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The true story of whistle-blower Mark Whitacre, as told in Steven Soderbergh's film THE INFORMANT!, is a cautionary tale showing how an employee's insecurity and hunger for attention has a domino effect on the workplace. Paul Cherry's article helps readers learn from Whitacre's mistakes, asking the right questions to save everyone headaches. Read More
In early May 2009, Patrick Connor and Paul Cherry of Performance Based Results led a select group of seasoned senior executives on our first ExecuCross Bike Trip. Read about our adventure along the Great Allegheny Passage Trail, and how it helped us become stronger leaders -- and how you can join us on our next trip this fall! Read More

6 No-No's on Twitter

6 No-No's on Twitter - http://zanesafrit.typepad.com Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Online Marketing
From http://zanesafrit.typepad.com 4262 days ago
Made Hot by: patm on May 27, 2009 9:17 pm
New to Twitter? Thinking about joining this cocktail party that never ends? Here's a few No-No's to avoid at the start. Read More

The Black Plague of Twitter and How To Be Vaccinated

The Black Plague of Twitter and How To Be Vaccinated - http://kylelacy.com Avatar Posted by leizlborromeda under Online Marketing
From http://kylelacy.com 4263 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 27, 2009 4:07 pm
There is a black plague sweeping across the Twitter world— a force threatening to destroy the very piece of personality that we all love..The black plague fills up your inbox with dank— meaningless fodder and then throws your account into a chaotic mess. We are all infected with this disease— at least once or twice a day. We have all experienced Read More
UNI Strategic, a sales and leadership training firm based in Singapore, seems aboveboard on the outside -- but trainers and speakers who've worked for them have had trouble getting paid for their efforts. Read more... Read More

Differentiating Sales People From Order Takers

Differentiating Sales People From Order Takers - http://www.symvolli.com Avatar Posted by neshthompson under Sales
From http://www.symvolli.com 4360 days ago
Made Hot by: on February 20, 2009 9:22 pm
In the 80's there was a saying that a sales person could walk outside and catch an order in each hand while four were falling to the ground. Boom economies are great for companies but mask the true worth of a sales persons skill, how much of those orders were down to customers fulfilling their need rather than the sales person selling? Read More

Do Great Sales People Make Good Sales Managers?

Do Great Sales People Make Good Sales Managers? - http://www.salesmanagement20.com Avatar Posted by bmtrnavsky under Sales
From http://www.salesmanagement20.com 4361 days ago
Made Hot by: on February 18, 2009 2:16 am
A very interesting article debating if the top sales people have the capacity to become top sales managers. Read More

85 Absolutely Free Online Business Classes

85 Absolutely Free Online Business Classes - http://smallbizbee.com Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Self-Development
From http://smallbizbee.com 4361 days ago
Made Hot by: Jeffrey on February 18, 2009 5:37 pm
Back when I was in school, which wasn't that long ago, in order to get this kind of information you had to spend hours in a classroom and thousands of dollars. Now you can get a big time business education, on your own time, for free. The following courses range in complexity and length, and should offer a good primer for those of you just Read More

Task Ninja: Form the Action Habit

Task Ninja: Form the Action Habit - http://zenhabits.net Avatar Posted by luckycharmer under Self-Development
From http://zenhabits.net 4365 days ago
Made Hot by: on February 18, 2009 12:30 am
A lot of us get stuck in inaction —procrastinating, doing a lot of unimportant tasks to avoid the important stuff, worrying about failing or about being perfect, having a hard time starting, getting distracted, and so on. It's time to start forming the Action Habit instead. And it's really not that hard if you focus on it for a little while. Read More

The Wow Factor Sends Customer Satisfaction Sky High

The Wow Factor Sends Customer Satisfaction Sky High - http://www.pbresults.com Avatar Posted by PaulCherry under Customer Service
From http://www.pbresults.com 4431 days ago
Made Hot by: on December 10, 2008 6:19 pm
It's tempting to stick with the sales techniques that have worked for us in the past, but going that extra mile beguiles customers, sparking new interest in what we have to offer. Read More
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