Tuesday 6th June 2017
In our upcoming seminar BFN have invited Philip Wilson - a man who has touched lucky, more than once - to discuss luck and its involvement in furthering your business, service or indeed that Big Idea!
If you want your business to be flexible enough to change and grow with turbulent market conditions, you’ll need to encourage an atmosphere in which learning is (or becomes) appreciated.
The best way to do that is to lead by example…in other words, demonstrate to your employees that you’re interested in learning yourself.
Even if the trendy social media hashtag has passed you by, you won’t have missed the ad campaign.
That lovable furry monster is the Government’s 21st century take on ‘the elephant in the room’.
A big, hairy problem if you ignore it, but not that scary at all if you take the time to talk to it and tickle its tummy.
Joking aside, if you’re one of the business owners still avoiding eye contact with this big furry elephant, then it’s probably weighing on your mind
Good leaders, some experts say, are creative rather than reactive. In other words, they anticipate future demands, trends and make new products or tailor the ones they already have to suit that future.
For many reasons things are changing very rapidly, these days. That's why it's more important than ever to be able to understand how those changes will affect your business…and establish ways to take full advantage of those changes.