Workers at Udemy know what a gong strike means. Held during lunch or at the end of the day, the hashes highlight employee projects and passions — like e-mail marketing wins and conversational Spanish and Turkish.
For many people, the thought of going to a networking event is akin to getting a tooth pulled. They know they have to do it, but the prospect of standing around in a room full of strangers, feeling awkward and making small talk, is a nightmare.
On Today’s Show Author, speaker and podcaster Thom Singer is featured on this Friday Takeaway teaching us how to form, nurture and develop meaningful business relationships that focus more on giving to others than what we can “get” from them.
Cultivating a business relationship is no different than cultivating a personal one: The principles are all the same: Make a great first impression. Develop trust. Demonstrate synergies and work to maintain the relationship for the long haul.
Martin Luther King, Jr once said: "Everybody can be great... because anyone can serve." Regardless of your circumstance in life, you have the capacity to bless the life of another through service. One form of service is giving a meaningful ...