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Turbo Charge Your Career With The Most Powerful Leadership Tool Of All: The Leadership Talk : Turbo Charge Your Career With The Most Powerful Leadership Tool Of All: The Leadership Talk By: Brent Filson To develop and deliver a great Leadership Talk, you must understand that every Talk has three important parts. (1) Audience Needs.
added on 16.01.2015. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Easy to be Foolish About PR : Easy to be Foolish About PR By: Robert A. Kelly In fact, here are three really foolish goofs made by too many business, non-profit and association managers.
added on 11.02.2015. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Quick Presentation Tips : Quick Presentation Tips By: Colin Ong TS If your speech is long, have a proper introduction and sub-headings. Do research and know your content well.
added on 30.11.-0001. 00:00 in Business and Finance

How to Pick a Winning Business Name : How to Pick a Winning Business Name By: Ashish Monga What's in a name? Think of your business name as an external mask for your business. If it's something your target audience like, they would consider checking it, if they don't, in most cases you have lost a customer even before you could tell them what your product or service is.
added on 10.05.2015. 10:00 in Business and Finance

Publicity Performance Not Enough? : Publicity Performance Not Enough? By: Robert A. Kelly Even after a nice piece in a national publication, or a stint on a popular talk show, do you still have a feeling that your public relations dollar could be better spent? As a business, non-profit or association manager, do questions like that linger in your mind? Because if they do, you may be coming down with a real case of "I want my PR money's worth!" If that's how you feel, I'd guess that you're probably doing very little that's positive about the behaviors of those important outside audiences of yours that most affect your operation.
added on 15.07.2015. 04:00 in Business and Finance

What *Queer Eye* Can Teach You about the Media : What *Queer Eye* Can Teach You about the Media By: Susan Harrow 1.) Show your passion.
added on 31.07.2015. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Which PR? Judge for Yourself : Which PR? Judge for Yourself By: Robert A. Kelly You are a senior business, non-profit or association manager.
added on 12.08.2015. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Just What Kind of PR Matters to You? : Just What Kind of PR Matters to You? By: Robert A. Kelly Parties, videos, booklets and column plugs? Or public relations that does something positive and directly about those important outside audiences of yours whose behaviors most affect your operation? How happy are you -- as a business, non-profit or association manager -- when you see your PR folks futzing around with special events, brochures, press releases and TV talk show mentions? Especially at a time when you probably need to create the kind of key stakeholder behavior change that leads directly to achieving your managerial objectives? What it comes down to is this: are you simply looking for publicity, or do you want public relations that really CAN change individual perception and lead to equally changed stakeholder behaviors that help you get your PR money's worth? If that sounds more like it, here's the roadmap for you: people act on their own perception of the facts before them, which leads to predictable behaviors about which something can be done.
added on 04.09.2015. 07:00 in Business and Finance

Take the High Ground With Quality PR : Take the High Ground With Quality PR By: Robert A. Kelly Quality public relations does something positive for business, non-profit and association managers about the behaviors of the key external "publics" that most affect their operations.
added on 18.10.2015. 03:00 in Business and Finance

PR and the Small Matter of Results : PR and the Small Matter of Results By: Robert A. Kelly As a business, non-profit and association manager, how satisfied are you when the public relations people assigned to your unit spend the bulk of their time on someone's favorite special event, brochures, press releases and talk-show mentions? Especially when you'd rather have a public relations effort that creates the kind of key stakeholder behavior change that leads directly to achieving your managerial objectives? You know, PR that does something positive about the important outside audiences whose behaviors most affect your operation.
added on 31.10.2015. 16:00 in Business and Finance

The 'Leader's Fallacy' May Prove Howard Dean's Undoing : The 'Leader's Fallacy' May Prove Howard Dean's Undoing By: Brent Filson Howard Dean's tenure as chairman of the Democratic National Committee will be fleeting unless he avoids a common leadership trap I call it, the "Leader's Fallacy". Leaders adhere to the Leader's Fallacy when they believe their enthusiasm for a particular leadership challenge is automatically reciprocated by the people they lead.
added on 15.12.2015. 13:00 in Business and Finance

