96. Coaching for a successful growth strategy

In this guest article by Jan Bowen-Nielsen we look at how a business coach can help you develop a successful growth strategy. Untapped potential Are you seeing some great unfulfilled growth potential for your business, but struggling to realise it? Is your team pulling in different directions and not prioritising their efforts well? Are you […]

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95. How to motivate and retain key staff

Setting the Scene When business owners are asked if they intend to bring key staff into the company shareholding fold, the response is often along the lines of: “No, I was going to see them right when the deal gets done.” This response is wrong, or at least short-sighted, on several levels. A business with […]

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92. Should May Stay or Should May Go?

Well, what an intriguing last few days we have had! On Friday, 9th June, a hung parliament was confirmed; the British people had spoken and had given Prime Minister Theresa May a resounding raspberry. And despite her gamble backfiring – in no small part to a woefully run and poorly advised campaign – she blundered […]

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91. Solving the currency conundrum

It is tough to predict and anticipate currency fluctuations at the best of times, but the events of 2017 so far have arguably rendered attempts even more difficult. Indeed, at the start of the year, Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America, Marine Le Pen got to the […]

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90. Taking the Temperature

Tectona was asked by The Business Magazine to take part in one of their insightful sessions called “Taking the Temperature” focusing on key issues affecting small and medium size business. The Panel were asked to consider three issues – or Exam Questions: The chief concerns affecting us all Heathrow expansion Gender pay gap legislation Exam […]

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