Jeanne Muzi recently posted two lists of "Creativity Kickers" on the blog, Four O'Clock Faculty. The lists offer great ideas for formative assessments and creative challenges. In "Creativity Kickers, Part 1," I found a couple I would like to try in my own classroom, such as the "Yes, And... Cards" and the "Student Created Knowledge…
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Men and women are wired differently. This is apparent in the workplace and outside of it. Joanne Black, respected sales leader and trainer, talks to Debra Carpenter about the ways communication between men and women in sales can be managed to yield the best results.
However, in sales...both men and women are educated buyers - respect and professionalism are appreciated above and beyond by both. However. it is the sales approach that must be considered when selling to men and women.
Few career paths put you in control of how much you can earn. The “make your own” mentality of the industry may have been what piqued your interest in becoming a salesman in the first place. You jumped in with a competitive drive and a desire to learn the 'Art of the Sale', but now, you’ve hit a plateau. These are 5 warning signs that a change is in order.
The first season was a breakthrough, with host Alex Blumberg taking listeners inside a startup from conception to funding and many more challenges. That startup: his own, podcast network Gimlet Media.
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Phyllis Smith's insight:
Talk with your prospective audience and let them know about you!
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