The competition, economy, global market and the way we communicate have all changed. Organizations and entrepreneurs seeking survival skills and competitive edges have turned to Connie Podesta’s new award winning book, “10 Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd”.
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Contrary to popular belief, being self-centered is, in fact, healthy. When individuals focus on their own needs first, they perform at higher levels and are able to contribute more effectively to others.
Award winning author Connie Podesta gives business professionals something powerful to Tweet about. Her new award winning book “10 Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd” helps business people Tweet their way to the top.
To see how to build an efficient and effective organizational system, examine the most complex system in the body – the human brain. Neuroscience now provides us with more information about the brain than ever before. By better understanding how intelligent brains operate, we can learn how to create more intelligent organizations.
Social media is the front-runner strategy for SEO and branding today, leaving leaders, salespeople and entrepreneurs anxious about just WHAT to post. Connie Podesta’s new book, 10 Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd, (with co-author Jean Gatz) gives them just what they’re looking for – 140 characters at a time!
Top organizations seek real-world answers and strategic solutions to stay competitive in a constantly changing market. They’re finding all of that and more in Connie Podesta’s new book, 10 Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd. And the folks at Independent Publisher Book Awards agree
One Percent Solution Author Tom Connellan Unveils Forehead-Slapping Success Tip: Get Effective Before Efficient
Become effective before you try to become efficient, says author and performance expert Tom Connellan. His new book, “The 1% Solution for Work and Life,” gives readers the keys to doing the right things before doing things right. No need to read that twice.
It seems an impossible claim, but author and performance expert Tom Connellan insists that sales reps can improve their sales skills by 50% in only 41 days. His new book, “The 1% Solution for Work and Life” gives readers the structure to make it happen.
In their quest to hit quarterly earnings goals, companies often focus myopically on the short-term, drastically cutting headcount and overhead to stay afloat. Unfortunately, this can leave an organization malnourished, jeopardizing its long-term health. Companies should focus instead on the type of “fat” they are cutting.
The Golden Rule is often cited as a guideline for peaceful coexistence. The surprising reality is that it may in fact be counter-productive for both relationships and businesses. Following The Golden Rule literally may lead to employee dissatisfaction and toxic interpersonal conflict.
Innovation Expert Stephen Shapiro – Foster High Performance Teamwork – Ditch the Golden Rule and Play Some Poker
The Golden Rule has often been touted as a guideline for human rights and a code of conduct for coexisting harmoniously. The surprising reality though is that this veryr rule may in fact be counter-productive for relationships and businesses alike. Following this philosophy, as written, may engender employee dissatisfaction and toxic interpersonal conflict.
Run Your Organization Like a Formula 1 Pit Crew and Speed Past Your Competition – Innovation Expert Stephen Shapiro
It’s no secret that change is occurring at breakneck speeds. But knowing this seems to make little difference. Many companies are, in essence, standing still while the most innovative and flexible organizations whiz by effortlessly. Why? Organizations are wildly out of balance and people are often slotted into roles that are completely incompatible with their true capabilities.
According to the IRS Data Book, the number of taxpayers with delinquent accounts is expected to reach 10.5 million in 2010, up from 7 million in 2006. During the same time frame, the amount of unpaid taxes, penalties, and interest owed to the IRS went from $69 billion to roughly $125 billion.
Innovation Expert Stephen Shapiro – Want a High Performance Organization? Hire People You Don’t Like
Opposites don’t attract. In fact, they usually repel, leading managers to partner with like-minded proteges. The result – chronic “sameness”; a lack of creativity and innovation.
Electronic crime researchers from academia, industry and law enforcement converge on Dublin March 15-16, 2011, for an unprecedented meet-up of eCrime research pioneers who are defining the emerging discipline of electronic crime research.
Stephen Shapiro Free Webinar. Discover Your Strong Suit with Personality Poker – Become a More Valuable Employee or Team-Building Employer
Over 25,000 people in dozens of Fortune 500 companies have played Personality Poker to spur innovation and optimize growth. Spade, diamond, club or heart? Find out by taking one of the easiest and fun personality tests ever created. Gain insights and uncover your strong suit – be better able to achieve at higher levels. When co-workers play together the result is improved team building, innovation and job satisfaction.
New York Times bestselling author and performance expert Tom Connellan says the real key to the ultimate in romance and relationships is doing the little things right, every single day – not just once a year.
Alternaview.com author Sibyl Chavis has just released new ebook, “Live Today Better than You Did Yesterday”. The 140 page e-book is a compilation of some of Chavis’ most popular personal growth advice, along with tips from life change experts, designed to improve mindset and life experiences.
Face it: More New Year’s resolutions fail than not. Yet we continue to make them year after year. We want to make positive changes. How can we achieve success with our resolutions? Author Tom Connellan says all we need is a structure that supports change, one percent at a time.
How 1% Makes All the Difference – Author Tom Connellan Shows How Small Moves Make Big Leaps Possible
There always seems to be a few companies that stand apart from the rest, in every field of business. But how big is the gap between success and mediocrity – really? Business leader Tom Connellan has found that the distance between average and awesome is often less than 1%.