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8 Steps to effective leadership
As you are aware Leadership & Management plays a huge role in the delivery of the business goals. However not everyone understands some of the basics of good leadership so I thought I would share with you 8 steps to effective leadership. 1. Purpose A good purpose will explain the direction the business is going in, motivate employees to take the right action to achieve it, and coordinate the actions of all employees to achieve
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Getting your organisational culture right is what leads to creating a great place to work and a high performing environment. This starts with leadership.  But who is a leader? Is it just the business owner? No, anyone in the organisation can be a leader. “We tend to think that what matters is having outstanding leadership at the senior level. But great leadership at the top doesn’t amount to much if you don’t have exceptional leadership
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Since time began we have followed and been led by “Key People of Influence” and quotes that they have lived their lives and run their businesses by. The world’s leading business figures are more prevalent, visible and accessible than ever before, making it easier for you to look for inspirational leadership quotes to adopt within your business and work place culture. The following quotes are from some of today’s most successful inspirational leaders in the
TUPE
What actually is TUPE?  And no it’s not a wig…. that’s a toupee. TUPE stands for the ‘Transfer of Undertakings for the Protection of Employment’. Bit of a mouthful, really. All joking aside it’s something you need to be aware of as a business owner if you’re looking to grow your business through acquisitions. Acquisitions can be a quicker way to grow your business.  You may want to acquire the business for their client base,
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I was asked to go and help an organisation that had two HR departments. The reason it had two HR departments, they worked on different client contracts. The problem…they had lost one of the contracts and now the two HR departments needed to become one. Now, there were a few issues here. One there were going to be some job losses, so I needed to restructure the department and two I needed to look at

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