Leadership styles are changing in the 21st century.
Traditionally, authority and responsibility have been the two crucial elements defining a leader. It was simple: a great leader had the presence to direct people and make decisions.
Today is White Ribbon Day, a national awareness day to encourage us all to understand domestic violence and stop violence against women. One in three Australian women have experienced physical or sexual violence perpetrated by someone they know, so if you run a team there’s a good chance you’ll have employed someone who has been subject to (or someone who has perpetrated) domestic violence. Read more.
If you are still relying on your database and sending newsletters every week, fortnight or month then you are missing out and have been left behind with the times. People today understand email marketing better than ever before. They don’t want useless information that they don’t have time to read, clogging up their inbox. Read more.
Almost every small business owner starts their business venture with the hope of eventually landing a big-name company as a client. Instead of constantly chasing leads and having a “feast or famine” bank account, your new contract will provide you with a steady and certain income. You also know just how much it will mean to be able to put the logo of your new customer on your website and marketing materials — especially if it is a well-known brand. Read more.
It's that time of year when we look back on last financial year and we usually sum it up in a simple sentence of word. Read more.
Tony Curl, owner and director of Think and Grow Business, has a history of change management, rebuilding culture and results, as well as developing new stores and markets. Read more.
Female managers, business owners and executives are encouraged to attend an “exclusive” CQUniversity masterclass in Cairns on July 28-29. Read more.
One in three (34 per cent) of business operators are women and their numbers are rising. Read more.
They are the people who make things happen. They are the ones who don't, won't or can't go with the flow. From the Elon Musks of the world, through to the 15-year-old with their first online storefront, entrepreneurs are easy to spot if you know what to look for. Read more.