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I get by with a little help from my (work) friends

By Sally Brand, Business Development Manager

 

Do you catch up with your co-workers over lunch? Do you organise regular after work drinks with them?

These activities may seem frivolous but a report released this m

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Doubling profit to satisfy an appetite for growth

People development director Mike Williams of Malmaison has been with the boutique hotel and bistro chain for a year. 

Natalie Cooper finds out how he keeps his finger on the pulse of business, and plans to multiply growth within five years by using his talent to drive profit.

This article featuring Jane Sunley originally featured on Changeboard.com. To read in full click the below link, 

Doubling profit to satisfy an appetite for growth

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How to work with diversity in your team

Within the hospitality and catering industries, it’s not unusual for teams to be made up of a wide array of cultures, ages and religions making the working environment extremely diverse. The key to ensuring success and that high levels of performance are sustained is to recognise that difference is healthy and good; it’s this which makes us great as individuals and provides your business with its personality.

This article by Mary Jane Flanagan originally featured in University Caterer. To read in full click the below link,

How to work with diversity in your team

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The cost of losing top talent (and how to avoid it)

When you think about, it’s not rocket science. Happy employees are motivated employees, motivated employees are productive employees, and on the cycle continues.

It’s people who make or break a business yet, in most companies, all the focus is placed upon earning money and not on how employees play a vital role in this even though research shows that the companies that employees say are great places to work are also the most commercially successful.

This article by Jane Sunley originall featured in Finance ME magaine. To read in full, click below,

The cost of losing top talent (and how to avoid it)

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Time for a stump speech?

by Jane Sunley, CEO learnpurple

 

The American’s have gifted the English language many phrases, but one of the timeliest is the term ‘stump speech’.

This expression comes from the rousing speeche

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Purple Your People

Purple Your People. The secret to inspired, happy, more profitable people.

Based on 10 years' experience working with some of the world's most successful brands, this is a practical, easy-to-read and easy-to-apply guide to help non-people-savvy organisations increase their staff morale and motivation. 

To read the full blub on Jane Sunley's new book, out in September, click here.

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Are you being heard?

by Constance Lamb, learnpurple associate, professional actress and public speaking consultant.

 

Is passion and enthusiasm enough to convey your message?

One would think so.

However, it was with interest

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Gunning for the best

– by Emily Perry, Marketing Manager

As learnpurple’s biggest Arsenal fan, I was disappointed that another footballing season passed us by without a piece of silverware. What originally seem

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Putting people first

Effective management of employees is critical for all businesses, including the hospitality sector. Mike Kiely looks at how key organisations are attracting, recruiting and engaging their workers
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How to create a successful bar team

One of my favourite bars is London-based chain B @1. Why? Because they know how to create a great team, ensure it’s successful and replicate the formula across all of their bars. I know when walking in I’ll be greeted with a warm hello and met with service which feels personal; this is why I return time and time again.

So how can you too create a successful bar team which oozes personality, promotes your brand and achieves results?

This article by Mary Jane Flanagan originally featured in University Caterer. To read in full click below,

How to create a successful bar team

 
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