Tips for Overcoming Speaking Jitters

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February 23, 2012
Tips for Overcoming Speaking Jitters

Tweet Public speaking is a huge fear for a lot of people. Fear of embarrassment. Fear of forgetting your speech.  Fear of saying something that you may be judged on.  Fear of failure. However, depending on your job and your role within the company, you may be asked to step up to the podium...
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A ‘Pinteresting’ Take on Dale Carnegie’s Human Relations Principles

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February 16, 2012
A ‘Pinteresting’ Take on Dale Carnegie’s Human Relations Principles

Tweet If you haven’t yet heard of Pinterest, it won’t be long before someone sends you a link via FB, Twitter or email to view a pin.  Last week, I received a referral email from a dear friend who saw and recommended a product pin she thought I would like.  Pinterest’s viral traffic is...
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Four Ways to Stay in Touch

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February 15, 2012
Four Ways to Stay in Touch

Tweet Taking the time needed to stay in touch with customers and clients is easier said than done. But it is a necessary when facing a variety of competition. Being connected is incredibly important. Here are four strategies that will really help organizations stay in touch and help create the visibility needed for both...
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Sales Training: What To Do With Angry Customers

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February 13, 2012

Tweet Every business deals with angry, complaining customers at one point or another. You can treat them in one...
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Three Ways to Handle People Problems

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February 10, 2012

Tweet People management is never easy. In every organization across America, relationships and people go hand-in-hand. This is a fast...
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Proactive, Reactive Or a Little of Both?

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February 8, 2012

Tweet In a recent meeting, one of the quieter members, after jotting down a couple of notes on a...
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How Corporate Team Building Programs Increase Productivity

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February 6, 2012

Tweet Productivity is often defined as a measure of a quantity of output. In business terms, productivity is the...
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