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Chloe Taylor

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Chloe is an art historian and environmentalist who blogs with passion about design, small business, success and productivity. She is a huge fan of social media, dark chocolate and practical design solutions. You can find Chloe on FB or Twitter.
The Reasons For and Against Joining Co-Working Space

The Reasons For and Against Joining Co-Working Space

Co-working offices are popping up across the globe, and they seem to have a high appeal in the eyes of modern businessmen. But are...
How are Millennials Changing the Business World

How are Millennials Changing the Business World

A shout-out to all the amazingly capable, courageous individuals out there who are, despite the current state of the economy, fighting for the ongoing...
5 Inspirational TED Talks

5 Inspirational TED Talks

A few years ago I was stuck doing a job I did not actually enjoy with no prospects of it changing anytime soon. It took...

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Time to Weigh Up Your Transformation Value

Leaders often ask “are we maximising the value of our investments?” - but those overseeing transformation programmes sometimes struggle to provide data-driven responses to...

How-To Use Instagram’s New Slideshow Feature

Did you know that Instagram users are seeing a per-follower engagement rate of 4.21%? This is 58 x HIGHER than Facebook, and 120 x...
What Do Employees Want for Holiday Gifts

What Do Employees Want for Holiday Gifts

The holiday season is upon us and while pretty much every business owner or manager is thinking about how to entice as many customers...
How Nutella Pancakes Helped Me Understand That Data Doesn’t Matter

How Nutella Pancakes Helped Me Understand That Data Doesn’t Matter

I was reminded of a great secret yesterday. It came twice, both times unexpectedly. It started while I was making chocolate batter pancakes covered with Nutella...
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The ‘Who Do You Know Syndrome’ Becomes a Society Issue

The gap between the two social classes (Haves and Have not) continues to widen as our present societies have adopted class difference as a...