Why Not Juice-Up Your PR? : Why Not Juice-Up Your PR? By: Robert A. Kelly Say, from tactics like special events, brochures and press releases to a public relations effort more in keeping with the challenges you face as a business, non-profit or association manager? I speak of public relations that alters individual perception and leads to changed behaviors among those key outside audiences of yours.
added on 16.12.2015. 14:00 in Business and Finance

Business Leads : Business Leads By: Barry Stein Anyone who runs their own business can tell you how challenging it is to generate business leads on a consistent basis. Finding good leads and generating more sales is vital to the long term growth of any business.
added on 29.12.2015. 03:00 in Business and Finance

How PR Makes a Manager's Life Easier : How PR Makes a Manager's Life Easier By: Robert A. Kelly Things are pleasant for many business, non-profit or association managers when their public relations people deliver newspaper and talk show mentions, informative brochures and videos, and special events that attract a lot of people.
added on 14.01.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

Online Communities - a Marketer's Wildest Dream and Worst Nightmare! : Online Communities - a Marketer's Wildest Dream and Worst Nightmare! By: Ralph Ritoch Online Communities are all over the Internet and attract lots of visitors which make them ideal for marketing. People participating in these communities share information about whatever they want under various topics.
added on 22.01.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Present Statistics In Context : Present Statistics In Context By: Helen Wilkie "I didn't have 3000 pairs of shoes. I had only 1600 pairs.
added on 21.02.2016. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Why Good PR Warrants Your Attention : Why Good PR Warrants Your Attention By: Robert A. Kelly Because good public relations can alter individual perception and lead to changed behaviors among key outside audiences.
added on 03.03.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

How to Use Graphs and Charts in Your Business Plan : How to Use Graphs and Charts in Your Business Plan By: Dave Lavinsky I often hear the question, "how many graphs or charts should I have in my business plan?" As with most other business planning questions, the answer is "it depends." This article discusses the key factors influencing the number of graphs and charts to include in your business plan.
added on 02.06.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

Advertising Made Easy : Advertising Made Easy By: chet holmes How You Can Make Advertising Pay Big Dividends (source: www.chetholmes.
added on 14.10.2016. 04:00 in Business and Finance

The Cat in the Hat Will Help You Get Your Point : The Cat in the Hat Will Help You Get Your Point By: Ed Sykes Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the Hat" Will Help You Get Your Point Across! (Yes you can, here is the Plan) Copyright 2004 Ed Sykes.
added on 26.11.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

What's Important About PR? : What's Important About PR? By: Robert A. Kelly Quite a bit, actually.
added on 09.12.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

A Blueprint for Managing your PR : A Blueprint for Managing your PR By: Robert A. Kelly OK, as a manager, your goal is to show a profit for your business unit, or meet certain expectations of your association membership, or achieve your non-profit's operating objective.
added on 16.12.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

Add Some Firepower to your PR : Add Some Firepower to your PR By: Robert A. Kelly Sure, as tactics usually presented to business, non-profit and association managers, special events, brochures and news releases are fine.
added on 30.12.2016. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Look Like Sizzle, Be The Steak : Look Like Sizzle, Be The Steak By: Monikah J. Ogando You've heard marketing and advertising gurus quip, "Sell the sizzle, not the steak.
added on 31.12.2016. 10:00 in Business and Finance

What Kind of PR Makes Sense? : What Kind of PR Makes Sense? By: Robert A. Kelly For business, non-profit and association managers, is it publicity that delivers newspaper and talk show mentions backed up by colorful brochures and videos, combined with special events that attract a lot of people? Or could your business, non-profit or association PR dollar be better spent on public relations activity that creates behavior change among your key outside audiences that leads directly to achieving your managerial objectives? And does so by persuading your most important outside audiences to your way of thinking, then moves them to take actions that help your department, division or subsidiary succeed? What we're talking about is the kind of PR that lets you do something positive about the behaviors of those external stakeholders of yours that MOST affect your organization.
added on 01.02.2014. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Inoculate Yourself Against Bad PR : Inoculate Yourself Against Bad PR By: Robert A. Kelly What is bad PR? Well, if you're a business, non-profit or association manager, bad PR does nothing positive about the behaviors of those important outside audiences of yours that most affect your operation.
added on 27.02.2014. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Imagine PR Like This Helping You : Imagine PR Like This Helping You By: Robert A. Kelly As the kids say, how cool is this? You're a business, non-profit or association manager and, finally, you decide to do something positive about the behaviors of those important outside audiences of yours - behaviors that MOST affect your operation.
added on 30.03.2014. 03:00 in Business and Finance

