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Friday, 05 July 2019 16:50

Who’s your marketer

All of us deal with marketing at some point or another in our work lives. Whether we are ourselves markets, or you work with your companies marketing department. Whatever the case may be, there is a specific idea behind marketers and how they should be personality wise. Like how you expect your salespeople to be able to talk to anyone, we have certain expectations for marketers and what they should be like for them to be effective at their job.

Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 20 February 2019 12:38

The Best Sales People Are Introverts

There’s a common stigma in the sales world that top-performing reps need to be Type-A, extroverted personalities. When we think of the ideal salesman or saleswoman, we’re imagining a smooth talking, outgoing, loud, and confident person. While these sales traits are true on many levels, effective salespeople come in many forms. 

Published in Management
Wednesday, 23 May 2018 14:55

The Lie About Leadership

Do you ever wonder whether or not you are being the best leader you can be in your workplace? Could your company have higher ROI’s and greater efficiency if you tweaked your leadership style a bit? Do you have to change who you are for the sake of success?

Published in Marketing
Thursday, 17 August 2017 17:30

Talent Versus Hard Work

While some of us grew up with a discernable talent, such as painting or singing, others simply had to navigate towards a possible strength and exploit it as a career. And by others, I mean me. There’s a stark difference between the two, so which one are you hiring? Let’s take a further look:
Published in Marketing
Thursday, 03 March 2016 13:34

Dress For The Social Media Platform

Someone recently ask me… “how do you tell what kind of voice you use for each social media platform?”

The question really got me thinking. Each platform has a specific personality.  All postings should be based on your audience, but you have to think about how they want to hear your valuable information. Do they want to read an extensive study? Would they prefer a humorous anecdote. What are they looking for? An easy way to make that decision is: What kind of attire is your audience wearing when they read your post?”
Published in Social Media
puzzle blog-2
Curating a team of would-be champions in the workplace is like trying to put together a 1000-piece miniature puzzle; it is difficult, takes time and is a challenge you can’t turn away from until it’s complete. The workplace puzzle, however, is never complete. When one vital piece is lost, another takes its place … and it’s never the same fit. 


Different personalities in the workplace is an advantage, but managing a range of psyches, emotions and needs provides serious challenges. 
Published in Culture