November 2016

Karen Gately

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Author, Speaker, Advisor & Facilitator at Karen Gately
Karen Gately is a leadership and people-management specialist and a founder of Ryan Gately. Karen works with leaders and HR teams to drive business results through the talent and energy of people. She is the author of The People Manager’s Toolkit: A Practical guide to getting the best from people (Wiley) and The Corporate Dojo: Driving extraordinary results through spirited people.
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Technology is a combination of skill, technique, a method and above all a combination of all of these together. Technology has brought tremendous convenience to our lives by enhancing our abilities and therefore, has become an essential part of our

Most corporations have a relocation policy that governs the process of finding housing, moving, and transitioning into the new work environment. The method your firm administers to relocate and resettle your employees is more vital than many managers realize. Unfortunately, some

Harvard Business School (HBS) has topped Bloomberg's prestigious business school rankings for full-time MBA programs for the 2nd year on the trot. Attending a top MBA program is an expensive endeavor, for example, if you were to graduate with your

It’s official, United States is the most entrepreneurial country in the world, according to the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Index (GEI), it remains the country with the most favourable conditions for entrepreneurs to launch startups and grow new businesses. The index profiles

Mark Zuckerburg of social networking giant Facebook has been ranked number 1 in the Fortune magazine's top 50 business persons list for 2016, which evaluates corporate leaders' business performance. At the 2nd position in the list was Amazon CEO Jeff

The British broadcaster BBC has released its 100 women list to celebrate the world’s most inspirational and influential women from across the globe for 2016. Some of 2016's big names are Alicia Keys, Katherine Johnson, former 'human computer' and research

Two of the biggest US banks, Citigroup and JPMorgann have been designated as potentially posing the greatest systemic risks to the international banking system in an annual ranking issued by the G20’s Financial Stability Board (FSB), an international alliance of