Tag Search

100 item(s) tagged with; communication.

The SOUP Model : The SOUP Model By: Dr. Alvin Chan In the past, many organizations have relied on generic personality profiling tools to assess, recruit and manage their employees.
added on 13.01.2015. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Ten Reasons to Implement Choice Theory in Your Organization : Ten Reasons to Implement Choice Theory in Your Organization By: Kim Olver What is Choice Theory (CT)? CT is a theory of the explanation of human behavior. CT has applicability to both a person's personal and professional life.
added on 18.02.2015. 00:00 in Business and Finance

Success And Communication : Success And Communication By: David Bell Everything we do in life requires communication. Personal and business success often hinges on how well we understand others and how well they can understand us.
added on 26.02.2015. 08:00 in Business and Finance

What To Look For In A Real Estate Agent : What To Look For In A Real Estate Agent By: Tom Levine Real Estate Agents play an essential, critical role in the process of buying and selling a home. You just simply cannot afford to work with an agent that does not exhibit top-scale professional values.
added on 07.07.2015. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Creating a Winning Staff Team : Creating a Winning Staff Team By: Shaun Kirk As a business owner, I've had staff come and go over the years: some have done extremely well, and others not so well. During the time I was involved in running my business, I found some weaknesses in myself that tremendously affected things that were going on, especially from a negative point of view.
added on 22.08.2015. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Body Language Speakers Louder Than Words : Body Language Speakers Louder Than Words By: Lydia Ramsey Has it ever occurred to you how much you are saying to people even when you are not speaking? Unless you are a master of disguise, you are constantly sending messages about your true thoughts and feelings whether you are using words or not. Studies show that your words account for only 7% of the messages you convey.
added on 07.10.2015. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Throw Out Your "Selling" Language - Unlock Your Natural Voice : Throw Out Your "Selling" Language - Unlock Your Natural Voice By: Ari Galper I was sitting at my desk last week when my phone rang. I picked it up and said, "This is Ari with Unlock The Game.
added on 10.12.2015. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Top 7 Methods to Empower Employees : Top 7 Methods to Empower Employees By: Chris Anderson How many times have you asked someone to do something like "draw up a plan for such and such project"? Your employee completes the plan, but then you say, "That is not what I wanted" or "That is not how you do it". And so the employee thinks: but you didn't tell me exactly how you wanted it done.
added on 14.12.2015. 12:00 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

The Monkey Trap and Communication Problems : The Monkey Trap and Communication Problems By: Robert F. Abbott Have you heard the story of the monkey trap? It's said to be true, and goes like this: In tropical countries, hunters used to capture monkeys with a simple but effective trap.
added on 31.12.2015. 05:00 in Business and Finance

5 Steps to Build Stronger Communication and Understanding : 5 Steps to Build Stronger Communication and Understanding By: Chris Anderson Part Three of a Four-Part Series Part One: http://www.bizmanualz.
added on 26.01.2016. 07:00 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

Branding and Internal Communication : Branding and Internal Communication By: Robert F. Abbott In the I-HR newsletter, moderator Beth N.
added on 09.04.2016. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Powerful Words in Sales : Powerful Words in Sales By: Greg Woodley I'd like to discuss the most powerful words you can use during the selling process. After all Rudyard Kipling said, "Words are the most powerful drug used by mankind.
added on 19.04.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Throw Out The Lifeline : Throw Out The Lifeline By: Robert F. Abbott The television show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" made a great splash when launched, and even spawned a number of imitators.
added on 01.05.2016. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Secure Method of Communication : Secure Method of Communication By: Max Penn Introduction..
added on 29.05.2016. 10:00 in Business and Finance

