Category: Communication

What to Do If You Witness Harassment in the Workplace

Harassment is a problem that affects the entirety of the workplace, and the ripples of harassment go beyond the victim; it changes the harmony of a workplace and the feeling of safety and security around the office. Even if you’re not the victim, you can be impacted — but the good news is, as a…
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What Factors to Consider When Hiring a Remote Employee

It’s smart to consider certain factors when searching for the right remote employee. Because they are working from a distance, these employees should be able to perform with limited supervision. Examine these personality traits in a remote employee to help you find the best fit for your company. Trustworthiness If you can’t trust someone, you’ll…
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9 Tips to Market Your Personal Brand at a Conference or Convention

In the past couple of years, a considerably greater degree of attention has been paid to the creation, development, and maintenance of a personal brand. In basic terms, personal branding is defined as the ongoing process of creating and maintaining a prescribed image in the minds of others about yourself. You personal brand is intrinsically…
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How to Secure Your Emails In 5 Easy Steps?

Keeping emails secure is vitally important since so much of our personal information can be found there. This includes information about our relationships, our work, different websites and services we use, and so much more. Not only that, when someone has access to our email, this also grants them access to any other accounts that…
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The Woman Responsible for the Digital Communications Age

Businesses of all types rely heavily on the various technologies at the heart of the Digital Communications Age. These include everything from WiFi to Bluetooth to GPS and a myriad of other technologies. What the vast majority of people do not realize is that the technological concepts underpinning the Digital Communication Age were the brainchild…
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Why Facebook Live Videos are a Powerful Marketing Tool

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . Facebook Live Videos are one of the newest tools that Facebook has unleashed on the world, and it is a massively powerful tool for promoting your business. When you use Facebook Live on your business page, anyone who has liked your page has your Facebook Live pop to the top…
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6 Things Every Good Leader Should Consider

Being a leader is close to being a parent. However, we all know that both represent a double-edged sword. Even if you think you are doing something right, you are actually doing it all wrong. So, what things should a good leader consider if she wants to be as close to excellent as one can…
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Managing Client Expectations

We’ve all been there: our best client calls asking for a sit-down regarding the last project or purchase. As a business owner, it’s a stomach-dropping moment; mind racing over the past delivery: Did we mess up? Did the product fail? Were we good enough? It’s never a happy ownership moment when the client initiates a…
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Communication and the Female Entrepreneur

~by Margo Schlossberg~ It was a Tuesday, or maybe a Wednesday or it could have been a Thursday because at this point, it did not matter. I was on the phone again to my friend Lori in Los Angeles, complaining about communication issues with a client.  Had it ever occurred to me to speak directly…
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3 Tips for Job Success

I am often asked for tips on how to succeed, so I thought that I’d offer up simple tips for job success.  They apply, regardless of industry, and work anywhere. Here are Three Simple Tips for Job Success: Communicate with your team, and your manager regularly.  Remember, that if you do something, and do not…
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