This is the Power of PR : This is the Power of PR By: Robert A. Kelly The power of public relations is its ability to alter individual perception, resulting in changed behaviors that lead directly to your organization's success.
added on 04.05.2014. 14:00 in Business and Finance

Attention PR Shoppers! : Attention PR Shoppers! By: Robert A. Kelly As a business, non-profit or association manager, what do you want? Publicity that delivers newspaper and talk show mentions, or behavior change among your key outside audiences that leads directly to achieving your managerial objectives? Special events that attract a lot of people, or public relations that persuades your most important outside audiences to your way of thinking, then moves them to take actions that help your department, division or subsidiary succeed? Zippy brochures and videos, or a way for you to do something positive about the behaviors of those external audiences of yours that MOST affect your organization? What I believe you need to know about PR are two realities: 1) The right PR really CAN alter individual perception and lead to changed behaviors that help you succeed, and 2), your public relations effort must involve more than special events, brochures and news releases if you really want to get your money's worth, The underlying truth about PR goes this way: people act on their own perception of the facts before them, which leads to predictable behaviors about which something can be done.
added on 31.05.2014. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Same Old, Same Old PR Still Tops : Same Old, Same Old PR Still Tops By: Robert A. Kelly Like human nature over time, the power of good public relations remains the same.
added on 16.06.2014. 09:00 in Business and Finance

The Seven Essential Elements To Successful Business Communication : The Seven Essential Elements To Successful Business Communication By: Lee Hopkins The seven essentials of business communication There are seven essential elements to successful business communication: Structure Clarity Consistency Medium Relevancy Primacy/Recency Psychological Rule of 7±2 If you are going to communicate effectively in business it is essential that you have a solid grasp of these seven elements. So let's look at each in turn.
added on 18.06.2014. 11:00 in Business and Finance

If I Were Coaching You : If I Were Coaching You By: Robert A. Kelly If I were coaching you as a business, non-profit or association manager on how to get the biggest bang for your public relations dollar, I would sum it up for you this way.
added on 14.07.2014. 13:00 in Business and Finance

Don't Give Presentations Or Speeches. Give Leadership Talks Instead. : Don't Give Presentations Or Speeches. Give Leadership Talks Instead.
added on 29.07.2014. 04:00 in Business and Finance

10 Worst Tips To Give A Speaker : 10 Worst Tips To Give A Speaker By: Alan Matthews 1.) Learn the speech by heart or read it from a script.
added on 10.09.2014. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Why Mobile SMS/Text Messaging? : Why Mobile SMS/Text Messaging? By: Vijay Shukla What is Mobile SMS/ Test Messaging? Mobile text Messaging, or Short Message Service (SMS), as we all know it, is the ability to send and receive text messages to and from mobile telephones. The text can comprise words or numbers or an alphanumeric combination.
added on 06.10.2014. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Why PR is an Engine for Economic Growth : Why PR is an Engine for Economic Growth By: Robert A. Kelly Business, non-profit and association managers committing their public relations resources to (1) doing something about the behaviors of those important outside audiences that most affect their operation, (2) creating the kind of external stakeholder behavior change that leads directly to achieving their managerial objectives, and (3) doing so by persuading those key outside folks to their way of thinking by helping to move them to take actions that allow their department, division or subsidiary to succeed - greatly increase the chances of success for their operation.
added on 03.11.2014. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Right PR Empowers a Manager : Right PR Empowers a Manager By: Robert A. Kelly Business, non-profit and association managers are in a stronger position to succeed when they use their public relations resources in a way that alters individual perception leading to changed external stakeholder behavior.
added on 07.11.2014. 09:00 in Business and Finance

A Great Way to Do PR : A Great Way to Do PR By: Robert A. Kelly As a business, non-profit or association manager trying to get a bang for your PR buck, you could pretty much concentrate on simple print and broadcast mentions or, for that matter, the whole basket of tactical public relations weaponry including old favorites like high-visibility speech appearances and newsworthy special events.
added on 30.11.2014. 08:00 in Business and Finance

