Monthly Archives: February 2017

How to communicate with insubordinate employees

Insubordinate employees make things hard for entire teams and departments, and can affect your business’ efficiency. The best way to handle this issue is to avoid hiring poor fit candidates in the first place, but if for whatever reason you find an insubordinate team member in your midst, here are a few things you can

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Public Seminar: Dynamite Sales Presentation

On Thursday, March 9, we’ll be presenting a public seminar on how to give a Dynamite Sales Presentation. This whole-day seminar will teach participants the key elements of a quality proposal, and how to write a winning one. A great sales presentation does not demand that you have all the bells and whistles to impress

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5 Meeting types and which one is right for you

There are multiple different meeting types that range from the bizarre to the creative. We cover 5 common ones today and help you determine which are right for you and your team. In-office meeting This is the most common type of meeting. You have your team seated at a table in the office, perhaps in

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Lunch meetings: Are they a good idea?

Lunch meetings are a fairly popular casual meeting plan, but is that a good thing? If you’re hosting the meeting, it’s customary for you to provide lunch (especially if it’s a mandatory meeting). Lunch meetings can get expensive if you have them regularly and invite entire teams out, but they can also be beneficial to

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Happy Valentines! How to get candidates to fall in love with your job posting

Getting the right talent to apply to your company is the first step to hiring top talent. It’s arguably the most important step. Here’s how to get awesome applicants who are as excited about your job posting as you are. First, let’s take a look at examples of an engaging job listing and a dull one.

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Should you have an internal referral program?

Many successful startups have an employee referral program that rewards current employees for recommending a friend who eventually gets hired. Due to the incentives, it can get expensive, but it’s also a great way to attract top talent. How do you know whether this a good choice for your business? Here are a few questions to

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Productivity tips: Are you a maker or a manager?

Knowing the difference between a maker and a manager, and where you fall in the spectrum, can be crucial to your productivity. It affects how you should structure your day, handle meetings, and approach collaboration. This post provides some productivity tips for organizing your day. What’s a manager? A manager is a leader whose responsibility

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6 Ways to stay healthy and productive this flu season

Sniffles, coughs, and sneezes abound. Hearing those familiar, unwelcome sounds indicates the start of yet another flu season. If you hear plenty of the sniffles around your office, here’s how to avoid getting sick. If you already caught something, we also include some tips on how to get work done through it. 1. Load up

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