Harriet Genever

Harriet Genever

Harriet Genever is a freelance writer and copyeditor, specializing in blog posts, research articles and customer case studies. As the founder of her Australian-based business, Write Beyond, she works with B2B companies and small business, developing compelling content to attract customers and keep them engaged. With a background in Human Resource Management, Harriet enjoys the personal interaction with clients and their customers when working on writing projects. She is also a true believer that the key to success in any business is its people.

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What Counts That We’re Not Counting?
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What Counts That We’re Not Counting?

We know how important it is to keep an eye on the numbers. But what about those “soft metrics” that are harder to track—things like employee satisfaction? They may be more difficult to pin down, but overlooking them can spell trouble for the health of your company.

Building Your Dream Team
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Building Your Dream Team

When you are hiring the people and building the team that will help carry your company to productivity and success, there is a lot more to consider than just the ability to do the job. Yes, education, experience, and skills matter, but there are other critical factors to consider.

How Disney Used Its Unique Story to Achieve Success
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How Disney Used Its Unique Story to Achieve Success

Have you ever wondered what storytelling has to do with marketing? It turns out that—for incredible success when selling a brand—telling a compelling story is key. In fact, storytelling should be at the heart of a company’s marketing efforts, and nobody knows this better than Disney.

Where Did the 8-Hour Workday Go?
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Where Did the 8-Hour Workday Go?

On the surface, the 8-hour workday is the accepted norm across North America and in many countries around the world, but is this the way people really work? With a global shift into the age of technology, this question is more valid than ever. Here’s why.