Tag: Bank of England

Effective Decision-Making: Head And Heart

Strategy and Passion are words that are not generally associated with strategic planning. Most people regard strategic planning as an intellectual exercise that must...

What Is Love? Try Sharing A Car!

For the past two decades, I have shared a company car with colleagues as we have provided services to large geographical areas.  In this...

Unlocking The Edge You Need To Be A Better Decision Maker

As a business leader, you cannot be satisfied with the status quo. The moment you start losing momentum is the moment you begin to...

Potential Issues All Medical Entrepreneurs Could Face

Starting any new business is fraught with potential issues and difficulties. However, people setting themselves up in the medical field will experience that tenfold....

Banking On Failure: Fixing Banking (Part 2)

The previous excerpt for Chapter 12 discussed “nibbling the edges” as the current, weak reform of banking Editor’s Note: This is the next in a...

You’re The New CEO Of A Failing Business: 5 Things To...

Businesses fail and in some cases rise again. However, for almost all businesses, the reasons for failing in the first place ranges from management...

The Diminishing Practice Of Contingency Recruiting

Contingency Recruiting in its purest form is when the recruiter/staffing firm engages in searches for talent on behalf of their client without collecting...

Brexit. It’s About Freedom, Choice and Democracy.

If you ask me where I am from, I will tell you England. Not ‘The UK’. England. I also describe myself as an Englishman....

Bringing Back Non-QM

Litigation Guard, LLC and Bankers Insurance Service (BIS) have launched an online product for lenders that seeks to revitalize lending in the non-QM market....

Am I The Only One?

by Jane Anderson, Featured Contributor I struggle.  I admit it.  Am I the only one at age 58 who still questions if they are living...