7 Ways to Get to the Truth: When the Sale "Disappears" : 7 Ways to Get to the Truth: When the Sale "Disappears" By: Ari Galper You're close, really close, to making a sale. Your potential client is in the market for your product or service and you've had a couple of good meetings.
added on 05.06.2016. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Communicate and Prosper! : Communicate and Prosper! By: Helen Wilkie How much has poor communication cost your company in the past twelve months? Chances are, you have no idea. Chances are even better it's a lot more than you can afford.
added on 03.07.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Dead Silence From Your Prospect: The Worst Sound Of All : Dead Silence From Your Prospect: The Worst Sound Of All By: Ari Galper Could this be the worst moment in your selling cycle? You've done all the right things with your prospect: You've identified a real need and developed a reasonably solid relationship. You've determined that your prospect is interested in your solution.
added on 14.07.2016. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Staying Cool When the Job Heats Up : Staying Cool When the Job Heats Up By: Dale Collie Jobs are heating up. We're all feeling the pinch of hiring freezes and information overload.
added on 27.07.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Global Market in the Cyber world Go and Get It! : Global Market in the Cyber world-Go and Get It! By: Ray Smith With the Internet opening up the doorway to the global market, everybody is up and running to reap the maximum benefit of this widely used medium. Not only has Internet gained importance as an important medium of communication but also has given a platform to thousands of people to nurture their entrepreneurship and realize their dreams of self-employment.
added on 23.09.2016. 07:00 in Business and Finance

Coaching for Lawyers: 10 Ways a Lawyer Can Benefit from Working with a Professional Coach : Coaching for Lawyers: 10 Ways a Lawyer Can Benefit from Working with a Professional Coach By: Jatrine Bentsi-Enchill, J.D.
added on 02.10.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

The 5 Biggest Blunders in Business Development : The 5 Biggest Blunders in Business Development By: Joseph Sommerville, PhD Effective communication skills are essential to successful business development. Yet they're often under-emphasized and sometimes completely ignored.
added on 01.11.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

The Future is Now : The Future is Now By: Christina Nikolov One of the missions of ChartWatchCentral is to inform our readers of opportunity before it mainstreams. There is tremendous opportunity in the futuristic field of Nanotechnology.
added on 07.11.2016. 04:00 in Business and Finance

Your Resume Should Have Character : Your Resume Should Have Character By: Linda Matias The notion that employers are only interested in where you have been and where you are heading is pure nonsense. Experienced hiring managers take into account both your experience and your character.
added on 24.11.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Ten Customer Service Secrets to Win Back Customers : Ten Customer Service Secrets to Win Back Customers By: Ed Sykes Recently I was facilitating an Outstanding Customer Service program and broke for lunch. Knowing that the restaurants in the area had much to desire as far as service I gave the students an extra fifteen minutes for lunch.
added on 28.11.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Five Secrets to Gaining Credibility with Your Team : Five Secrets to Gaining Credibility with Your Team By: Ed Sykes Towers Perrin, the corporate benefits consulting firm, surveyed over 1000 American workers and found the following: Only 51 percent of all workers trust their organizations to tell the truth in employee communications Only 48 percent of all workers with more than five years of tenure believe their companies are honest in their employee communications Only 44 percent of all workers over age 50 trust their organizations to tell them the truth in employee communications Organizations then wonder why worker productivity decreases, employee loyalty is at an all time low, and human resource situations increase. Your employees see everyday, at least in their eyes, the following: Record profits, yet massive layoffs Hearing how important they are, yet having their jobs outsourced Experiencing changes to their jobs, yet not being asked for their ideas Being told how they are doing a great job, yet being yelled at for mistakes in front of colleagues No wonder there is tension in the workplace.
added on 03.12.2016. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Avoid Outsourcing Pitfalls in Plastic Injection Molds and Stamping Dies : Avoid Outsourcing Pitfalls in Plastic Injection Molds and Stamping Dies By: Steve Koons When looking to outsource overseas for Plastic Injection Molds or Stamping Dies there are many things to consider. Usually price is the first thing to be looked at, that's probably why you're looking overseas for a new mold or die source-to save money.
added on 11.01.2014. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Project/Program Management Best Practices for Success in ANY Industry! : Project/Program Management Best Practices for Success in ANY Industry! By: Eddie R. Williams Where is our success? Although there have been improvements, over 60% of projects/programs failed and many were canceled in 2003 (ref:The Standish Report CHAOS)! Our goal for 2004 and beyond is to contribute to a 60% and better, project/program success rate! STOP THE MADNESS-MANAGE AND CONTROL PROJECTS WITH THE FOLLOWING: Best Practice Processes for Project/Program Success(Outline): Program/Project Management (and Business Management) (Integration) Use of Experience and Knowledge (Integration) Planning and Scheduling/WBS (Scope/Time/Cost) Communication Planning (Communication) Status & Earned Value Reporting (Communication) Performance (metrics) Reporting (Communication) Risks Identification and Management (Risks) Project Repository/DB (Communication/Lessons Learned/Knowledge Transfer) Change Management (Integration) Subcontractor/Vendor Control (Procurement) Team Building (Human Resource) Development Process (Integration/Solution/Scope) Selection of the appropriate model/technique (e.
added on 21.04.2014. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Short Messaging Service (SMS) for Enterprise Messaging : Short Messaging Service (SMS) for Enterprise Messaging By: Vijay Shukla Short Messaging Service (SMS) for Enterprise Messaging SMS for Enterprise Messaging - Value added services Short message service, usually called SMS, is a globally accepted wireless service for enterprise messaging (mobile value added services) that enables the transmission of alphanumeric messages between mobile subscribers and external systems such as electronic mail, paging, and voice-mail systems. The text comprises letters or numbers or an alphanumeric combination.
added on 05.05.2014. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Why and How to Work with a Consultant : Why and How to Work with a Consultant By: Bryan WilsonA good consultant provides specialist abilities and experience, innovative ideas, second opinions (reality checks), unbiased appraisals, and new approaches.A good consultant will leave you with tools, plans, and materials, and will transfer knowledge and resources to help you use them.
added on 15.05.2014. 01:00 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

