Typically any leader will at some point in their career, question how they think their colleagues perceive them. But is it better to be loved or feared? Here, managing director Justin Cobb of Pan Atlantic recently read an article on the topic on entrepreneur.com, which inspired them to inform their leaders of the advantages and disadvantages to both.
Most business these days don’t dedicate enough time and resources to seeking out and nurturing new talent. This can cause a plethora of problems for these companies down the line, including a skills gap in their company in the future, as well as the problem of their top talent jumping ship and leaving them with an unskilled workforce. Pan Atlantic, a customer acquisition specialist, takes a look at why scouting for new talent, and nurturing that talent is important.
Often, when a business is in its infancy, the founder will do all of the jobs themselves. This includes financial planning, sourcing suppliers, finding customers, delivering orders, and much more. This can be very enjoyable and rewarding, although it will involve long hours and lots of hard work. There’s only so much that one person can do, however, and so if real growth is to be achieved, there comes a time when extra help will be needed. Here, Pan Atlantic look at the importance of recruitment for business growth.
When starting a business, it’s important to have a well planned strategy, and a steely focus that will help you achieve your goals and exceed your targets. Sometimes, however, opportunities come along that you didn’t expect, and it’s just as important to be able to grasp them as well. That’s why entrepreneurs should always be open to diversifying, and moving into exciting new areas. Here, Pan Atlantic reveal how diversifying has helped them become even more effective.
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