PR Where it Matters Most : PR Where it Matters Most By: Robert A. Kelly What's more crucial to the success of a business, non-profit or association than its most important outside audiences and stakeholders? Nothing.
added on 22.12.2014. 06:00 in Business and Finance

How To Sell A Website Fast : How To Sell A Website Fast By: Manny Avedissian Dear Website Owner, If you have an existing website or domain name you no longer need and wish to sell it to an interested buyer for a one-time profit, or if you?re a speculator looking to build a steady source of revenue by buying and reselling valuable domain names, this helpful guide will explain the steps you need to take to ensure a quick,easy,profitable sale. Step 1 ? Establish a Reasonable Price for Your Site How Much Can I Get? Before you sell, it's a good idea to know how much the domain is worth.
added on 28.12.2014. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Move Key Audiences to Actions You Want : Move Key Audiences to Actions You Want By: Robert A. Kelly How? Try a blueprint like this: people act on their own perception of the facts before them, which leads to predictable behaviors about which something can be done.
added on 04.01.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

The End is the Beginning : The End is the Beginning By: Stephen D. Boyd People remember best what you say last.
added on 23.01.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

The Presentation After the Presentation : The Presentation After the Presentation By: Stephen D. Boyd Allowing the audience to ask questions after your presentation is an excellent way to reinforce your message and to continue to sell your ideas.
added on 24.01.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

PR Still a Mystery to Some : PR Still a Mystery to Some By: Robert A. Kelly Unfortunately, there are managers who define public relations by its applications.
added on 16.02.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

Are You The Worst Enemy of Your Business? : Are You The Worst Enemy of Your Business? By: Suzanne Everett My 14 year old son attends classes at a martial arts center. The martial arts center is run by a 30 year old man.
added on 20.02.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

The Most Important PR In America : The Most Important PR In America By: Robert A. Kelly Just happens to be public relations activity that alters individual perceptions leading directly to changed behaviors.
added on 28.02.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Managers and PR: One Thing Is Clear : Managers and PR: One Thing Is Clear By: Robert A. Kelly As a business, non-profit or association manager, you have a clear choice when you set up your public relations.
added on 11.03.2016. 13:00 in Business and Finance

Managers, Which PR Is Right For You? : Managers, Which PR Is Right For You? By: Robert A. Kelly An effort built around a string of print and broadcast exposures? Or, a public relations initiative that delivers results far beyond simple publicity tactics.
added on 30.03.2016. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Radio Interviews - How to get them! : Radio Interviews - How to get them! By: Ben Botes The complete article together with preactical excersises and Coaching tips can be found at www.my1stBusiness.
added on 08.04.2016. 17:00 in Business and Finance

A PR Question For Chinese Managers : A PR Question For Chinese Managers By: Robert A. Kelly As the practice of public relations in China continues to mature, it seems appropriate to ask whether Chinese business managers - tutored as they have been by European, North American and other PR specialists - continue to apply major public relations emphasis to print and broadcast communications tactics.
added on 30.04.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Tips to Energize Your Presentations : Tips to Energize Your Presentations By: Sandra Schrift "There can be no knowledge without emotion. We may be aware of a truth, yet until we have felt its force, it is not ours.
added on 01.05.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Right PR Focus A Powerful Advantage : Right PR Focus A Powerful Advantage By: Robert A. Kelly Powerful is a strong word.
added on 21.05.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

How to Keep PR Working for You : How to Keep PR Working for You By: Robert A. Kelly Managers in the non-profit, association and business worlds need to persuade outside audiences with the greatest impact on their operations to their way of thinking.
added on 13.06.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Why News Releases Fail : Why News Releases Fail By: Paul Krupin Sorry about my otaku with this issue (otaku = more than a hobby, a little less than an obsession). Many of you may know me, since I run Imediafax, the Internet to Media Fax Service.
added on 26.07.2016. 06:00 in Business and Finance

How PR Helps Fiercely Competitive Managers : How PR Helps Fiercely Competitive Managers By: Robert A. Kelly Fiercely combative business, non-profit and association managers use every PR weapon they can lay their hands on.
added on 05.08.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Now Appearing: 9 Tips for a Well-Attended Event : Now Appearing: 9 Tips for a Well-Attended Event By: Jenna GlatzerWhen I made the decision to do free workshops and book signings for my latest book, Make a Real Living as a Freelance Writer, I thought it would be easy to draw an audience. I had, after all, done all the right things to prepare for this big event: I had a successful e-zine, AbsoluteWrite.
added on 09.08.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Four Different Ways People Process Your Information : Four Different Ways People Process Your Information By: Sandra SchriftThere are four different ways that audience members assimilate information. They are: visual, auditory, auditory digital, and kinesthetic.
added on 13.08.2016. 00:00 in Business and Finance

