How to Be Your Own Best Executive Assistant

For many small business owners and entrepreneurs, it's fun to romanticize the idea of having an executive assistant who makes your personal and professional life seamless, comfortable, and organized. You know, like what you see in Hollywood movies where the CEO has someone who brings their preferred morning beverage to the office without having to … Continue reading How to Be Your Own Best Executive Assistant

Importance of Employee Education for Cybersecurity (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

The following post comes to us from Keith Coppersmith, an experienced business consultant who serves small businesses and startups. Learn more about Keith in his bio following this article. The average global cost of a data breach in the last five years has increased to$3.92 million, and the numbers keep climbing. It is important to … Continue reading Importance of Employee Education for Cybersecurity (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

Regain Your Day by Eliminating These Biggest Wastes of Time

What would you do with more hours in your day? While actually creating more time isn’t possible, you can become more productive with the time you’ve been given and use it toward things that move the needle for you, whether personally or professionally. The “time hacks” I’m going to give you here aren’t the typical … Continue reading Regain Your Day by Eliminating These Biggest Wastes of Time

How Smart Businesses Are Responding to COVID-19

Current circumstances are “novel,” “unprecedented,” even “unchartered water.” These are the most popular catch phrases for every news article, video clip, blog post, and social media update coming across our news feeds. Trying to take in the constant stream of new information on COVID-19 feels like drinking out of a fire hose. Picture it. You’ll … Continue reading How Smart Businesses Are Responding to COVID-19

How to Transition Your Team to Working Remotely (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

The following post comes to us from Keith Coppersmith, an experienced business consultant who serves small businesses and startups. Learn more about Keith in his bio following this article. Remote work is far from a new concept, especially in the era of digital nomads and digitally-dominant companies that work with people from all over the … Continue reading How to Transition Your Team to Working Remotely (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

Best Online Document Share Tools for Businesses (Guest Contribution from Gabriel Ted)

The following article comes to us from Gabriel Ted, a freelance writer based in London. With a degree in International Business and having contributed previously at PCWorld, Gabriel has a particular interest in Cloud Computing and Virtual Data Rooms. Please enjoy his article below. When it comes to sharing Business tools and managing businesses of … Continue reading Best Online Document Share Tools for Businesses (Guest Contribution from Gabriel Ted)

5 Ways To Help And Support Employees Coping With Grief (Contribution from freelance writer Jenny Holt)

The following post comes to us from Jenny Holt, who transitioned from a corporate HR career into freelance writing. In this article, she shares her insights on helping employees cope with grief. 5 Ways To Help And Support Employees Coping With Grief Grieving a deceased loved one is one of the most unbearable things that … Continue reading 5 Ways To Help And Support Employees Coping With Grief (Contribution from freelance writer Jenny Holt)

Best Practices for Internal Communication During a Crisis

We have touched upon the topic of crisis communication before, but there are many more aspects of this valuable area of PR we need to cover. While it may not be the most comfortable or pleasant topic to discuss, it's fundamentally important to your customers, employees and ultimately your brand. Crisis communication certainly includes how you communicate a consistent … Continue reading Best Practices for Internal Communication During a Crisis