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buyer negotiator
Communication
September 15, 2017

How to Tell the Difference between a Buyer and Negotiator

There are buyers who have goals and then there are the negotiators. These are the purchasing type people who's sole job is to get lower prices. All they do is negotiate. If you want to sell major deals, you need…
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building brand reputation
Communication
August 5, 2017

Establish your Brand Reputation

There's a famous quote attributed to Warren Buffett, in which he said, "It takes 20 years to build," a brand, "and five minutes to ruin one."  Recent events, such as Volkswagen's admitted doctoring of emission systems on millions…
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effective business communication skills
Communication
May 31, 2017

Effective Business Communication Skills

Leadership produces a vision of which all take ownership, each being a vitally integral proponent. Leadership is about appreciating, respecting and communicating with your team. If you take care of your people, they will be positive…
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Redirecting Gossip
Office DiariesCommunication
February 22, 2017

Redirecting Gossip

Gossip has been defined as sharing information about the person's matters of others, or their private behavior. Sometimes, this information is non-factual, while in other times it may be factual, but embellishing with a colorful twist.…
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Better Networking
BusinessCommunication
February 21, 2017

Better Networking Communication

If you enter a room and can't spot someone you know, try to find someone else who looks like they don't know anyone and strike up a conversation or small talk for better networking. Relationships are built, measured…
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Office DiariesCommunicationProfessionalism
February 11, 2017

Building Consensus Around Your Ideas

Welcome to our Communication Tip today, building consensus around your ideas. Let's address why consensus is important, what consensus actually is, and when you should use it. Consensus decision making is an attribute of high-performance teams:…
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asking at work with confidence
Communication
January 18, 2017

Asking at Work

Hello, and welcome. Today we'll focus on how to ask for things at work. Think of something that you would love to ask for in the workplace. Maybe it's a raise or a promotion. Maybe…
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Speaking
Communication
January 4, 2017

Speaking on No Notice

Speaking is tough especially on a no notice. Have you ever been asked to give a mini presentation? When you get caught off guard, asked to speak with only a moment's notice, or no notice at…
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Constructive Criticism
Communication
January 3, 2017

Giving Constructive Criticism Around Workplace

Can you give us some feedback on how you thought the meeting went? Over 50 percent of employees in today's workplace receive feedback that's too general or not designed to give enough constructive criticism from…
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Saying No
Communication
December 30, 2016

Saying No in Year 2017

Saying "no" to other people can be so hard. But there are times when no is the best choice. Whether we're protecting our time, or our children, or our sanity, we can all benefit from a…
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Interrupters
CommunicationLeadership
December 18, 2016

How to Deal with Interrupters in 3 Steps Progressively?

You're at a staff meeting expressing an important idea when bam! The interrupter strikes cutting you off mid-sentence. The discussion has been hi-jacked and you sit there feeling a bit embarrassed, exasperated, or both. You…
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Small Talk
Communication
December 16, 2016

Making Small Talk

You know networking events are good for your career, but is there anything more painful than standing around with a plate full of appetizers in a room full of strangers trying to strike up a…
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Making Request
Communication
December 15, 2016

Four Must Rules Before Making Request

A fundamental principle in all good sales training is that you must make the ask. Making request is, you need to do more than just talk about your product or service, you also need to ask…
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Communicating Confidently
Communication
December 2, 2016

Communicating Confidently

Communicating with confidence is an ongoing process of self development. Robert Kiyosaki, author of several New York Times best sellers, said something about communicating confidently that really spoke, Confidence comes from discipline and training Let us ask you…
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Business Message
BusinessStartupsCommunication
November 30, 2016

Making your Business Message Stick

There you are sitting in the meeting with a brilliant idea for your company. You're enthusiastic, you've done research, you know your stuff, and as you wrap up your Business Message you look up and…
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authenticity
Lifestyle & LeisureCommunication
November 26, 2016

How to Build your True Authenticity?

Authenticity is not a trade you proclaim but a trade you demonstrate. Don't make the mistake of becoming too comfortable too soon. Be mindful of context. If you have a hobby that reveals a little too much…
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Communicating Assertively
Communication
November 23, 2016

Communicating Assertively

Communicating assertively is communicating in a clear manner that expresses your opinions and needs, while respecting the opinions and needs of the other person. Assertive communication is the midway mark between aggressive and passive communication.…
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Tactful Bragging
Communication
November 15, 2016

Tactful Bragging for Self-Promotion

Quickly revise what happens to many of us when it comes to self-promotion. We get caught off guard, we have not given our responses any thought, and therefore we have just nothing substantial to say…
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Persuading People
TitantwisterCommunication
November 14, 2016

Persuading People

Persuading people is a huge part of our everyday life and in the workplace we tend to be overly reliant on logical appeal when we persuade others. We focus on the facts and the data, and certainly…
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