Olympics, Overcoming Challenges, And The Beauty Of Perspective – Katie Mullan: Trinity Business School
Katie Mullan shares the life lessons that come from reflecting on a sporting career, and how to truly place value in performance,
Money isn't everything. Research from Trinity Business School in Ireland reveals that highly educated entrepreneurs value the autonomy of their work above any financial gain they stand to make. As a result, they rarely seek to grow their businesses.
A recent report suggests that nearly a quarter of employers say their workforce lacks the basic digital skills they need. Why is this? In part, it is because educational institutions are not providing students with the skills they need to stay one step ahead in the job market.
Employees who find their work meaningful are more likely to offer constructive and innovative ideas, thereby increasing their work performance and ultimately contributing to organisational effectiveness.
Around five million workers in the UK are considered to be part of the gig economy. But as COVID-19 caused freelancer confidence to tumble, it hasn’t looked so bright for the gig economy.
Celebrity endorsements were the original form of influencer marketing. But does using influencers as part of your product promotion automatically ensure product success? It’s not as simple as you might think. New research shows that attractive influencers might just ruin your chances.