Sowing and Growing Your Network : Sowing and Growing Your Network By: Helen Wilkie The N-word! We all know the value of networking and we feel we should be doing more of it. Unfortunately, for too many of us the very thought of attending an event where we have to mix and mingle with total strangers is enough to drive us into hiding until it's all over! What a pity we often force ourselves to go to a potentially great conference, but we're so busy worrying about the networking part that we forget to enjoy the event! But networking is like so many other activities in life-it's easy when you know how.
added on 26.07.2014. 01:00 in Business and Finance

7 Reasons Why Law Firm Diversity Initiatives Fail : 7 Reasons Why Law Firm Diversity Initiatives Fail By: Jatrine Bentsi-Enchill, J.D.
added on 11.08.2014. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Working as a "Knowledge Worker" in the Information Age : Working as a "Knowledge Worker" in the Information Age By: Peter Garas The old adages: "It's not what you know, but who you know" and "High Tech, High Touch" could be the mottos of knowledge workers in the 21st Century. Never before in the history of the world has both networking and interpersonal communication been potentially easier, broader, more wide-spread and paradoxically, more difficult.
added on 05.09.2014. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Outsourcing Your Ecommerce Order Fulfillment : Outsourcing Your Ecommerce Order Fulfillment By: Danna Henderson When your eCommerce business grows to the point where you can no longer package and ship the orders yourself, it's time to begin outsourcing your order fulfillment. Although all order fulfillment centers offer the same basic services, their individual methods and costs will help you choose one over the other.
added on 16.10.2014. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Office Politics : Office Politics By: Kevin Hobbs Office politics! It's just another way of saying: "The employees are not getting along!" When so much of a company's success depends on the employees' ability to work together as a cohesive team, it is critical that people understand and appreciate the differences in each other. Symptoms of Office Politics: Conflict Stress Job Dissatisfaction Poor communication skills The Results: High employee turnover Reduced productivity and profitability The Solution: Improve employee communication and understanding The Disc Classic behavioral assessment is widely used by the nation's largest companies to improve the working relationship amongst its employees.
added on 18.10.2014. 13:00 in Business and Finance

Celebrating Successes: The Power Of Compliments : Celebrating Successes: The Power Of Compliments By: Bill Lampton Ph.D.
added on 27.11.2014. 05:00 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

Business Etiquette : Business Etiquette By: Neil Payne Business etiquette is in essence about building relationships with people. In the business world, it is people that influence your success or failure.
added on 25.02.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Cross Cultural Communication needs... : Cross Cultural Communication needs..
added on 12.03.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

