With mergers and acquisitions on the rise, it’s increasingly important for businesses to understand best practices for a successful transaction.
Keeping your winning front-line employees saves hiring costs short-term, but is also a winning long-term strategy, because outside hires take three years to perform as well as internal hires in the same job.
Traditional bank lending has been done the same way for some time. While banks have put a lot of time and effort into innovating customer experience for consumers, business banking is still quite cumbersome.
The relationship between art and business, on the other hand, is far less defined and frequently misunderstood. Art, to many business leaders, is a complex and mysterious topic that forces them to evaluate an art program’s impact through the lens of its return on investment.
Healthy workers are happy and productive workers. This means creating an environment and culture that support employees in taking care of their minds and bodies is not only a moral obligation for employer, but also a business imperative.
Giving thought to one’s own mortality is never an easy subject but planning for life’s end can ease many burdens for your family and loved ones. Fortunately, many cemeteries and funeral homes have taken an active role in helping people plan for their own funerals.
Most CEOs spend 99% of their time (sometimes 100%) on execution. Most have never been trained on how to create a new strategy. Many never will.
It’s important to look at your total financial plan and what your goals are. If you don’t know how to do that, sit down with a financial advisor who can help you figure out your goals, look at your risk analysis and help create a plan that’s intended just for you.
If your career is managed properly, you can maximize raises, bonuses, and perks for each new role you land. Thus, creating the positive financial landscape to invest in your home and maintain good investments among other things.
There are four phases to effective communication based on empathy and validation instead of one-upping, comparison and narcissistic dialogue.
While the journey from generating an idea to making money is complicated and filled with count-less steps, launching a business is one of the most rewarding things you can do.
Creating your organization’s culture requires a long-term investment of time and talent. There will be critics and initiatives will fail, but if it’s done well, investing in your culture will yield a return on that investment both financially and in the quality of employee experiences.