The Guardian has reported that Lidl has banned sweets and chocolate bars from the checkout at all 600 of its UK stores after surveying parents about the “pester power” of
Clothing giant H&M says it wants to set an example among retailers by committing to assuring that international garment and textile workers receive a living wage. H&M is pledging to
It’s nerve-racking enough to go into a job interview, but LG gave applicants a real reason to worry. In a video released on YouTube, LG swaps out a window in an office
I loved Nicholas Bate’s post on 14 Routes To More Business: Follow-up everything. Never lose touch with anybody. Treat every customer individually. Get the small stuff right from minute 1. Be
I loved this post over on The Resurgence blog adapted from Perry Noble’s blog on some great signs of a healthy team – something I want to come back to time and again: 1.
As a children’s and youth worker I am fascinated by how culture, media and business shapes our children, and so it was with interest that I read Childhood Under Siege: How
I loved Seth Godin’s blog post on Design like Apple, but name like P&G, really simple, but absolutely critical: Apple’s naming approach is inconsistent, it begs for lawsuits (offensive and defensive)
The founder and chairman of Virgin became the first person to pass 1 million followers on the social network in the less than two months since LinkedIn launched its influencers program.
I loved Nicholas Bates’ post on Presentation Tips : Start on Time, quite obvious, but easy to forget: Start on time to reward those who turn up on time, to be able
This great TED talk by career analyst Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don’t: Traditional rewards aren’t always
I thought Stop Being a People-Pleaser by Elizabeth Grace Saunders over at the Harvard Business Review was a fascinating read: If you’ve always felt a compulsion to meet everyone else’s needs before your