How Could A Charity Partnership Benefit My Business?

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For many businesses, developing a charity partnership is a hugely rewarding part of their work. With social responsibility high on the business agenda these days, it’s never been more important for brands to consider their impact on society. But not only do these partnerships enable businesses to ‘give something back’, they can actually end up boosting their own profits. That’s what we call a win-win! You don’t have to be a huge global business to form a charity partnership. Sometimes small, local partnerships can be just as beneficial for your business. Let’s take a look at the ways a charity partnership could benefit your business:

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The SME Toolkit: How to Delegate

The SME Toolkit: How to Delegate

It can be hard for a founder to let go, but the leader who can’t delegate runs the risk of burning out and alienating his team. Here are some tips for learning to delegate. The SME Toolkit: How to Delegate:

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Learning to Delegate: Smart Leadership

Learning to Delegate: Smart Leadership

For start-up founders, loosening the reins can be one of the hardest parts of the job, and may even seem even counter-intuitive, but delegation is integral to the success of a business. We ask four founders how and why to let go. Learning to delegate is smart leadership. 

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How to Organise Strategic Meetings With Impact

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Meetings meetings meetings. The bane of business life sometimes. But have you ever considered what meetings have made an impact? I've been reading "Moments of Impact: How to Design Strategic Conversations That Accelerate Change" by Chris Ertel:

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