6 steps for managing difficult staff

There may be times in your career when you have to deal with difficult employees. This could be because they aren’t getting on with their job, they’re causing trouble for the business or they’re affecting other members of staff. Whatever the reason, these situations can be tricky and they need to be handled delicately and professionally. There More...

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By Gerard Doyle On Friday, November 17th, 2017
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The dirty dozen: 12 books every entrepreneur should read

As with most things in life, the more experience you gain, the better you become. But what if you can’t – or don’t want – to put in the required time? Luckily we humans are a bright bunch, More...

By Daniel Murray On Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
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Risk Management is Boring: Brain Hacks to Protect Your Business

One challenge for many new businesses is the wonderfully unsexy world of risk management. Due to the overwhelming optimism of entrepreneurs, stopping the bad things happening can often be overlooked. However, when More...

By Sebastian Lewis On Thursday, October 19th, 2017
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5 ways to nurture and retain talent in a start-up

What I love most about being an entrepreneur is that no two days are the same. That’s the nature of start-ups – they move at lightning speed, growing rapidly and attracting ambitious people who want to be part More...

By Lee Biggins On Thursday, October 19th, 2017
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Should you focus on team or individual performance?

Performance reviews are an important part of our development at work. As professionals we want to know what we can do to take the next step in our career, and as an employer, it’s likely that you’ll relish More...

By editor On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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Our Story: NoLoGo Chic – Tina Malhamé

Tina was named by the high street guru, George Davies, as the most prolific designer on the High Street. In her career she has designed collections for many stores, Next, Monsoon, Laura Ashley, Anokhi, Daniel Hechter More...

By Gerard Doyle On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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You’re free, not to be free as an Entrepreneur

One of the great drawcards to entrepreneurship is the freedom you gain. No more boss, late nights, covering for your manager’s ineptitude and no more 9-5 hours ….right? Unfortunately for many newly minted More...

By editor On Thursday, October 12th, 2017
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Sam Boothroyd joins My Entrepreneur Magazine as our new contributor

Sam Boothroyd is the owner and founder of The Small Business Coach”. A company set up to help people start and grow their first business. Sam, a qualified accountant, has set up and grown several of his own businesses More...

By Martina Mercer On Monday, October 9th, 2017
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The Team you Need When Starting in Business

As a sole trader or freelancer you may believe that you’re alone in business, however, every successful entrepreneur has a team, whether they realise it or not. Good support will help you concentrate on the task More...

By Lee Biggins On Wednesday, September 13th, 2017
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How to tackle ‘post-summer blues’ in your office

The leaves are starting to fall, the morning temperatures dropping and the evenings getting a little bit darker. This can only mean one thing – summer is over and for many, the post-summer blues are beginning More...

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