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Guide to Performing a Cybersecurity Risk Evaluation

Guide to Performing a Cybersecurity Risk Evaluation

Like it or not, the threat of cyberattacks targeting your business is an undeniable reality. Safeguarding your assets and sensitive information is imperative for the success of your enterprise. Therefore, prioritising the assessment of cybersecurity risks remains...

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Essential Cybersecurity Measures for Small Businesses

Essential Cybersecurity Measures for Small Businesses

It’s a dangerous digital world out there – and a remarkable number of small businesses are under-protected, unprepared, and largely unconcerned about getting hit by a cyberattack. According to a recent Forbes article, a shocking 57% of small business owners believe...

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Securing Your Small Business Against Cyberthreats

Securing Your Small Business Against Cyberthreats

Small businesses are prime targets for cybercriminals, and there’s a clear rationale behind it Small businesses stand as prime targets for hackers, facing a myriad of modern cyberthreats. This guide aims to assist small business owners in grasping the present threat...

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Tips for Remote Workers on Cybersecurity

Tips for Remote Workers on Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity protocols are used well beyond the workplace, as employers increasingly rely on remote workers. Regardless of whether employees complete their work assignments remotely or in the office, hackers and other digital bad actors don't care. Their only concern...

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5 Cybersecurity Myths You Need to Debunk

5 Cybersecurity Myths You Need to Debunk

After years of warnings about new types of cyberattacks, we might have become hardened to the real threat still lurking out there. Many small business owners and CEOs believe certain myths about cybersecurity, myths that, if left unchallenged, can damage a company's...

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Most Common Ethical Mistakes Made by Business Leaders

Most Common Ethical Mistakes Made by Business Leaders

Most business leaders consider themselves to be ethical individuals, particularly when it comes to running a company that prioritises integrity. However, even conscientious CEOs and business owners can make common business ethics mistakes. It is therefore crucial to...

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How Ethical Is Your Hiring Process?

How Ethical Is Your Hiring Process?

It's pretty safe to say that you have an ethical hiring process as a business owner. After all, organisations are obliged to comply with numerous laws and regulations in the talent acquisition process. They also help prevent discrimination in the workplace by ensuring...

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Striking A Harmony Between Agility And Stability

Striking A Harmony Between Agility And Stability

For CEOs and business owners, striking a balance between maintaining agility in leadership and adhering to the goals outlined in a business plan can be a challenging endeavour. Agility involves the necessity to remain flexible in response to constantly shifting market...

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Is Ethical Leadership As Challenging As It Seems?

Is Ethical Leadership As Challenging As It Seems?

Business ethics is a nuanced subject, often leaving owners and executives grappling with moral dilemmas. Interestingly, few individuals, even when engaging in questionable practices, perceive their actions as unethical. They often justify their decisions as...

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How to Be an Agile Leader

How to Be an Agile Leader

It’s altogether likely that business conditions in 2024 will be at least as tumultuous and unpredictable as they were in 2023. For that reason alone, it’s important to begin the process by which you become an agile business leader or improve on your current agile...

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Goal-Setting Tips for Your Remote Work Team

Goal-Setting Tips for Your Remote Work Team

Is there any difference between setting goals for your on-site team and your remote workforce? Certainly, there are striking familiarities. For example, whether employees work in-house or are remotely located, it’s vital that their goals are aligned in some ways with...

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A Guide to Setting Employee Goals

A Guide to Setting Employee Goals

In business, everyone should have job-related goals, from the front-line staff to those occupying the highest levels in the organisation. In all cases, the more specific the goals (as opposed to abstract objectives like “boosting sales”), the more effective the...

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What Does the Future of Remote Work Look Like?

What Does the Future of Remote Work Look Like?

Clearly, remote work is here to stay. But what does the future of remote work look like? A different approach to recruitment While hiring remote workers is often similar to traditional recruitment methods, a different approach may be more effective for some employers....

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How to Cultivate a “Goal-Focused” CEO Mindset

How to Cultivate a “Goal-Focused” CEO Mindset

The new year is the best time to re-think the past year’s professional and personal goals and start cultivating new goals for the weeks and months ahead. Of necessity, this means tearing yourself away from day-to-day operations and thinking more in terms of long-range...

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Top 3 Strategic Musts for the Coming Year

Top 3 Strategic Musts for the Coming Year

The first quarter of the year always seems to have business owners dreaming a little bigger, reaching a little higher, and planning innovative ways to improve their organisations in the ensuing months. And well they should, as the key to business success is constant...

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5 “Must-Have” Elements of a Strategic Plan

5 “Must-Have” Elements of a Strategic Plan

Deciding to “stay in place” is not a viable option for most businesses. Marketplace conditions are always in flux, and customer needs and preferences frequently change over time, so business leaders need to engage in effective and realistic strategic planning. While a...

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