Giving a Presentation? Three Ways to Leave Your Fingerprint during Presentations. Jack Welch shares tips on how to make your next presentation a success.
The Biz-Guru business and personal growth experts share their views on personal and business development.
268 companies were nominated for this year’s awards, with 92 companies presenting to the panel of judges. The winners were announced and Biz-Guru received the Bronze accolade in the Small Business of the Year category.
If people are worried about the price of your products, it’s because they cannot quantify the value your products offer. Here is why you should never sell on price!
By understanding why changing behavior can be so difficult for successful leaders and teams – we can increase the likelihood of making the changes. View why your teams could be resisting change.
Prepare staff for change and create a safe environment to reduce stress, increase productivity, and assist them in finding their Happy Place at work.
Become a Person of Character and Connection to Ignite the Team around You. Each of us act in ways that increase connection at times and decrease it at others. In general, individuals tend to fall into one of three categories when it comes to connection.
Having high energy isn’t about having a positive attitude alone, nor is it about bouncing off the walls with franticness. Having high energy is about owning a presence that’s completely fired up with enthusiasm and driven by the passion for what you do.
Working in the world of sales, we first discovered one of the most important attributes for living a productive sales life.
Let’s face it – sales people are dramatic.
By building up the drama of the traffic, economy or (horrors of horrors) a retracted commission gives a glimpse into the ‘negative arena’ of the sales person. But what if these very theatrics can be used effectively and positively in sales?
This article looks at the various ways you – as an individual and an employee – can research and put together a case to improve working conditions in the place that employs you.