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  • A successful webinar requires planning, ad libbing
    technical glitches such as videos not playing on cue Also don t be shy about planting a ringer in the audience to make sure the Q and A session at least starts out well Kovner adds 10 Secrets to the Perfect Webinar via clickz com Filed Under Networking Tagged With Communication Skills Speakers Webinar Speak Your Mind Cancel reply Name Email Website Email Newsletter Sign up to receive email updates

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/2013/03/22/a-successful-webinar-requires-planning-ad-libbing/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Speakers
    monotony and prepare for technical glitches such as videos not playing on cue Also don t be shy about planting a ringer in the audience to make sure the Q and A session at least starts out well Kovner adds 10 Secrets to the Perfect Webinar via clickz com Filed Under Networking Tagged With Communication Skills Speakers Webinar Email Newsletter Sign up to receive email updates and to hear what

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  • Three keys to Build a Strong Personal network
    there are those who believe that smaller more concentrated network is the way to go Research has shown both views to be flawed DeChurch points out that research has found that there are three key ingredients to a healthy personal network diversity trust and brokerage See Full Story on foxbusiness com Filed Under Networking Tagged With Brokerage DeChurch Diversity Personal Network Research Trust Speak Your Mind Cancel reply Name Email

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/2013/06/12/three-keys-to-a-build-a-strong-personal-network/ (2014-06-18)
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  • Brokerage
    bigger is better and there are those who believe that smaller more concentrated network is the way to go Research has shown both views to be flawed DeChurch points out that research has found that there are three key ingredients to a healthy personal network diversity trust and brokerage See Full Story on foxbusiness com Filed Under Networking Tagged With Brokerage DeChurch Diversity Personal Network Research Trust Email Newsletter Sign

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  • Research
    people are the most important resource Or is it the big picture leader with the charming personality who s great at schmoozing and making connections but rarely gets involved with staff Good leaders don t come in one cookie cutter form That s the conclusion of a recent PsychTests study They analyzed more than 7 000 top performing leaders revealing five distinct leadership styles See Full Story on usatoday com Filed Under Career Progression Entrepreneurship Reviews Tagged With Cookie Cutter Leaders PsychTest Research Three keys to Build a Strong Personal network 12 June 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment According to Leslie DeChurch professor of industrial and organizational psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology there are two major misconceptions when it comes to building a strong network and both center on size She points out that there are those who believe in the mantra bigger is better and there are those who believe that smaller more concentrated network is the way to go Research has shown both views to be flawed DeChurch points out that research has found that there are three key ingredients to a healthy personal network diversity trust and brokerage See Full Story on foxbusiness com Filed Under Networking Tagged With Brokerage DeChurch Diversity Personal Network Research Trust What s blocking entrepreneurship in organizations 16 April 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment Culture is a big problem in getting people to act like entrepreneurs within a large organization said Schlesinger and Neck who explained that there are at least three pervasive beliefs in large organizations that make it hard for entrepreneurship to blossom and thrive Employees who act as entrepreneurs within organizations stand out but get fired when they fail Unfortunately this is often the case within traditional organizations where the culture leaves little

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  • How to treat your Employees liked your Valued Customers
    Show up on time Say please and thank you Do what you say Finish what you start Following up is essential Your employee took a risk He or she called the boss with a problem Don t take this lightly Calling back to make sure the problem was handled shows respect and builds trust Your employees have the same issue They will know if you blow it So start with an apology and admit your mistake And then make sure you don t do it again at least not for quite a while When I make a mistake in communication with someone I consider myself on probation It doesn t matter whether the person works for me or not I have to make sure I don t do it again Otherwise trust will be lost At the end of the day trust is what it s all about If we don t treat our employees the way we treat our best customers they will stop trusting us And it s very difficult to get that trust back Patrick added Yes You Treat Customers Well But How Do You Treat Employees by JOSH PATRICK via boss blogs nytimes com Filed Under

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  • Treat
    outside of your company Show up on time Say please and thank you Do what you say Finish what you start Following up is essential Your employee took a risk He or she called the boss with a problem Don t take this lightly Calling back to make sure the problem was handled shows respect and builds trust Your employees have the same issue They will know if you blow it So start with an apology and admit your mistake And then make sure you don t do it again at least not for quite a while When I make a mistake in communication with someone I consider myself on probation It doesn t matter whether the person works for me or not I have to make sure I don t do it again Otherwise trust will be lost At the end of the day trust is what it s all about If we don t treat our employees the way we treat our best customers they will stop trusting us And it s very difficult to get that trust back Patrick added Yes You Treat Customers Well But How Do You Treat Employees by JOSH PATRICK via boss blogs

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  • Do You Have the Right Attitude to Attract the Best Talent?
    company is that of success you naturally attract the types of people who aspire achievement When Ernest Shackleton attempted to be the first explorer to trek across Antarctica he needed a crew of like minded individuals who expected adversity and were willing to endure hardship In fact to solicit his ideal crew Shackleton posted the following help wanted sign Men wanted for hazardous journey Low wages bitter cold long hours of complete darkness Safe return doubtful Honor and recognition in event of success The purpose this job advertisement really served was self selection Any respondent courageous enough to volunteer for an interview already possessed the mental fortitude of daring to do something that others wouldn t So how do you attract the right talent without stepping foot into Antarctica Remember how you as a leader choose to show up is everything Your people will assume whatever mood you bring to work on any given day positive or negative so make sure you spread the right one Here are three good toxins to share with your employees Be a student of the game A startup isn t a nine to five job A team leader I once had the privilege of working for had a motto of being All in all the time and that s the sort of mentality startup employees need if they want the business to last Recall that 79 percent of startups fail to see their 10 year anniversaries according to StatisticBrain com If you want people to immerse themselves in the business to take it home with them and work on and improve for the next day then you should be the first one in the office and the last one to leave Analyze but be ready to adapt Due diligence is important but all the

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