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Brexit: More Lessons in Persuasion

BREXIT: More Leadership Lessons in Persuasion

After a very turbulent period in the UK where a proposal on leaving the EU from the UK Government […]


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develop leaders

Six Ways to Develop Leaders in Your Business

In a cutthroat business world, poor leadership quickly unravels projects and sets employees against management. Failing leadership impacts the […]


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January promotion 50% off workshops

Leadership and Management Day Workshops

Three Leadership & Management Day Workshops will be hosted at our Birmingham centre by industry expert, Nigel Girling. The dates […]


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review of the leadership year

A Review of the Leadership Year… And Looking Ahead to 2019

It’s been a challenging and fascinating year for leaders in 2018. But then you know that. You were there.
Commentators, […]


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smart goals

SMART Goals: Not so Smart Anymore?

Is it time to recognise that we need a SMART 2.0 based on agility, not just a set of […]


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consignor and consignee

What’s the Difference Between a Consignor and a Consignee?

The consignor and consignee are terms which are commonly used in the trading and transport sector. The consignor is the […]


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Double entry bookkeeping

What is Double Entry Bookkeeping?

One of the most difficult areas of accountancy to understand at first is the concept of double entry bookkeeping, […]


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fixed asset register

What is a Fixed Asset Register?

A fixed asset register is a key way for businesses of all sizes to accurately record their assets and […]


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