A PR Surprise for Managers : A PR Surprise for Managers By: Robert A. KellyFor those business, non-profit and association managers committed to PR tactics like radio and newspaper plugs, it can come as a surprise to discover where public relations value REALLY lies.
added on 21.08.2016. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Be a Storyteller, Not Just a Speaker : Be a Storyteller, Not Just a Speaker By: Sandra SchriftStories develop themes. The themes chosen to illustrate the possibility of stories are: Relationships, Choice, Creativity, Making a Difference, Celebration.
added on 31.08.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

How to Give a Great Speech : How to Give a Great Speech By: Sandra SchriftAs a former owner of a National Speakers Bureau, I have learned from several thousand professional speakers "How to Give a Great Speech." Here are some techniques that I share with my coaching clients who want to become paid professional speakers or business professionals who want to deliver masterful presentations.
added on 01.09.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

The Worst PR Mistakes : The Worst PR Mistakes By: Robert A. KellyFor a business, non-profit or association manager, they could be fatal, coming as they do in four bitter flavors.
added on 06.09.2016. 00:00 in Business and Finance

PR That Entrepreneurs Often Overlook : PR That Entrepreneurs Often Overlook By: Robert A. KellyIf that sounds like you, here's what you may be missing once the new enterprise is launched Public relations that really does something about the behaviors of those key outside audiences that most affect your new enterprise.
added on 15.09.2016. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Be Brief! : Be Brief! By: Stephen D. BoydCenturies ago great speakers often spoke two hours and more.
added on 17.09.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

A Short Guide to Effective Public Speaking : A Short Guide to Effective Public Speaking By: Stephen D. BoydDelivering an effective presentation to 20 or to 200 people is difficult.
added on 18.09.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Your Organization: What Role PR? : Your Organization: What Role PR? By: Robert A. KellyAs a manager, does your current business, non-profit or association public relations effort concern itself primarily with radio and newspaper publicity? Or does it concentrate on a specialty area like financial communications or trade relations? Or, possibly, it deals each day with sales support or government affairs? Actually, maybe your PR effort should concentrate on delivering what you really need? For example, PR that really does something positive about the behaviors of those outside audiences that most affect your organization? PR that uses its fundamental premise to deliver external stakeholder behavior change - the kind that leads directly to achieving your managerial objectives? And PR that persuades those important outside folks to your way of thinking, then moves them to take actions that help your department, division or subsidiary succeed? What fundamental PR premise are we suggesting as your new action blueprint? People act on their own perception of the facts before them, which leads to predictable behaviors about which something can be done.
added on 03.10.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

How to Prepare your Mind/Body to Give Great Speeches : How to Prepare your Mind/Body to Give Great Speeches By: Sandra SchriftSure you have catecholamines - all speakers do. (including Sir Winston Churchill and Presidents Kennedy, Carter, and Reagan.
added on 16.10.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

When Do I Need To Hire A Business Plan Consultant : When Do I Need To Hire A Business Plan Consultant By: Howard SchwartzEvery new business owner knows that a business plan is critical - it is drilled into them by potential investors and every banking officer they meet. So why is something that is so important to the launch of a new venture so difficult to write? Good question! In this article I will try to address when you should go out and hire a business plan writer versus taking on the task yourself.
added on 18.10.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

PR: What's the Point? : PR: What's the Point? By: Robert A. KellyHere's the point: people act on their own perception of the facts before them, which leads to predictable behaviors about which something can be done.
added on 20.10.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Ten Fun Ways to Liven up Any Presentation : Ten Fun Ways to Liven up Any Presentation By: Sandra SchriftMost of us would agree that having humor in our lives increases rapport, strengthens our relationships and overcomes communication barriers. People who work in a positive, often playful environment are more likely to stay.
added on 04.11.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Why PR is a Vital Force : Why PR is a Vital Force By: Robert A. KellyBecause it can alter individual perception and lead to changed behaviors.
added on 15.11.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

