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How can I work out what required skillsets are missing in the business?

As your business grows, it’s likely you’ll begin to need different skill sets to the ones you initially identified. For example, you may require a dedicated social media manager instead of trying to incorporate social media into a pre-existing role, or it can be as simple as upskilling current employees to complete a new task. Either way, being aware of the skills required as your business grows will maintain your company’s productivity into the future.

Ways to help you deal with it:

Action plan

How to define what success looks like for your business

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Follow this step-by-step action plan to help you define what success means for your business.

ACTION PLANS are a structured list of steps designed to help you approach tackling a particular business challenge.

  • We explain why each step is important
  • Customise by setting your own completion dates and assign tasks
  • Helpful tools are provided for certain steps
  • A downloadable PDF version of each action plan is available


An introduction to identifying the skillsets that are missing from your business

There’s an important gap between the skills you have now and those you need for the future. Identifying those skillsets reduces risk and empowers growth.

GUIDES break a challenge down, providing important context and real-world experiences.

  • Based on SME experiences, not corporate jargon
  • Filled with real-world stories
  • Achievable steps every business can take

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