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Risk is involved any time money changes hands. Accounts payable departments are constantly under attack from bad actors trying to trick them into sending money to fraudulent bank accounts. However, tight internal controls, ongoing training, and payment automation can all help reduce the risk. Payment automation enhances AP and finance security. It’s expensive and time-consuming
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A toxic leader is someone that hasn’t learned the correct leadership style to maintain a successful team, damages the well-being of their employees, and fails to contribute to a positive culture. Unsurprisingly, these toxic leaders can deeply impact the employee experience. Here’s how to retrain them for the better. More than almost anything else, the
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Creativity is the most distinguishable quality for every leader in every domain. Creative leaders display distinctly different behaviors, values, and characteristics from traditional management, and they get exponential results, inspire creativity in others, build productive teams, and drive successful businesses. They embrace originality and make unique connections between disparate universes past and present to light
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Running a successful company requires all areas of the business to fire on all cylinders. Smart CEOs strive to create a high performance corporate culture that resonates with employees and reduces expensive turnover. However, at times the organization’s own leadership may unknowingly contribute and encourage a toxic workplace for the sake of success. Proactively addressing
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There’s a truth that every entrepreneur is going to have to face at some point or another: there’s no such thing as risk-free success. Ever heard the phrase, “If you’re not growing, you’re dying?” Well, it’s true…and it’s also true that all growth comes with risk. My life as an entrepreneur has been full of
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I enjoyed listening to Oprah Winfrey’s commencement speech, 2013 at Harvard University. There are several takeaways from her thought-provoking and inspiring speech. An idea flashed on my mind to write an article to identify the true purpose and calling. Many people don’t realize their true purpose and calling resulting in struggling throughout their lives. Identifying
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In April my ex-husband passed away after a very short battle with cancer. It’s an unusual expression –  to ‘battle’ with cancer. There was no battle. The cancer was cunning. It arrived unannounced and spread its evil through his body without fanfare. By the time he was aware that he was under attack, it was
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Being the Granddaughter of a world-famous film maker comes with its own set of quirks, many might believe that opportunities are handed on a silver tray and granted carrying the Chaplin name might have some benefits, however Chaplin’s Granddaughter, Kiera, from his fourth wife Oona O’Neil has successfully stared in a movie, launched a number
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You may have heard stories about offshoring that went wrong and made companies lose thousands of dollars. Or maybe you have tried to delegate development abroad yourself, but it didn’t turn out as you expected. No matter how you perceive offshoring now, it’s a fact that many companies not only managed to transfer programming overseas
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