12 Ways to be a Confident Public Speaker : 12 Ways to be a Confident Public Speaker By: Sandra SchriftSpeak from your heart. If you believe in what you say, than others need to hear it.
added on 16.11.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

What Many PR Users Ignore : What Many PR Users Ignore By: Robert A. KellySimply that the behaviors of their most important outside audiences rank pretty low on their list of things to worry about.
added on 02.12.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Coaching Tips for Powerful Presentations : Coaching Tips for Powerful Presentations By: Sandra SchriftTip #1 The purpose of your speech is to get results; to help people make changes and think or act differently. So start with the end in mind.
added on 10.12.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

PR Essential to your Success : PR Essential to your Success By: Robert A. KellyWhether you are a business, non-profit or association manager, your success will depend, to a large degree, on how well you positively impact the behaviors of those outside audiences that most affect your operation.
added on 14.12.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

How to be a Great Speaker : How to be a Great Speaker By: Sandra SchriftDid you know that great speakers are often nervous with butterflies in their stomach before giving a presentation? And there are many actors/actresses who can not speak to live audiences without cue cards. My 13 years as a professional speakers bureau owner allowed me to hear several thousand speakers give their presentations.
added on 17.12.2016. 06:00 in Business and Finance

How to Use Humor to Increase Sales : How to Use Humor to Increase Sales By: Roger C. ParkerUsing cartoons can help brand your marketing and drive home important messages.
added on 29.12.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Top 7 Tips for Speakers : Top 7 Tips for Speakers By: Sandra SchriftPublic Speaking is the number one way to advance your business career. Do you get nervous when speaking to a group? Do you feel butterflies in your stomach? The following tips will help you get your butterflies to fly in formation.
added on 30.01.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Managers: Why PR is SO Key : Managers: Why PR is SO Key By: Robert A. KellyWhen outside audiences important to your operation do not understand what you are all about or, worse, harbor misconceptions, inaccuracies, untruths and false assumptions about you, you are likely to suffer negative, key audience behaviors that can prevent you from achieving your operating objectives.
added on 06.02.2016. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Top 7 Steps to Better Public Speaking : Top 7 Steps to Better Public Speaking By: Sandra SchriftWhether you want to be a part time, full time or BIG time speaker you must speak, speak, speak. At first, deliver 25-30 minute free talks to service clubs and community organizations.
added on 08.02.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Top 10 Mistakes Made in Business Plans : Top 10 Mistakes Made in Business Plans By: Jan B. King Lenders and investors may see hundreds of business plans in a single day.
added on 28.04.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

27 Tips For An Effective Presentation : 27 Tips For An Effective Presentation By: Jacki Rose So you're not a professional speaker. That's no excuse for NOT giving a professional presentation.
added on 10.05.2016. 07:00 in Business and Finance

How Real PR Works : How Real PR Works By: Robert A. Kelly For some, public relations works well when their news release or special event winds up in the newspaper or on the radio.
added on 10.06.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

What is an Artist's Statement & How Often Should It Be Updated? : What is an Artist's Statement & How Often Should It Be Updated? By: Yasmeen Abdur-Rahman An artist’s statement is a statement of ideas and thoughts that describe your philosophy, vision, and passion towards your artistic creations. Ponder over the following questions prior to writing your artist’s statement: Is your work whimsical, thought provoking, or edgy? Does it portray a series of stories? Whom or what has influenced you the most? How is your work meaningful to you? How do you begin to write your artists statement? You could begin by writing a quote that has inspired you and your work, or you could create a strong sentence that summarizes your philosophy about your life and how art has changed your views on life in general.
added on 15.06.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

Presentation Pitfalls Series: Top 10 Content Mangement Mistakes : Presentation Pitfalls Series: Top 10 Content Mangement Mistakes By: Melissa Mayers Lewis Here, David Letterman style, are what I consider to be the Top 10 most common mistakes presenters make when organizing and preparing their content: 10) Not setting the stage. An introduction should be more than just "Hello.
added on 02.07.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Present Your Message with Power and Pizzazz : Present Your Message with Power and Pizzazz By: Della Menechella If you're ready to kick your career or business up to the next level, then make it a goal to become a powerful presenter. People view savvy communicators as being more capable, intelligent, and knowledgeable than those individuals who have difficulty in communicating their ideas.
added on 07.08.2016. 00:00 in Business and Finance

