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When placed into a leadership role, so many professionals spend countless hours developing their teams, looking to get the best out of them individually and collectively, and guide them to reach their ‘peak performance’. Where they often fall down, though, is in their own development. By failing to invest time in extending their own abilities,read more
It would be fair to say that “culture” is one of those terms that plenty of people in business use, but if you scratch below the surface as to their level of understanding, it is generally no more than a cliché. For those professionals, its limited to - ‘the way we do things around here’,read more
When you hear “Millennial”, who or what do you picture? Like it or not, we all have pre-conceived notions of what interacting and working with millennials is like. Older generations might perceive them to be entitled, soft, unfocussed, or poorly equipped to deal with the challenges of a fast-paced professional environment. Millennials themselves would likelyread more
Ask most people in business this question, and they will light up and start to tell you about what their business does - be it the goods they produce or the services they deliver (or what we call “thinguns”). The relevance of their offering to their clients will likely be the thing they are mostread more
article contributed by Ryan Willsher, Finn Franchise Brokers and Reece O’Sullivan, Finn Business Sales Business owners – no matter how knowledgeable they are in terms of running their own business – must be prepared to invest time to properly prepare for the sale of their business when the time comes to exit. Not surprisingly sellingread more
In today’s environment, it is more important than ever to know where your business is going. Western Australia, in particular, has been experiencing historical economic growth from our mining boom. But lower commodity prices have started to bite and cause a slowdown in demand. This has been having a flow on effect to those businessesread more
There are currently 10.5 million people of working age in Australia and out of these 2 million are temporary visa holders. It can be tricky to understand which visas offer working rights. Don’t forget pay rates and conditions are governed by Australian law and the Fair Work Ombudsman exists to help those who feel aggrievedread more
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