Is terrorism coverage now necessary for all businesses?
Terrorism insurance is essential for business clients in high-risk industries and locations – but what about everyone else?