Corporate

Eight Sharp Tips to Harpoon That Dream Job

Ed O'Meara | Posted 12.09.2014 | UK Comedy
Ed O'Meara

Jobs are horrible aren't they? What a waste of a life. Pity people who enjoy their job. They truly must have nothing. Still, while superrich psychopaths run our society you've got to play their sick, soul-destroying game. After all life comes with a monthly subscription charge, so here's how to get the job which will make everyone else think your life is great...

Nine Ways to Grow Your Business and Enjoy the Journey

Maite Baron | Posted 08.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

If you're ambitious for your business, you won't want to hang about. So here are nine growth strategies to help you get the most from your time and effort as a business owner or as an entrepreneur.

Wake Up Your Entrepreneurial Genes

Maite Baron | Posted 01.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

You are almost certainly well-educated, quite possibly with a university degree that has equipped you with an excellent foundation of knowledge and skills - theoretically that's a pretty good starting point

Nine Steps to Reinvent Yourself

Maite Baron | Posted 23.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

With the mornings getting lighter and the evening getting longer, we start to feel our spirits lifting, day by day, as Winter turns to Spring. It's the world's yearly reinvention of itself, and it's a transitional time that I hope will encourage you to do the same.

How Your Working Life Will Change by 2020

Maite Baron | Posted 18.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

I've been talking for some time about the changing world of work, and how traditional working life patterns of employment and doing business are increasingly less relevant in today's workplace. A combination of economics, technology and changing attitudes is forcing change upon us, like it or not.

The C - TBC - O: Leadership Roles Required in the Digital Era

Jack R. Miles | Posted 13.08.2014 | UK
Jack R. Miles

What's your job title? I am a Chief Happiness Officer, and you? I am a Chief Internet Evangelist. As unreal as it may sound, these job titles do exist...

7 Business Lessons From Designer Paul Smith

Maite Baron | Posted 10.08.2014 | UK
Maite Baron

Paul's worked in a men's clothing wholesalers, but his real passion was cycling and he hoped to be a professional racing cyclist. When he was 17, he had an accident that put an end to this ambition. While in hospital, he made friends with some 'arty types' and his life had just taken him in an entirely new and unexpected direction.

Five Keys to Get Job Satisfaction

Maite Baron | Posted 04.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

Numerous research studies, including Gallup's State of the Global Workplace report into employee engagement, suggest that 'purpose' is a crucial component of job satisfaction. In other words, we want to feel that what we do has meaning, and isn't just a pointless passing of our time.

Tired of Your Corporate Job? Time to Think Like Sherlock!

Maite Baron | Posted 27.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

Holmes keeps on thinking because he knows there is a solution - which he will come up with if he persists long enough. So he examines and analyses a problem from every angle, dissecting it, slicing and dicing it in different ways before putting the pieces together and coming up with an answer that no one else has seen.

The Rise of the Corporate Foundation - A New Philanthropic Trend for 2014

Michelle Wright | Posted 16.03.2014 | UK
Michelle Wright

There is a definite and exciting move afoot in the corporate sector, with many companies seeking to establish charitable corporate foundations - charities established by commercial companies.

Needed: A 'Female Spring' to Let More Women Into Top Jobs

Fiona Hotston Moore | Posted 30.07.2013 | UK
Fiona Hotston Moore

Women can run countries, go into space and take combat roles in the military, yet we are still apparently too risky a proposition for the boardroom. T...

Mens Sana In Corpore Sana

Jon Denoris | Posted 28.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Jon Denoris

Although the Greeks are playing out a modern day tragedy, we can still learn much from their ancient past when it comes to understanding the importance and indeed relevance of exercise and staying in shape.

Corporate Citizenship on the Rise

Mark Knight | Posted 16.04.2012 | UK
Mark Knight

Barclays PLC completed a UK corporate first last Friday when the first page of its annual financial results was headlined 'citizenship' and did not mention profits or dividends.

Never in the Field of Human Conflict Was So Much Owed by So Few to So Many

Phil Pauley | Posted 22.01.2012 | Home
Phil Pauley

The obvious conclusion is that we live in a world of marked contrasts, of haves and have-nots and the have-nots are in the majority. The disadvantaged, malnourished and impoverished dominate the totals while the minority enjoy relative affluence in terms of good shelter, food, clean water, warmth, power services, health and wealth.