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Stop Micromanaging and Learn to Delegate

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5 Things Every Presenter Needs To Know About People

Great presenters understand how people think, learn, and react. In this video Dr. Weinschenk shares 5 Things from her book, "100 Things Every Presenter Needs To…

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D.j. Lisemby's comment, March 17, 2013 2:12 PM
Thanks for sharing. GOOD to be reminded!
Jonathan Rattray Clark's curator insight, April 2, 2013 8:16 PM

very good wee video on giving better presenations.

Kelli DeBellis's curator insight, May 6, 2013 12:58 PM

Excellent audio/visual about presentations. Good to keep in mind in relation to training especially the idea about 20 minutes.

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5 Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Obama's Victory

5 Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Obama's Victory | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it

The Obama 2012 campaign was a lot different than his 2008 campaign. Here are some things marketers can learn from it.

 

Despite nearly 8% unemployment, a tepid economy and millions of dollars in negative advertising, President Obama managed to pull off a sizable Electoral College win on Tuesday.

 

While Obama’s 2008 campaign is now seen as a real-world demonstration of the power of social media, his operation four years later was much more complex. The ’08 campaign is the stuff of textbooks, but the lessons of ’12 are brand new. Marketers of all types studied Obama’s ’08 campaign and they would do well to take a look at his subsequent mobilization effort.

 

Here are some of the obvious lesson of Obama’s triumph this time around.

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Communication Skills: Top 10 Tips for Tough Conversations With Your Boss, Business Partner, Or Best Bud

Communication Skills: Top 10 Tips for Tough Conversations With Your Boss, Business Partner, Or Best Bud | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it
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Showing by Doing: How Elynn Fish is using Curation to Become a Resource and Help her Clients Become one Too

Showing by Doing: How Elynn Fish is using Curation to Become a Resource and Help her Clients Become one Too | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it

As any entrepreneur can tell you, building a business isn't easy. In Elynn Fish's case, it was even more difficult, beacuse she was building a business based upon a concept that not many of her clients were even familiar with-digital marketing. In fact, as we previously mentioned, Elynn was still in the process of learning about curation herself! Luckily for her, and for her clients, content curation is not only a tool for marketing, but it's also a tool for learning.

 

Most of Elynn's clients hadn't ever heard of curation before they began doing business with her. However, as she was using it throughout the process of building her business and establishing her early clients as resources in their fields, it wasn't difficult to convince her new clients that she had the answers that they wanted. By continuing her learning process as well as that of her clients, Elynn was able to demonstrate her expertise and easily prove to her business prospects they would be able to demonstrate theirs as well.

 

Now, Elynn's large client base has learned how to use curation not only for their digital marketing efforts but as a resource as well. By turning herself into a resource via curation, Elynn was able to demonstrate that this would be the case for her clients once they built their Scoop.it pages. 

 

Essentially, Elynn Fish was able to use curation to do for herself exactly what she was able to do for potential clients; building an expertise and becoming a resource.


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Charisma Today: How Charismatic Leaders Become Influential within Companies

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The charismatic leadership model is fundamentally the only leadership model where the leader’s sheer personality, tenacity, and vision garner respect, adulation, and power. There are a few ways that charismatic leaders become influential within companies.

 


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Memo To Micro Managers: STOP! The 10 (Hardest) Steps To Effective Delegation - Forbes

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Business owners who micro manage their employees, or who insist on doing everything of importance themselves, are a huge impediment to the future success of their enterprise.

 

As a business grows, the range and volume of task requiring completion escalates, making micro-management a back breaking task and raising the need for effective delegation of responsibilities.

 

This excellent article, suggests leaders who micro manage and are ineffective delegators should either fix or fire themselves, and it lists five benefits of effective delegation and 10 delegation principles that you can adopt to improve the situation if you are such a leader.


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SOLA 1.1 Controlling the Masses

For the Full, Commercial Free, 10 Modules of the Sons of Liberty Academy plus hundreds of supporting documents and videos go to http://SonsOfLibertyAcademy.com...

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Business Growth Strategies for Success in Today's Business Arena

Business Growth Strategies for Success in Today's  Business Arena | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it

Technology has radically changed, and will continue to change, the ways in which small business can effectively market their products or services to the world at large.

 

Nowdays, any business not employing a selection of online marketing activities, is doomed to eventually go the way of the dinosaurs.

 

This good article, highlights three key approaches to online promotion of your business, and it suggests that without utilising one or all of these approaches, you will in future find it very difficult to grow your business.


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The Perception Gap: what customers want and what executives think they want [infographic] - Brian Solis

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One Thing Every Great Entrepreneur Does

One Thing Every Great Entrepreneur Does | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it

Visions, strategies, decisions--those are all important. But not as important as this... Great leaders make every person around them better.


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Social Stereotypes: Are You What You Share? [Infographic]

Social Stereotypes: Are You What You Share? [Infographic] | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it

Once again, we are up against the wall while people point their fingers at us and instantly decide what social stereotype we are. Are they correct?


