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Teamwork 13

Teamwork, is it really the dreamwork?

By Matthew Newnham, Birketts.

As employment lawyers, we regularly advise on workplace situations where a team has ceased to operate effectively and, occasionally, become dysfunctional.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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35 years of ‘extraordinary’ evolution

By Alex Cosham, Image Experiential.
Walking the tightrope of change has become crucial to the survival of many businesses across Norfolk, not least those in hospitality, events and retail.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Teamwork 29

Getting energy levels right

By Aimee Konieczny, Indigo Swan.

Aside from people and property, power is typically a ‘top 3’ spend for a business – but it often doesn’t get the attention it deserves.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Approaching sales from both sides

By James Lay, Larking Gowen.

What is the measure of a successful business deal? Is it about driving a hard bargain and being on the winning side, or should there be a more measured approach where everyone benefits?

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Teamwork 53

Overcoming distance through technology

By Owen Williams, West View IT.

You need to hire someone for your business and, of course, want to find the right person for the job. Well, what if you could increase the pool of candidates?

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Teamwork 65

Walking the walk

By Jane Cattermole, Bay Tree VA.

It all started with needing to share the load…
My business support company was growing – I found myself stretched too thin and struggling to manage everything efficiently.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Teamwork 73

Using AI in the workplace

Many business owners find the idea of integrating the use of AI (artificial intelligence) into their workday to be at best daunting and at worst existentially terrifying.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Teamwork 81

Creating the right team for a family business

By Paul Andrews, Family Business United.
Family businesses are the backbone of the national economy, driven by purpose and aligned values, and making a difference through the jobs they provide, income they generate and wealth they create.
Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Building a culture of excellence

By Charlotte Bate, MAD-HR.

Success in business is the result of many well-applied ingredients, which combine to result in consistent delivery, responsive clients, and, ultimately, a positive profit outcome.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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