Create a Magic Connection with Clients, Leads, and Business Associates Part II : Create a Magic Connection with Clients, Leads, and Business Associates Part II By: Cora L. Foerstner Part I of this article explored how strategies of Neuro-Linguistic Programing (NLP) can be used to gain instant rapport with clients, leads, and business associates, and more specifically, how to use physiology, matching and mirroring, to create instant magic communications.
added on 13.03.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Creating a Magic Connection with Clients, Leads, and Business Associates Part I : Creating a Magic Connection with Clients, Leads, and Business Associates Part I By: Cora L. Foerstner A few months ago, arriving at a client's office to begin a group meeting, I discovered that two women, who had committed to joining us for a series of meetings, had changed their minds.
added on 14.03.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Ten Tips for Cross Cultural Communication : Ten Tips for Cross Cultural Communication By: Neil Payne Here are some simple tips to help you improve your cross cultural communication skills: Slow Down Even when English is the common language in a cross cultural situation, this does not mean you should speak at normal speed. Slow down, speak clearly and ensure your pronunciation is intelligible.
added on 27.03.2016. 05:00 in Business and Finance

What is an Acceptable Response? : What is an Acceptable Response? By: S. Housley Many online marketers work odd hours, with no beginning of the day and no real end.
added on 17.04.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Hurdles to Cross Cultural Business Communication : Hurdles to Cross Cultural Business Communication By: Neil Payne International businesses are facing new challenges to their internal communication structures due to major reforms brought about through internationalization, downsizing, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. Lack of investment in cross cultural training and language tuition often leads to deficient internal cohesion.
added on 27.04.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Cross Cultural Communication Consultants : Cross Cultural Communication Consultants By: Neil Payne Cross cultural communication consultants have come a long way in the short period of time such specialists have been in demand. No longer are they expatriates with a few years overseas experience and the capability to impart their knowledge onto others.
added on 03.05.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Cross Cultural Solutions for International Business : Cross Cultural Solutions for International Business By: Neil Payne Globalisation, the expansion of intercontinental trade, technological advances and the increase in the number of companies dealing on the international stage have brought about a dramatic change in the frequency, context and means by which people from different cultural backgrounds interact. Cross cultural solutions to international business demands are increasingly being viewed as a valid and necessary method in enhancing communication and interaction in and between companies, between companies and customers and between colleagues.
added on 16.06.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

Results of Poor Cross Cultural Awareness : Results of Poor Cross Cultural Awareness By: Neil Payne Having a poor understanding of the influence of cross cultural differences in areas such as management, PR, advertising and negotiations can eventually lead to blunders that can have damaging consequences. It is crucial for today's business personnel to understand the impact of cross cultural differences on business, trade and internal company organisation.
added on 23.06.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Develop Your People and Make More Money : Develop Your People and Make More Money By: Lorraine Pirihi What is the no. 1 asset in your business beside yourself? It's your people.
added on 13.07.2016. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Hiring and Retaining Good Employees : Hiring and Retaining Good Employees By: Myron CurryHiring good employees is not only important to business, it's essential. Employees are the heart and soul of a business; they are the mechanism that makes a business run; they are the breath of life that enables a business to be something more than an idea.
added on 11.08.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

Effective Multi Cultural International Business Meetings : Effective Multi Cultural International Business Meetings By: Neil PayneOf the many areas in international business where cultural differences manifest is in the corporate meeting room. International meetings are an area where differences in cultural values, etiquette, interpretations of professional conduct and corporate rules are at their most visible and challenging to control.
added on 02.09.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

8 Point Checklist, Evaluating Online Vendors : 8 Point Checklist, Evaluating Online Vendors By: Tom LevineHere are 8 things to consider, when evaluating lenders online:Website DesignPrivacy PolicyAbout UsPopularityReputationShort FormPoints, Fees, Terms and RatesCommunication1.) Website Design: The webpage is, in fact, the storefront of the internet.
added on 09.09.2016. 03:00 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

Save Time When You Write : Save Time When You Write By: Robert F. AbbottI'm in the process of moving from one computer to another, and one of the things I really miss so far is a good keystroke macro program.
added on 05.10.2016. 05:00 in Business and Finance

