|Is the customer always right?
The age old question about whether or not
it is true that the customer is always right
is answered with experiential learning.
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|The butterfly and the passerby
What important aspect of sales and
marketing can we learn from a butterfly
and a passerby? Do not fall prey to the
latest shopping trend.
|How a speaker engages the audience
One of the most effective marketing tools
is public speaking. As a public speaker
you establish credibility very quickly - or
you destroy it.
|How to change your company culture
If you have decided to join the trend toward
contemporary management do you know
where to start? Let's answer the top-down,
|Lincoln on preparation
If you gave the 16th President of the United
States six hours to cut down a tree what
would he do first? His answer gives us
insight into drawing a strategic plan.
|How to handle a two-week resignation
Handling a two week notice is as much
about the employees that will be
remaining on staff as it is about the
employee that turned in the notice.
|The Brooklyn Bridge' story
Admitting one's weakness is
an important part of the story of
the building of the Brooklyn
|Walt Disney: visionary leader
One must wonder if children
would be void of an important
part of their lives had it not
been for Walt Disney.
|Customizing a cover letter
There a growing feeling among
career coaches that every
resume and cover letter needs
to be customized.
|Who names the generations?
When referring to the various
generations in the workplace
when can become confused
about which name to use.