The Productivity Trap - Do More Vs Do Better

The Productivity Trap - Do More Vs Do Better - http://www.dragosroua.com Avatar Posted by edragonu under Self-Development
From http://www.dragosroua.com 5420 days ago
Made Hot by: aliciatrinidad on August 20, 2009 4:57 pm
Not always productivity is the answer. Productivity might be the question. Doing better is the answer. Read More
Sometimes you have to bring a pineapple to build a bridge! How to get along with all kinds of agendas - even those that aren't your own. Read More
Employees are your number one asset. Here are 6 ways to invest in that asset without breaking your bank. Read More

The 7 Ages Of Your Business - From Enthusiasm To Exhaustion

The 7 Ages Of Your Business - From Enthusiasm To Exhaustion - http://www.dragosroua.com Avatar Posted by edragonu under Strategy
From http://www.dragosroua.com 5422 days ago
Made Hot by: JanetG on August 18, 2009 4:43 pm
Each business has 7 ages: enthusiasm, naivety, attention, maturity, expansion, leadership and exhaustion. Read More

Growing your business from solo to enterprising entrepreneur

Growing your business from solo to enterprising entrepreneur - http://www.5min.com Avatar Posted by ShawnHessinger under Self-Development
From http://www.5min.com 5423 days ago
Made Hot by: on August 17, 2009 6:11 pm
Business expert Dr. Susan L. Reid talks about growing as business from solo to enterprising entrepreneur. Reid suggests if you are uncomfortable with the idea of hiring employees, think instead about creating a team. She also suggests meeting regularly and transforming your financial advertisers into a strategy team and bringing other experts in a Read More

Take Time To Communicate Effectively With Different Cultures

Take Time To Communicate Effectively With Different Cultures - http://cindyking.biz Avatar Posted by CindyKing under Self-Development
From http://cindyking.biz 5423 days ago
Made Hot by: ShawnHessinger on August 17, 2009 2:20 pm
Building strong cross-cultural skills starts with learning to listen to all aspects of the communication. This is why you need to put aside your busy habits. Busy habits keep you from picking up the whole communication. The easiest way to improve your cross-cultural communication is simply to slow down and focus on the conversation. Read More

The Productivity Map - From Followers To Producers

The Productivity Map - From Followers To Producers - http://www.dragosroua.com Avatar Posted by edragonu under Self-Development
From http://www.dragosroua.com 5423 days ago
Made Hot by: andynew on August 17, 2009 2:05 pm
A diagram based on your goal and discipline levels. These levels combined are creating your productivity patterns. Read More

17 Hot Biz Tips for Private Co.s

17 Hot Biz Tips for Private  Co.s - http://blog.tonyjohnston.biz Avatar Posted by TonyJohnston_CNi under Management
From http://blog.tonyjohnston.biz 5425 days ago
Made Hot by: roseanderson on August 15, 2009 11:11 am
Welcome to my Guy Kawasaki advice mash-up - my take on Guy's advice for entrepreneurs and CEOs that he offered during a couple of recent talks. These are ideas that can help you get your company's 'ducks all lined up' and your organization 'firing on all cylinders'. Read More

Sales Best Practices: Have a code of ethics to govern your behavior

Sales Best Practices: Have a code of ethics to govern your behavior - http://www.davekahle.com Avatar Posted by adamnldt under Human Resources
From http://www.davekahle.com 5426 days ago
Made Hot by: on August 14, 2009 3:52 pm
Ever say something during a meeting you wish you hadn't? An interesting post on creating, and more importantly - instituting a set of ethical standards to do your job better and make your life easier. Read More

The Power Goodbye

The Power Goodbye - http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com Avatar Posted by RJohnson4444 under Management
From http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com 5427 days ago
Made Hot by: McLaughlin on August 13, 2009 3:12 pm
In life, two constants exist - entrances/hello and exits/goodbye. In fact, the hello - goodbye relationship become the bookends of life, our gatherings, our careers, and our conversations. Each is unique. Each serves its role. Each has a specific purpose. But are they truly equal in their intent and impact? Read More
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