The Supervisors 14 Essential Truths For Communicating With Direct Reports : The Supervisors 14 Essential Truths For Communicating With Direct Reports By: John RobertsonOne amazing, but sadly true, fact of today's advances in communication tools is that we really don't communicate much better than in the past. Indeed one recent study determined the number one advancement in communication tools was the availability of cheap on-line airfares.
added on 01.01.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Communicating with Case Studies : Communicating with Case Studies By: Robert F. AbbottNot long ago, I made a partnership pitch, on behalf of an organization I represent, to another organization with similar interests.
added on 24.01.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Speaking Body Language : Speaking Body Language By: Robert F. AbbottI observed an almost surreal event when I was a business student.
added on 13.02.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

In Praise of Personal Pronouns : In Praise of Personal Pronouns By: Robert F. AbbottRudolph Flesch, a pioneering advocate of readability, put great stock in the liveliness of the written word.
added on 20.02.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Getting Results from Your Writing & Speaking : Getting Results from Your Writing & Speaking By: Robert F. AbbottWhen we communicate, we usually want something to happen.
added on 26.02.2016. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Making Transitions : Making Transitions By: Robert F. AbbottEver notice how smoothly some speakers or writers move you through their speech or memo? It seems they effortlessly take you from start to finish without making you strain to follow.
added on 07.03.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Persuasive Communication : Persuasive Communication By: Robert F. AbbottIs all communication persuasive? Sometimes, it seems it is.
added on 08.03.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Multiple Channels, Multiple Times : Multiple Channels, Multiple Times By: Robert F. AbbottI've just been reading about the frustrations of a Human Resources manager.
added on 18.03.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Strategic Checklists : Strategic Checklists By: Robert F. Abbott I've been through a couple of checklists in the past few days, and it's reaffirmed my faith in their effectiveness as a communication tool.
added on 28.03.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Write and Speak for the Ear : Write and Speak for the Ear By: Robert F. Abbott You and I may not aspire to write great books or make great speeches.
added on 31.03.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

How Reliable are Cell Phones : How Reliable are Cell Phones By: Sharon Housley Cellular phones and pagers are part of the "now" generation, instant contact, anywhere at any time. People are looking for convenience, comfort and security.
added on 15.04.2016. 06:00 in Business and Finance

From Bank Clerk to Entreprenuer : From Bank Clerk to Entreprenuer By: Carolyn James What seems like a century ago, I left school and joined a well-known High Street Bank. In those days working as a bank clerk was a well-established route for many school leavers and perceived to be a proper job with prospects.
added on 09.06.2016. 13:00 in Business and Finance

CAUSE AND EFFECT! CHOOSE A PATH... : CAUSE AND EFFECT! CHOOSE A PATH..
added on 23.06.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Using Emotion for Persuasion : Using Emotion for Persuasion By: Robert F. Abbott The other day, I received the last issue of a business magazine before my subscription runs out.
added on 27.06.2016. 07:00 in Business and Finance

Body Language Speaks Louder Than Words : Body Language Speaks Louder Than Words By: Lydia Ramsey Has it ever occurred to you how much you are saying to people even when you are not speaking? Unless you are a master of disguise, you are constantly sending messages about your true thoughts and feelings whether you are using words or not. Studies show that your words account for only 7% of the message you convey.
added on 18.07.2016. 04:00 in Business and Finance

What's Wrong With You, Why Don't You Understand Me? : What's Wrong With You, Why Don't You Understand Me? By: Della Menechella Recently while waiting for our lunch to be served in a nearby restaurant, my husband Michael and I were discussing our son's upcoming science fair project. Michael was describing the steps that my son should follow to complete the assignment.
added on 06.08.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Crisis Management Tips : Crisis Management Tips By: Colin Ong TS The term crisis management has different connotations. In this article, I will try to provide pointers that can be used in most situations: Is It A Crisis In The First Place?: This question is important to ask, as there are many situations that go wrong because the right person to handle it is not around.
added on 28.08.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

