Peer support has been found to be an effective method for encouraging healthy behaviour change. Sustainable behaviour change is social in nature. Individuals are heavily influenced by their peers and the behaviors of members of their community. However, encouraging collective behavior change does come with its own considerable challenges.
If you have taken a remote interest in business over the last decade or so, you will have heard all of the statistics based on business failure. In short, we are taught from a young age that unless you pull something out of the bad sharpish, your new business is destined to fail.
As the title of today’s article might indicate, it doesn’t have to be like this though. There are ways to encourage startup success and through the course of today’s article, we are going to mull over some of the biggest reasons that failure occurs to help you along your way.
All over the world, roughly around 2.5 billion people are switched on to social media, and it is a figure that just keeps rising. It has become part of our lives – a tool used every bit as much as a knife, fork, spoon or toothbrush. In a single minute in time, some 30 million Facebook messages will be typed and sent.
Probably you already know that in the last one to two decades many changes and innovations directly impact how you are doing business today. If you still operate the traditional business, this is the real time to start thinking about moving it online in the digital world.
As an entrepreneur, from time to time you need to take a step back and evaluate whether your business achieved the milestones you had set earlier in the year. You can look at what worked and what didn’t and use that experience to grow the business even more in the coming year.
A business’ success or failure is heavily dependent on the people running it. So part of your annual retrospection must include performance reviews for your staff. What did you expect from each employee and did they deliver? The following are some tips on conducting effective performance reviews.
There’s no doubt that cybersecurity has flown into the public eye over recent years. Once upon a time, it was part of technical jargon that would never have been considered to be used in the public domain. Now, anyone who reads the news is accustomed to it.
Unfortunately, there are still a lot of misconceptions about it. For the small business owner, this can be dangerous. This is the reason today’s post has been penned and we will now take a look at some of the biggest myths that blight cybersecurity and small businesses.