Management | BBC's The Apprentice reveals tricks to managing talent

BBC's The Apprentice reveals tricks to managing talent

With the life-changing series of The Apprentice in full-swing, Lord Sugar is halfway through his quest to finding another suitable business partner. And, last night budding entrepreneur Sarah Ann Magson was the latest candidate to be let go from the esteemed process.

The series – which follows budding businessmen and women – shadows contestants fighting for their chance to become Lord Sugar’s newest business partner, as well as win a £250,000 cash injection to kick-start their business.

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