People Are The Heart Of Your Organization : People Are The Heart Of Your Organization By: Lorraine Pirihi Do you let your people express their thoughts about the roles and responsibilities they have in your organisation? Don't just take it for granted that everything's fine because no one complains. Organisations often spend a fortune on purchasing office furniture/computer software/filing systems etc.
added on 11.04.2015. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Extended Enterprise In The Nesting And Cutting Business : Extended Enterprise In The Nesting And Cutting Business By: Luca Vignando In Italy there are a lot of small and medium enterprises (SME) that often act as subcontractors to bigger firms. For example, most of the Italian shoes come from industrial districts, where the organization heavily relies on subcontracting.
added on 16.04.2015. 10:00 in Business and Finance

Web Conferencing: A Boon to Businesss : Web Conferencing: A Boon to Businesss By: Denise Bridgens It is Sunday evening and you are preparing again to go on a business trip. Monday morning the alarm goes off at 4:00 am, you drag your body and your briefcase to your car, drive to the airport, wait in a long line, get on a plane, get off a plane, and find your way to your client's office.
added on 17.04.2015. 11:00 in Business and Finance

How To Take The Pain Out Of Performance Reviews : How To Take The Pain Out Of Performance Reviews By: Lora J Adrianse The Painful Approach For many years, "performance management" was of an annual event dreaded by both the management and the workforce. For a week or two every year the manager would virtually isolate himself and ponder the stack of review forms staring him in the face.
added on 20.04.2015. 14:00 in Business and Finance

What To Do When Your IT Project Is Late, Over Budget, and Looks Like It's Never Going To Work : What To Do When Your IT Project Is Late, Over Budget, and Looks Like It's Never Going To Work By: Frank Schmidt Here's a scary statistic. According to four prominent research firms, only around 20% of all IT projects are finished in a timely manner.
added on 09.05.2015. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Outsourcing - A Positive Approach For Small Businesses : Outsourcing - A Positive Approach For Small Businesses By: Jagmohan Saluja Outsourcing is the strategic use of outside resources to perform activities traditionally handled by internal staff and resources. Small business owners can outsource non-core functions to specialized and efficient service providers.
added on 02.07.2015. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Human Resource Communication Pays Off : Human Resource Communication Pays Off By: John T. Mooney Human Resource Communications and Corporate Communications - are they one in the same? Both plan and develop written communication strategies to further the understanding and perceptions of their audience.
added on 29.07.2015. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Addressing Terrorism and World Peace with Ideas: Global Commerce & Communication Announces Worldwide Competition for New Ideas : Addressing Terrorism and World Peace with Ideas: Global Commerce & Communication Announces Worldwide Competition for New Ideas By: Christine Nelson Minnesota-based Global Commerce & Communication today announced a worldwide competition for new ideas. This competition titled "New ideas--Gateway to the future," is expected to stimulate the innovators and citizens of the world to generate new ideas in three areas: new technology ideas, new product and service ideas, and new ideas to address global issues such as human rights, civil rights, racism, sexism, hunger, disease, terrorism, and world peace.
added on 19.08.2015. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Characteristics of High Performance Teams : Characteristics of High Performance Teams By: Terence R. Traut Abstract: Based on significant research, Entelechy has defined characteristics of effective teams.
added on 06.09.2015. 09:00 in Business and Finance

After July 8, Pay This Amount... : After July 8, Pay This Amount..
added on 07.09.2015. 10:00 in Business and Finance

According To Sellers, Silence Isn'T Always 'Golden' : According To Sellers, Silence Isn'T Always 'Golden' By: W. Troy Swezey When trying to sell a home, silence isn't always golden especially when you're expecting your real estate agent to call.
added on 23.09.2015. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Data Delivers Credibility : Data Delivers Credibility By: Robert F. Abbott Over the past couple of days I've been setting up visitor counters, so people in another organization can accurately count the number of people who visit their event.
added on 11.10.2015. 20:00 in Business and Finance

