Trust, Reputation, and… Money?

Trust, Reputation, and… Money?

Photo by Olu Eletu on Unsplash By Jon Michail The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is shaking up its long-term pay structures. Trust and reputation will be incorporated into the bank’s long-term incentive models and, along with employee engagement, will now...

The wealthy control almost all the money

Based on a research study done by the WIDER (World Institute for Development-Economics Research) at the United Nations University claims that in the 21st century, the richest 1% adults alone own about 40% of the global assets ($53 trillion), and the richest 10% adults...

What’s in a name

  Everything matters in branding and the first obvious one is the name. Hull City is a English football club who last season won promotion back in to the Barclays Premier League for 2013/14. The club’s Egyption owners have decided to change their name, by doing...

Psychological Prescription for Economic Recovery

Are sales flagging in your business? Is staff morale down? Are you losing customers? Do a quick and simple audit of your organisation and you may be surprised to discover that the cycle of negativity that may be prevalent is having a dramatic effect on your culture...

Image Group International – In the news

Doodled signatures leave a poor mark: Lessons from US Treasury secretary-designate Lew’s poor penmanship By Patrick Stafford | 11 January, 2013 With smartphones and tablets now the default communication tools of the day, many entrepreneurs don’t think about whether...

How to Get Your Raise in the New Year

By Jon-Michail  In this challenging economic environment, it is important to negotiate tactically for a raise. Opinions may differ as to what those tactics might be, but there are seven points the real world experts agree on. Ask the right person. This should be the...