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HR Solutions


A multi-award-winning HR company has teamed up with an internationally recognised accountancy fi rm to provide additional support to businesses as part of the economic bounce back from the pandemic. HR Solutions, which has a head offi ce in Kettering, is partnering


with Nordens Chartered Accountants to run a series of webinars on the Interactive Accelerator Programme (IAP) covering subjects such as sales and marketing, mindset, cashfl ow and culture. IAP co-founder Joe Sword, Head of Strategic Consultancy at


Nordens, will be leading the webinars, guiding businesses through how to achieve a positive attitude at work and in life, whilst analysing ways to maximise your profi t, potential and credentials. T e webinars are accessible on https://www.hrsolutions-uk.com/


business-support/ and will run weekly on Wednesdays from 11am until 12 noon as follows: - May 5 – Mindset - May 12 – Cashfl ow - May 19 – Systems & Processes - May 26 – Profi tability - June 2 – Team & Culture


HR Solutions CEO Greg Guilford said: “Setting clear goals and an overall vision is one of the most important parts of any creative processes, especially in business. One of the biggest sins for a business owner is to not have a goal, and arguably even worse is having a goal that lacks purpose, meaning and clarity, and following it. “It’s essential to think about your consumer and how your off erings


will aff ect them. T is will essentially articulate the ‘why’ in your vision and uncover the solid core of your business in the process.” Joe Sword said: “With our years


of experience working with business owners of all sizes and in varying industries, we are well positioned to understand and advise on what successful businesses do diff erently from those who aren’t successful. “The IAP is a bi-weekly group


consultancy and advisory programme designed at giving small business owners three key things: knowledge, clear direction and goal setting, and accountability. T is helps to remove any emotional attachment, whilst enabling you to view things from a diff erent angle.” Greg added: “T e fi nal segment of


the IAP is all about team and culture which provides the fabric and DNA of your business. Having a clear direction for your team is integral to achieving success. It’s almost impossible to succeed without eff ective and regular communication in place. “Listening to your team and


involving them in facets of the business, especially your goals and vision of the company, is imperative.


ALL THINGS BUSINESS 71


Firms join forces to run economic recovery webinars


“We are delighted to be working with Joe and


Nordens to deliver these helpful and informative webinars to help businesses get back on track after what has been a diffi cult 12 months of trading for all.”


HR Solutions provides expert outsourced HR


and Health and Safety consultancy support to businesses in a variety of industries and has a client list that ranges from small care agencies to multi- national technology fi rms. Its HR consultants have extensive experience in the HR and Health and Safety sectors and have the ability to resolve any employment issues that may arise.


Greg Guilford CEO at


HR Solutions


For more information on HR Solutions and the webinar series, go to www.hrsolutions-uk.com/business-support


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