Author Archives for Katie Hammond

Bored Meetings: How to Increase Board Engagement

October 29, 2018 9:45 am Published by Comments Off on Bored Meetings: How to Increase Board Engagement

Are your board meetings downright boring? If so, you’re not alone. Many companies, both public and private, are having trouble stirring up board engagement. Ian Brenner offers some ideas on how to approach your…


Retail: How Lenders are Overcoming the Fear

October 16, 2018 2:34 pm Published by Comments Off on Retail: How Lenders are Overcoming the Fear

The world of retail can be scary—especially from a lender’s perspective. Recently, many well-known retailers have closed-up shop and many more continue to struggle. Even before the current environment, lenders have…


Adding a Dash of Science into the Talent Management Mix

October 3, 2018 2:43 pm Published by Comments Off on Adding a Dash of Science into the Talent Management Mix

It’s estimated that a failed hire can cost a company as much as $220,000. Can your organization afford a hit like that? Taabish Hasan offers a unique solution that will result in both…


The One Secret to Enhancing Executive Presence

September 28, 2018 11:16 am Published by Comments Off on The One Secret to Enhancing Executive Presence

Do you know how your audience perceives you? Work presentations, client pitches, or causal chats with your colleagues can be challenging, but they don’t have to be. However, pinpointing the external perspective can be…


Financing Options During a Legal Dispute

July 18, 2018 10:35 am Published by Comments Off on Financing Options During a Legal Dispute

When large public companies get into legal disputes, they have plenty of liquidity available to proceed with business as usual even if the dispute leads to a protracted defence. But for a majority of businesses…


Advising Business Clients with Difficult Financing Requests

May 17, 2018 9:05 am Published by Comments Off on Advising Business Clients with Difficult Financing Requests

A common issue that companies face is that they have an imminent and material financing need and have been looking to their current lender to provide the financing. The lender, for various reasons, has determined…