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Brexit - when scrutiny becomes mutiny

Brexit - when scrutiny becomes mutiny
Dr Linda Lee-Davies, Head of Programmes – Leadership and Change at Regent’s University London, argues that leaders who are focused on addressing their individual agendas are automatically weakened in their ability to address outward challenges. Successful governance teams know how crucial it...
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Empress Theophany Prize to promote European bonds and values

Empress Theophany Prize to promote European bonds and values
Nada Kakabadse, Professor of Policy, Governance and Ethics at Henley Business School, University of Reading, has become a member of the Governing Committee for the newly established ‘Empress Theophany Prize.’ Launched at a ceremony in Thessaloniki, Greece, which was opened by former EU...
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Oil and gas recruitment demands long view

Oil and gas recruitment demands long view
The oil and gas industry has always been boom or bust, and its recruitment processes are no different. However, without taking the long view employers are facing a significant skills shortage, says Russell Deane, Director of specialist Oil & Gas engineering recruiter, SRD Technical. “Oil and...
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Making visitors Welcome Anywhere

Making visitors Welcome Anywhere
Welcome Systems Ltd has spent the past 30 years delivering the very latest in affordable online booking systems for hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs across the UK. Now employing 11 staff at its Moulton Park offices in Northamptonshire, business is looking brighter than ever. Welcome’s MD, John...
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Finance sector can count on University’s expertise

Finance sector can count on University’s expertise
The University of Gloucestershire has welcomed companies working in banking, finance and professional services to a business engagement event at its new £20 million School of Business and Technology at its Oxstalls campus. Representatives of Handlesbanken, Natwest and Lombard were among a group...
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Three steps to designing the ideal top team

Three steps to designing the ideal top team
New research into the potential of leading FTSE boards by Professors Andrew and Nada Kakabadse of Henley Business School has found that diversity is vital to top team effectiveness. Nada Kakabadse, Professor of Policy, Governance and Ethics and whose past consultancy clients have included...
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University seeks to support expanding construction sector

University seeks to support expanding construction sector
Academic staff and construction sector guests at the University of Gloucestershire’s new School of Business and Technology. The University of Gloucestershire has welcomed local companies linked to the construction sector to a special showcase of its new £20 million School of Business and...
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Are you ready for the cloud accounting revolution?

Are you ready for the cloud accounting revolution?
The switch to a new digital tax system will impact hundreds of businesses but is the UK ready, asks Clare Elsby of Elsby & Co Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors. HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) is set to replace the existing, often time-consuming, VAT reporting system from April...
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Welcome cutbacks for Wadworth’s property management

Welcome cutbacks for Wadworth’s property management
Retail Training Manager Chris Wright of Wadworth, an independent Wiltshire-based family brewer with a successful portfolio of over 200 managed and tenanted houses across the South West of England, talks about the organisation’s search for an integrated Property Management System (PMS) and...
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