How To Build a Profitable Business : How To Build a Profitable Business By: Joanne Victoria It's never too soon to start saying thanks to your clients, vendors and referral sources for what they contribute to your business. Everyone loves to be appreciated and acknowledged, so start now and do something every month.
added on 13.11.2015. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Building A Sales Force That Pays For Itself : ding A Sales Force That Pays For Itself By: Willard Michlin The elements involved in building a sales force, especially one that pays for itself and also adds value to any business, are many and varied. The whole purpose and direction of a sales manager needs to be directed to creating a sales force that causes the employing company to expand through increasing sales.
added on 07.12.2015. 05:00 in Business and Finance

My Job Rocks! : ob Rocks! By: Paul Shearstone When was the last time you heard someone say that? More importantly: When was the last time you said it? Sadly, too few people today can honestly admit they love their job, their company or in particular their long-term personal outlook. No one has to be reminded how fragile our current economy is especially in light of a [pending] new war in Iraq and how that can threaten our very way of life - perhaps even our continued employment as companies reel in an atmosphere of uncertainty.
added on 21.12.2015. 19:00 in Business and Finance

Hawala, or The Bank That Never Was : la, or The Bank That Never Was By: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D.
added on 10.03.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Infrastructure and Prosperity : astructure and Prosperity By: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D.
added on 21.04.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Recession-Proofing Employee Motivation : ssion-Proofing Employee Motivation By: Dr. Douglas Waldo c/o ARA Content (ARA) - As we hear more predictions of an economy showing signs of weakening, managers around the country are asking a couple of key questions: Are we prepared for a recession reminiscent of the early 1990s? Did we learn enough from experiences nearly a decade ago to improve how we perform in 2001? The answer: probably.
added on 12.05.2016. 17:00 in Business and Finance

The Synergistic Organization of Unique People (S.O.U.P) Model : IntroductionIn the past, many organizations have relied on generic personality profiling tools to assess, recruit and manage their employees. Though these tools have garnered a certain measure of success, there were many flaws that needed to be addressed for increased workplace relevance.
added on 19.06.2016. 07:00 in Business and Finance

30 Client Referrals or More -- How to Get Them : Do you get all of the referrals you want? Most professionals don't because they're afraid. Afraid they'll hurt their client relationships.
added on 07.07.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Digital Printing: A better avenue for quality four color printing : For the past few years with the rampant discovery of various electronic devices, the application of photographic processes has expanded greatly, together with the development and enhancements of copiers a new age in printing technique has been introduced. Furthermore, now that the use of personal computers is highly demandable, improvement in quality color printers are now being offered on the market worldwide.
added on 30.09.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

How to write powerful newsletters, offline and online : The theory of writing for newsletters is very similar to that of writing for press releases and other media work, but with newsletters there is one crucial difference. Whereas with an external publication you're quality-controlled by someone outside your organization (the publication's editor) who is therefore independent and autonomous, the equivalent person connected with an internally produced newsletter is either you, or someone else who gets paid by your organization.
added on 31.01.2014. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Are You Hearing Everything Your Customer, Peer, Boss, Supplier Isn't Saying? : Only 7% of what we say is verbal! The other 93% is nonverbal! How do you think Dr. Phil got his start? Reading the nonverbal communication of prospective jurors as a jury consultant.
added on 01.02.2014. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Diversity in the Workplace: Benefits, Challenges and Solutions : Workplace diversity refers to the variety of differences between people in an organization. That sounds simple, but diversity encompasses race, gender, ethnic group, age, personality, cognitive style, tenure, organizational function, education, background and more.
added on 19.03.2014. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Restaurant Scheduling for Success : Restaurant Scheduling for Success- Excerpt from Richard Saporito's latest e-book "How to Improve Dining Room Service" This Tip will Help Maintain the Staff Schedule Keeping the Dining Room Service Staff Tight and Content which is Essential for Pleasing Paying Guests. Staff scheduling is closely tied to dining room customer service and crucial for keeping your staff tight, happy and well connected.
added on 16.04.2014. 20:00 in Business and Finance

"What Is Executive Presence?" : "What Is Executive Presence?" by Roberta PrescottOften our clients refer someone to us for Executive Coaching with a glowing description such as "This is one of our most valued and brilliant employees ..
added on 25.06.2014. 18:00 in Business and Finance