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How To Train Your Employees To Handle Social Media

How To Train Your Employees To Handle Social Media | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it

An important step for a brand that has a social media strategy, and wants to avoid crises, is to ensure that employees understand how to use those tools.

This Infographic by Mindflash demonstrates that 76% of companies do not have a clearly defined social media policy.

Social media consultants can be an expensive addition to your business. But in this day and age, no company can operate without a sound social plan.

 

Your best social media team might actually be your current workforce. But how can you find your company’s natural social media rock stars and get your entire team on board with your goals?

 

The Infographic breaks down how your team members will likely react to the need for social media training. For example, some of your employees may already have popular social media channels in their personal lives, while others may be opposed to your business’ push online.

 

Keep in mind that your team probably represents a wide range of social media experience. This will help you know how to identify the different groups and understand how to best get them ready to implement your strategy.


 

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Leaders Online's curator insight, December 11, 2012 10:58 AM

Hoe kun je je mw social media dusdanig laten gebruiken dat je je organisatieresultaten beter kunt bereiken? 

Hier een infographic dat ingaat op de verschillende ervaringsniveaus die jouw mensen kunnen hebben. Handig om rekening mee te houden bij de uitvoering van je social strategie.

2DiFore Marketing Solutions's curator insight, March 15, 2013 8:37 AM

As you round out your work week our team wanted to share this thought with you to make your Social Media strategy that much more powerful! Companies have secret weapons, their employees and we bet they are on many platforms so why not encourage them to share your message with their followers.

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How To Train Your Employees To Handle Social Media

 

#training #socialmedia 

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The 7 Most Common Ways Women Limit (and Sabotage) Their Success - Forbes

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Every day, women chronically undervalue themselves, leaving money on the table and sabotaging their success. Learn the 7 most common ways women undermine their success and growth.

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Stop Micromanaging and Learn to Delegate

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Charisma, Schmarisma: Real Leaders are Zealots

Among the counterintuitive facts leadership expert Jim Collins has uncovered is that personal charisma is largely irrelevant in successful leadership. In fac...

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Jim Collins has a clear understanding of what it takes to be a successful leader. His book Good to Great was inspiring and I would recommend his book to anyone in a leadership position.

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"We Need Jobs" - Obama Visits Athens, Ohio

President Barack Obama recently visited our University, but students have a message for him... Ohio University Believes in America... And America needs Mitt ... 

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Leadership: Doing versus Being

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As leaders we sometimes get confused with the concepts of being a leader of doing.   What did I do for my team today?    What did I do for my organization yesterday?

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How To Write The Perfect B2B Blog Post

How To Write The Perfect B2B Blog Post | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it
By now, blogging is far from a fringe marketing activity. 65% of B2B marketers used blogging last year, the third most popular tactic, according to the Content Marketing Institute.

 

Blogging may be a preferred means of communicating with and engaging leads through the entire – often lengthy – sales cycle, but many in the B2B space struggle with it. They struggle with how to write a good post, one that will get read.

Mark Schaefer wrote the just published “Grande Guide to B2B Blogging”, he detailed his formula for crafting the perfect B2B marketing blog post. Here are his four steps.

1. An Eyeball-Grabbing Headline
This is the first thing your readers see when it pops up in search results, their email inbox, on social and their RSS feeds. It should be short, sweet and make the person want to click on it.

2. Illustrative Photos and Video
We’re visual people by nature. (The meteoric rise of Pinterest confirms this.) To grab and keep your readers engaged, provide visual elements like video or photos. Just make sure they actually tie to what the post is about.

3. Keep it Short
Remember, your audience is full of business folks. They’re pressed for time. So keep your posts short and to the point. 600 words or less is a good measure. Bullet points and subheadings help organize the post in a business-friendly manner.

4. Make it Shareable
If you want to expand the reach of your content, you need to make it easy to share. Social sharing and email buttons allow readers to quickly push your blog to their network. Plus, widgets like tweet counts and Facebook “likes” provide social validation.

Follow these tips, you’ll be on your way to B2B blogging perfection.

 

By Jesse Noyes. http://bit.ly/OdISAs

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Does Your Organization ASPIRE?

Does Your Organization ASPIRE? | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it

As a business owner, you dream of achieving sustained high levels of productivity, profitability and employee satisfaction, and you understand the profits that the achievement of such dreams can deliver to your business.

 

What you may not know, is that research has shown that it is possible to achieve such dreams, if you emulate the traits of highly successful businesses.

 

This excellent article, introduces the ASPIRE model for achieving greatness in business, and it identifies six common traits exhibited by highly successful businesses.


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5 Public Speaking Tips for Business Pros

5 Public Speaking Tips for Business Pros | Changing the Attitude | Scoop.it
We’ve all heard the old line about more people fearing public speaking than death. As business pros, we must learn how to speak in front of groups.
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