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Posted in: Strategic Thinking , DAC, self-employed, knowledge bureau, Small Business, business development, leadership, tax courses Evelyn Jacks, Business Builder Retreat, Philippe Richer, business owner, entreprenreur, prorietorship agreement, shareholder agreement, business contract, business investing
It’s critical to operate within safe havens if you are in business today. To mitigate the challenges and issues partners and shareholders in business face during the business-building process, it’s essential to have a contract in place. But many don’t understand the core components before signing on the dotted line.
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Having trouble relaxing on your summer vacation? You’re not alone. Two-thirds of Canadians work more than 45 hours a week. Of these individuals, only 23 percent are satisfied with their quality of life, which hinges on work-life balance. It’s also widely accepted that entrepreneurs and business owners work significantly more than the average worker – and that can negatively impact effective leadership and corporate culture when self-care isn’t a priority.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, entrepreneur, Morneau, marijuana legalization, courses for entrepreneurs, budget 2018, leadership development, business development courses, leadership retreat, corporate culture, cannabis legalization, recreational drugs, employee culture, workplace issues, business retreat, business workships, business networking, Quebec City conferences, business builder
Cannabis is already on the mind of tax and financial advisors due to its inclusion in Budget 2018 and its pending legalization and accompanying taxation. But that isn’t all you should be thinking about, as it triggers an essential and controversial leadership discussion – what’s tolerable in the workplace?
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, Small Business, distinguished advisor conference, economic trends, financial education, entrepreneur, business development, leadership, leadership courses, Executive Business Builder Program, online education, online campus, business news, CBC, Business Panel, Jenifer Bartman, building business founcations, leadership retreat
Knowledge Bureau is thrilled to announce that faculty member Jenifer Bartman, who will be a guest lecturer on the November CE Summit Tour, is appearing as a regular panelist on the CBC News Network Weekend Business Panel.
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Leading with integrity is essential for business success, but just how do up-and-coming leaders do so with integrity and accountability on a day-to-day basis in a very busy world? Please join our Executive Business Builders Network to chime in on the issues our Joanne Sigurdson, author of Knowledge Bureau’s Business Leadership, Culture, and Continuity Course, is challenging our LinkedIn discussion group with:
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, Accounting, tax courses, financial education, business development, accounting courses, business growth, online education, small business accountant
Are you a small-business owner thinking about hiring a highly qualified bookkeeper? Or perhaps you are thinking about expanding your own skills and credentials to handle your own financial matters better in house? Getting your business affairs and tax information in order is very important as CRA is clamping down with increased audit activities these days.