Creating Value With Streaming Video Content : Creating Value With Streaming Video Content By: John Howarth Having a corporate or promotional video for your company is often viewed as something of an expensive luxury - useful, but rarely considered to be an essential marketing tool. Whilst many businesses can understand the benefits of having a corporate video, all too often they are put off by the perceived cost and subsequently find it hard to justify commercially.
added on 19.01.2015. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Ten Fatal Flaws Frequently Found from the Podium : Ten Fatal Flaws Frequently Found from the Podium By: Sandra Schrift 1.) No clear purpose for the presentation.
added on 14.02.2015. 20:00 in Business and Finance

The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Speakers : The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Speakers By: Sandra Schrift Successful speakers do not do all the right things all the time. They often take risks and risk bombing.
added on 15.02.2015. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Growing Your Meetings In CyberSpace : Growing Your Meetings In CyberSpace By: Philippa Gamse As increasing numbers of people search for information on the Internet, it becomes more imperative to have a compelling Website to promote and support your meetings. Here is my list of "The Seven Most Important Things You can do Online": 1.
added on 16.02.2015. 22:00 in Business and Finance

Two Steps to Improving Your Marketing Success : Two Steps to Improving Your Marketing Success By: Joel Sussman Since the human brain seems to be able to focus on only one thought at a time, it's difficult to evaluate an advertising idea from the perspective of both a marketer and a customer. That's why it's necessary to use a two-step process when developing highly effective ads, sales letters, web pages, and e-mails.
added on 17.02.2015. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Managers Need Basic PR : Managers Need Basic PR By: Robert A. Kelly True, because department, division or subsidiary managers for a business, non-profit or association really DO need a dynamic yet workable blueprint for reaching those key outside groups of people who have a big say about how successful those managers are going to be.
added on 07.03.2015. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Managers Who Spend PR $$ Wisely : Managers Who Spend PR $$ Wisely By: Robert A. Kelly If you are a department, division or subsidiary manager, your budget is a precious possession whether you work for a business, a non-profit or an association.
added on 23.03.2015. 10:00 in Business and Finance

Managerial Survival Key : Managerial Survival Key By: Robert A. Kelly For business, non-profit or association managers like yourself, survival pretty much depends on whether you achieve, or fail to achieve your department, division or subsidiary objectives.
added on 28.03.2015. 15:00 in Business and Finance

When Managers Play the PR Card : When Managers Play the PR Card By: Robert A. Kelly The payoff for business, non-profit or association managers can be a real assist towards meeting their department, division or subsidiary objectives.
added on 02.04.2015. 20:00 in Business and Finance

How Managers Hit PR Paydirt : How Managers Hit PR Paydirt By: Robert A. Kelly As a business, non-profit or association manager, you'll know it's PR paydirt when you're able to persuade your key external stakeholders to your way of thinking, then move them to take actions that lead to your department, division or subsidiary's success.
added on 14.04.2015. 08:00 in Business and Finance

The Best PR Has to Offer Managers : The Best PR Has to Offer Managers By: Robert A. Kelly How cool is this? You're a business, non-profit or association manager.
added on 21.04.2015. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Managers and PR Genius : Managers and PR Genius By: Robert A. Kelly The real public relations geniuses might be managers.
added on 28.04.2015. 22:00 in Business and Finance

Something "New" For Managers? : Something "New" For Managers? By: Robert A. Kelly A new public relations blueprint could be a good idea if you're a business, non-profit or association manager who's not getting the important external audience behaviors you need to achieve your department, division or subsidiary objectives.
added on 05.05.2015. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Hey, Mr/Ms Manager! : Hey, Mr/Ms Manager! By: Robert A. Kelly Does it really make sense to bet your PR budget on results like newspaper mentions and zippy brochures while your all-important outside audience behaviors are probably receiving much less attention than they need? I mean, the concern is valid.
added on 12.05.2015. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Get Outsiders on Your Side : Get Outsiders on Your Side By: Robert A. Kelly Especially good advice for business, non-profit and association managers whose job success depends in large part on the behaviors of their key external audiences.
added on 18.05.2015. 18:00 in Business and Finance