By Jennifer Janson, Editor. I’ll admit, it was with some scepticism that I picked up Marie Kondo’s bestselling book. I doubted the benefits from a business perspective and as I’m generally allergic to new fads, I was definitely not going in with an open mind. Well, I couldn’t have been more wrong. The simplicity of
I am so excited to be writing this blog post, introducing you to the new-style Business Book Club site, focused on giving you the best business book recommendations. Some of you have been with us for almost two years, so I thought it would be interesting to give you all a snapshot of how we’ve
Stefan Meigh is the founder of Action Challenge, a UK-based business that specialises in the creation of challenging, travel-based activities the world over. With a 40 strong team, he is no stranger to recruitment. I’ve read a few business books in my time and in most cases, I get really enthusiastic about the ideas that are
Richard Simpson, a Director at STEM-focused PR agency Six Degrees offers us his book review. Perhaps the most rewarding take-away from any good business book is that it prompts you to make some changes – changes for the better. It forces you to ask questions about yourself and re-evaluate the organisation in which you work. This
This guest post is written by Julia Langkraehr. Julia built three multi-million pound retail businesses in three European countries and now works with entrepreneurial leadership teams to help them grow their businesses (check out Bold Clarity). Having previously reviewed Traction on this blog, we asked Julia to share her top tips for running effective meetings. If you ask
Jennifer Janson is Managing Director and Owner of Six Degrees, a corporate reputation management company based in the UK. She is also the author of The Reputation Playbook.