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Sometimes it seems politicians are more likely to listen to what shock jocks have to say than take notice of protests. However corporations can be swayed by the volume of lobbying they receive and this can make a difference.
Recent ethical have left many of us wondering how all these bad people got into positions of power and what must be done to punish them and deter others from doing the same. But research indicates that only 4% of the population is 'bad' and that the majority of 'bad' unethical outcomes are unintentionally created by 'good' people. Why do good people create bad outcomes, and what can we do to avoid these pitfalls ourselves?
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If you do not start out with a clear vision, or lose sight of it at some point, the business will ultimately drift aimlessly. This is the first of four articles that discuss critical errors common to many small-to-medium enterprises.
Are you addicted to social media? Here's a diagnostic checklist, plus 4 tips to help break the habit and get your life back into balance.
Seeking strength through adversity, and adapting to change, Craig finds a way to prosper – and discovers a brand new passion along the way.
The COVID lockdown has seen a revolution in the way businesses – and individuals – are connecting, communicating, and collaborating. While online meeting platforms have proven themselves to be indispensable tools, they come with some caveats. Here are some expert’s valuable tips on getting the most out of your online sessions.
Living pay to pay is not a good idea – and COVID-19 has highlighted that very, very well. If you are ready to change things going forward, then now is a good time to get started.
The 'purpose economy' is here. Right now, it is unevenly distributed and poorly understood, as the future often is. But in the coming years, the purpose economy will redefine how we conduct business and derive meaning in our lives