Choosing someone to be a business partner can seem like a daunting task. Do you go for that friend you’ve known since high school or a family member? How about that ex-colleague, or maybe even a complete stranger? With so much to consider it’s clear to see why 80% of business partnerships fail. With the right … More How To Choose a Business Partner
GDPR, or The General Data Protection Regulation, is a European Union law regulating data protection and privacy for individuals in the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA). It actually came into effect in April 2016, but with a two-year transition period that ended on May 25 of this year – which explains the sudden … More Be GDPR-Ready In Your Student Recruitment
Never has our future required smarter custodianship. The technological, political, and social progress – and turmoil – of recent years has positioned our culture on the brink of an unknowable tomorrow. What we do know is that we need our business leaders to be wise, innovative, and compassionate in the decades to come – but … More How to Become a Leader of Tomorrow
The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) is holding its annual conference from 6-8 June in Copenhagen, Denmark, under the theme of Education 4.0: New Jobs, New Skills, New Education. Like any upgrade with a ‘dot’ in it, Education 4.0 is an opportunity to build on the solid foundations of what’s come before while mixing things up … More How To Prepare Business Students For The New Economy
When you’re running a business, it’s essential to stay abreast of results in every area of your company – even those that aren’t quantified in terms of revenue. A successful marketing strategy reveals trends today that will pay off tomorrow, if you remain informed enough to capitalize on your hits and to learn from your … More A Business leader’s guide to Facebook insights
What’s worse than conflict in the workplace? Unresolved conflict. Bottling up the feelings you get from workplace injustice, incompetence, or disrespect can lead to stress, health problems, and reduced productivity – not to mention the ongoing professional damage being done by whatever the contentious issue is. On the other hand, confronting the person with whom you have … More How to face up to conflict at work
Communication is a major but underrated factor in most jobs. While face-to-face or phone interaction can seem intuitive, when it comes to sending a professional email, there is a whole new level of etiquette and technique of which you need to be sure. Continue reading at Classy Career Girl.