By Paul When I hear business leaders attribute their success to the fact that they are always working – I recently heard someone boast 19 hours a day – I don’t believe it. It reminds me of Monty Python’s Four Yorkshireman sketch when Eric Idle reminisces about how he used to get up half an hour ...

By Nikki Clare Balding inadvertently stirred up a media storm recently over allegations that she sought copy approval for a feature in Saga Magazine. As it transpired, it was actually the editor that made the amendments but the miscommunication left the freelancer responsible for the original pi...

By Cindy Since opening our Casablanca office in September 2015, we’ve discovered some interesting differences between how the African and European press operate. This is most evident in the way they prefer to communicate. Methods of contact, considered informal or unconventional in Europe, are q...

By Emily Measurement – it’s as important as the work itself. But measurement falls to the bottom of the priority list far too often. This is for a number of reasons, including, but not limited to the fact that measurement is still not valued as much as it should be across organisations. From the...

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