Beating the competition with business consultants

July 29, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Competition will always be a part of business . If you drive down the road you will see a gas station on just about every corner. If you notice, there is a slight difference in the pricing of their gasoline. One major retail chain may offer a 20% discount, while the other offers the same item with a 25% discount. Today, every consumer wants to save as much money as possible. If your company is struggling... [Read more ...]

Handling customers that demand too much

July 29, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

That type of customer will ask you to do infinite revamps to the layout you put up – be it to move an website element a few pixels over here, or change the type-face and vice versa – well you for sure recognize what I am talking about. This can not only be irritatingannoying, it also costs you costly time as well as money. Even thoug every client is different, here are some useful tips... [Read more ...]

The Moccaccino Challenge

July 28, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Hello everyone, I’d like to share episode from my personal experience. Since I am always analyzing everything that is happening around me especially people behavior at their workplace I can fill this blog with numerous entries but I want to share this particular one that happened just few days ago. I took my wife for an evening walk. On the way we dropped in to the local Second Cup and I ordered... [Read more ...]

Match Your Skills To Jobs Vacancies

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In today’s competitive life, employers are more inclined to find people who can contribute to the growth of the company and not just boost its productivity. They design their jobs vacancies adverts to carefully filter out anyone who does not have what they are looking for. For a company to develop and last longer than its competitors, employees must have all of the best job skills. If you... [Read more ...]

A Young Gentleman Gets Arrested for Drunk Driving, Discusses Things With His Manager at Work About His Depression, and Gets Motivated to Turn His Life Around and Reclaim His Self Worth

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Derek was recognized at work as really conservative individual who had an outstanding work record. He in no way attended any of the happy hours immediately after work and it was known throughout the department that he was quite a religious person who typically talked about the potential issues of alcohol abuse and alcoholism in our country. Try to imagine the surprise within the company when one Monday... [Read more ...]

The Top Eight Ways to Fail When Deploying a New Engagement Program

July 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

As I work with companies to engage their employees, I am constantly amazed how much implementation matters when it comes to putting in a new engagement program.   Take a close look at this list to see what you might be doing wrong.  If you see something that describes your process, it’s time to change! 1. Decide not to do an assessment, build a plan, set goals, or establish benchmarks. ... [Read more ...]

Can Mind Map Software DownloadReally Help Me?

June 21, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

When you are a small stage business owner, you know that you need to be on the outlook for any tool that can give you an advantage. Whether you are trying to sharpen your organizational skills or your creative skills, you will find that finding the right tools to help you is essential. Take some time and make sure that you call up how well free mind map software can help you. Mind map software can... [Read more ...]

Theft Prevention: Minimizing Impact of the “Inside Job”

May 28, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

As defined in the criminal law – theft is the illegal taking of a property without freely-given consent. Theft has probably been around for as long as the human civilization. Today, in the 21 century, theft is very much alive and kicking. There is so much more to steal today than even 20 years ago. With the invention of the internet theft found another handy instrument or channel to support its never... [Read more ...]

Recognition- One of a Leader’s Key People Skills

May 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Good and great leaders must have strong, what I call ‘get along skills’ as part of their foundation and preparation.  To advance in work and in life we should pursue the development of our leadership and other people skills. Participating in available training is an important part of this direction.  While doing this though, it is important to keep our minds and hearts open to allowing a change... [Read more ...]

Recognition…. a kind of ‘Pay it Forward’

May 24, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

I want my article to be meaningful so that i can connect with readers. I want to start with the concept of ‘Pay it Forward’.  In the movie, Trevor,  an 11 year old boy presents his teacher Mr. Simonet (played by Kevin Spacey) with a new concept by which to ‘change the world’… a pretty formidable task for  a young boy or for anybody for that matter. The concept of... [Read more ...]

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