Interviewing in the modern age, Big Ideas for Business, Evan Carmichael, BookBub.com and Robert Kyosaki make up a packed show this week. There really is something for every type of business.
Our topical torch this week turns the spotlight to interviewing and modern recruitment methods. We take a look at questions to avoid, how to raise business profile to attract and retain the right staff and reasons to get recruitment spot on.
News items this week, look forward and include a welcome end to gender biased advertisements, Heathrow’s third runway approval and the anticipate launch of Facebook’s digital currency Libra.
The discovery section highlights a book that Tracy found particularly interesting which was Big Ideas… For Small Businesses by John Lamerton and American author and online guru Evan Carmichael catches Heather’s eye along with online book search site Bookbub.com which provides discounted books via regular update so that you don’t have to look too hard for bargain reads.
And finally, our business profile this week is a man whose name you will have heard even if you’ve never heard him speak. Well known self publicist author and founder of Rich Global LLC and the Rich Dad Company, Robert Kiyosaki gives us an opportunity to focus on how to build reputation, how to make brave decisions and how to spend our hard earned cash.
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