Technology may make remote working and video conferencing significantly easier, but what it can’t do for us is automate humanity. We may have a screen in front of us, but there’s no reason we cannot exercise patience, ask questions and show an interest in the other party as an individual.
Although I’m not denying that times have been tough, I think it’s important to reflect on what I have learned over the past couple of months, and what I plan to take away from my experience.
The Northern Ireland Executive recently released its 5 step plan to re-open the local economy. The purpose of this workshop is to decipher what this means for businesses in the […]
Full Circle is Ireland’s leading SME-focused business advisory practice. We provide practical and ‘hands-on’ support to our SME and micro enterprise clients in order that they can make positive change and […]
In this mad world that we are now all living in, we are seeking to strengthen our in-house digital and social media consultancy team in response to the needs of […]
THE CIRCLE WIDENS – NEW MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY STAFF REQUIRED AT FULL CIRCLE! Due to ongoing growth in Northern Ireland and further afield, we wish to expand our consultancy team through […]
In a digital world where Amazon is King, one may be tempted to think that customer interaction and relationship building is swiftly becoming a thing of the past – False. […]
Based in Belfast, Full Circle is now one of Ireland’s leading management consultancy practices with specific expertise in supporting the growth efforts of SMEs and micro enterprises across NI and […]
Based in Belfast, Full Circle is one of Northern Ireland’s leading business consultancy providers. Whilst NI remains our principal target market, we now generate over 35% of our work from […]
A free programme for owner-managers of small businesses who want to win new sales New sales are the lifeblood of any business and this programme is about providing participants with […]