In the Media

Highlights of recent articles in the media written by one of the team or featuring Company Shortcuts.


Top Business Tips for 2015 – by Lara Morgan, millionaire investor, wife and mother. January 2015.
Lara shares with Nina-Iraq the 10 business priorities for women in business wanting to accelerate profitable growth in the year ahead.

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What a mentor should offer you. January 2015.
Written by Company Shortcuts founder, Lara Morgan talks about what she looked for in a mentor and what she thinks a mentor should offer. If you are a mentor, how do you think you shape up?

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Leadership Inside Out. January 2015.
Writing from experience Nicola Cook considers the impact of our behaviour on teams as leaders. Every human interaction leaves emotional imprints, so why don't more leaders leave positive imprints given the response it provokes?

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LDN Biz Journal JAN15

How to attract, reward and motivate a team of rainmakers. January 2015.
Inspiring piece published in this month's London Business Journal by Nicola Cook, about attracting, rewarding and motivating sales leaders for accelerated profitable growth.

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When In Rome Or East Asia. December 2014.

Exporters should adapt to the local culture and business etiquette in their target markets. Featuring Lara Morgan

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When is a sale a sale? December 2014.
Depending on who you talk to in your organisation will depend on the answer you’re given. Great article by Nicola Cook in Sales Initiative Magazine looking at the different stages - emotional close, legal close and financial close.

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Company Shortcuts opinion pieces in The Guardian online

Nicola Cook talks to the Guardian about team building. November 2014.
Communication seems to be what really makes staff feel at one in a team, and also enables people to keep on top of what is expected of them, and how to react if anything goes wrong.

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