Posts Tagged ‘ importance of communication ’

Tips for Keeping Your Employees Engaged and Happy

By
0
May 31, 2014
Tips for Keeping Your Employees Engaged and Happy

Tweet Employee engagement isn’t something that happens on its own. It requires initiation, and a catalyst that serves as a leader—or leaders—at a business. Higher-ups have the most influence with their employee force, and as leaders, your job is to inspire and take the first steps for others to follow. Below are five tips...
Read More »

Employee Engagement Begins with Motivation

By
0
April 4, 2014
Employee Engagement Begins with Motivation

Tweet The job of owners, directors or managers is to get things done through their employees. And to make this happen, leaders need to be able to effectively engage their staff. Nevertheless, for many people, this is easier said than done.  Regardless of all of the research and books on the subject of engaging...
Read More »

How to Create Effective Verbal and Visual Communications

By
0
March 22, 2014
How to Create Effective Verbal and Visual Communications

Tweet Human beings see things differently. Some may gain wisdom or knowledge through verbal means, while others learn more successfully through visual means. However, when someone is communicating an idea or a project with others, their success rate will soar if they employ both the verbal and the visuals when leading meetings and making...
Read More »

Public Speaking is Nothing to Fear!

By
0
May 19, 2013
Public Speaking is Nothing to Fear!

Tweet The mere mention of the words “public speaking” makes many people nervous. They dread the idea of standing up in front of an audience and giving a talk. But the fact remains that most of us will have to speak in public at some point in our careers. Speaking in public doesn’t have...
Read More »

Staying Positive During Constructive Criticism

0
March 28, 2013
Staying Positive During Constructive Criticism

Tweet At some point in your life – – whether it’s at work, school or otherwise – – you will be faced with some form of constructive criticism.  Perhaps it’s during an annual performance review, with a coworker or boss or it could even come in the form of some kind of disciplinary action,...
Read More »

Making Smart Goals in 2013

0
January 11, 2013
Making Smart Goals in 2013

Tweet We’re now into the second week of 2013.  Do you have any New Year’s Resolutions?  Some people don’t believe in setting resolutions to start off the New Year, because it seems like people never keep their resolutions.  They become more like “wishes” or things that people want to change in their life, but...
Read More »

5 Tips For Making the Right Hire

By
0
December 18, 2012
5 Tips For Making the Right Hire

Tweet One of the biggest mistakes business leaders can make is hastily hiring employees. After all, when it comes to job interviews, the person conducting the interview has just as much riding on their shoulders as the candidate they are interviewing. Businesses rely on a leader’s ability to choose candidates that fit seamlessly into...
Read More »

Focus on the Basics for More Successful Meetings

By
0
December 11, 2012
Focus on the Basics for More Successful Meetings

Tweet The first thing that pops into most people’s mind when informed of an upcoming meeting is, “Ugh…not another meeting!” Come on…you know you’re guilty of it, too! But let’s face it—meetings are a necessary part of your work life. Meetings shape our professional lives by typically bringing people together for some kind of...
Read More »

9 Ways to Coach Your Employees to Success

By
0
November 6, 2012
9 Ways to Coach Your Employees to Success

Tweet At Dale Carnegie Training Alabama, we say, “Practice makes permanent.” Before an employee or employees take on a new project or task, it is important that they practice. As a leader, it is important that you coach them through the practice sessions. Here are some practice techniques that can help you coach your...
Read More »

Tips for Your Next Business Presentation

0
October 26, 2012
Tips for Your Next Business Presentation

Tweet When it comes to tips for giving a successful business presentation, you probably see more tips about the things that you should do to give a good presentation.  You should practice.  You should add a little humor.  You should know your audience.  You should keep your presentation relevant.  But, what about the things...
Read More »