The FCA has recently stepped up its efforts to ensure that firms are prepared for a potential no-deal Brexit. This comes with the warning that firms who are not appropriately prepared may face an impact on their business.
Managing Behaviours in Meetings
Meetings are an everyday part of work and civic life – and the way in which they are conducted often reflects an organisation’s culture. Organisational culture is something that continues to be a focus of the FCA, particularly with SM&CR on the horizon.
All eyes on you – but are they really?
Have you experienced the ‘spotlight effect’? Jess Capper explains how it can hold us back in our professional lives and how it can be overcome.
Building Networks within the Workplace
Within the workplace, it is important to build up a strong professional network. How can we build successful networks at work?
RWA Launches New International Trade Learning Platform
With Brexit on the horizon and at a time when many UK businesses are getting involved in importing and exporting, there has never been a greater need for better education in trade and export. Trade & Export Online, RWA’s new online learning platform, is the ideal solution for those who work in the areas of import and export, provide advice to clients who import and export, or those who may wish to start trading overseas.
Appearing Confident in Work
Success in the workplace is largely determined by our self-confidence. Yet many people who lack self-confidence are nonetheless very competent, hardworking and capable. How can we appear more confident in work?
The Impact of Organisational Culture on Retaining Employees
In a world where people rarely stay in a job for life, how can organisations retain employees long-term? Lisa Powell looks at how an organisation’s culture can affect its employees’ desire to stay.
SM&CR and Standards of Professional Conduct
With SM&CR on the horizon, Robin Wood explores what the new regime means for standards of professional conduct within the industry.
What can we say now? A Brexit update
Once again we are in a time of political turmoil. So can we shed any further light on current prospects? David Millett provides his latest update on Brexit and international trade.