Posts Tagged ‘ engagement ’

Four Reasons to Garner Gratitude in the Workplace

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November 27, 2018
Four Reasons to Garner Gratitude in the Workplace

Tweet Most American employees have become accustomed to an automatic reply of, “thanks.” Unfortunately, such simple statements don’t bear much weight. In fact, only four percent of workers find these generic expressions of recognition memorable according to Globoforce. To truly demonstrate gratitude, words and actions must be deliberate and specific. Here are four reasons...
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Three Tips to Put Your Networking Fears to Rest

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October 28, 2018
Three Tips to Put Your Networking Fears to Rest

Tweet Networking effectively is important to succeed in any line of business, yet many people fear putting themselves into uncharted waters and meeting unfamiliar faces. Think back to the last networking event you attended, perhaps it was a conference or new product launch party. Did you look new faces in the eyes as you...
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Every Day Should Be National Employee Appreciation Day

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March 6, 2018
Every Day Should Be National Employee Appreciation Day

Tweet Each first Friday in March is Employee Appreciation Day. While not all companies observe it, some reserve it as an official day on which to honor and celebrate their employees. Whether on the official day or any other, here are four reasons to show employees appreciation. Appreciation matters as much as money to...
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Two Tactics to Improve Customer Engagement Levels

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January 16, 2018
Two Tactics to Improve Customer Engagement Levels

Tweet Customer engagement encompasses all of the experiences and touchpoints a customer has with an organization’s products, services and employees. Forbes recently published its latest list of the top 50 Most Engaged Companies. These organizations offer consistent experiences, perform customer data analyses and design their teams in a matter that enables employees to prioritize...
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The Nine Elements to (Selling) Personality!

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November 15, 2011

Tweet Selling is really not selling. Selling is personality. People buy from salespeople they like first, and trust second. Although there are exceptions, no one buys from people they dislike and do not trust. Buy is the key term. Salespeople do not sell anything ever. People have to buy. And they buy on only...
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