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Be Brilliant, Be Brief, Be Gone

This Is How You Win at Executive Meetings

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I recently went through an executive coaching session on communicating effectively. During that session, a few truth bombs were delivered. One in particular truly resonated that day. Be Brilliant, Be Brief, Be Gone. I had heard this truth before and thought it valuable but thought it was cold or even a bit hierarchical at the

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How Targeting Can Help You Move Onward and Upward

Can you imagine career changes before the digital era? I vaguely remember looking in newspapers for job postings – but for many – this is something they will never know. In the age of soon-to-be complete world interconnectedness and for many, an always-on digital device, there are some pretty simple ways to make sure you

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5 Values to Build the Bottom Line for Your Work Culture

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    If you’ve ever wondered how to more effectively engage your employees/associates/team members/whatever your corporation calls their workforce, the answer is simple.  Get to know your people. What do they value? How can you invest in them?  The amazing result is that as companies invest in their people, a return on investment exhibits through

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4 Steps To Create Internal Brand Advocates

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People matter. People have value.  And yet, sometimes we treat those we interact with on a daily basis with the largest range of emotion, positive to negative.  It’s a frequent issue that individuals take the most constant or valuable constituent for granted.  Nevertheless, when relationships are properly fed and watered, a brand’s own workforce can

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Paradise Bakery responds to untagged tweet and demonstrates that they listen

Brand Management in Paradise

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Lately, I’ve heard the term “moderating” tossed around.  Every time I hear the term and the associated conversation, I can’t help but feel I’ve time traveled.  When social media and brands first started the getting to know you phase of their relationship, it made sense that there was a bit of awkwardness and a need

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