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26 Ways to Use Video for Your Social Media Marketing : Social Media Examiner

26 Ways to Use Video for Your Social Media Marketing : Social Media Examiner | Key Account Management and Customer Success | Scoop.it

Great insights into the most effective ways to add video to your social media marketing. Your media empire awaits. Thanks @smexaminer


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 7, 11:37 PM

Here's a great guide to using video in social marketing.

Daniel Watson's curator insight, July 12, 4:11 AM

 

Video marketing has assumed far greater importance for those businesses that wish to rank as highly as possible in the search engines. Every day more people, your prospective customers or clients included, are demonstrating their preference to receive information via video. If you want to meet their expectations and remain relevant to this market, the information contained in this article will be a great help to you.

pham hoat's curator insight, July 12, 5:15 AM

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Help Your Team Manage Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout

Help Your Team Manage Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout | Key Account Management and Customer Success | Scoop.it

It can be tough enough to manage your own stress. But how can you, as a manager, help the members of your team handle their feelings of stress, burnout, or disengagement?

Because work is getting more demanding and complex, and because many of us now work in 24/7 environments, anxiety and burnout are not uncommon. In our high-pressure workplaces, staying productive and engaged can be challenging.

Although it’s unlikely that the pace or intensity of work will change much anytime soon, there’s a growing body of research that suggests certain types of development activities can effectively build the capacity for resilience.


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Helpful article for coaching resilience with your team as a skill to help  them succeed 

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Dean J. Fusto's curator insight, March 2, 7:48 PM

Prioritize their personal development.

Stewart-Marshall's curator insight, March 3, 5:57 PM

Prioritize their personal development.

Matthew Kyte's curator insight, March 14, 7:10 AM

As a budding psychologist, and having been a manager myself, it is quite a challenge in helping manage team stress, anxiety and burnout if you are experiencing these yourself.  A psychologist can add value within an organisation by helping managers with tools to build residence within themselves and provide techniques to help staff handle stress.  Many large organisation have service like EAP (employee assist programs) which provide staff confidential sessions with psychologists, usually 4 per year, however I see potentially value in large companies having psychologists as staff to help before a situation becomes a crisis.

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What Happens In Your Brain During The Two Critical Stages Of Sleep

What Happens In Your Brain During The Two Critical Stages Of Sleep | Key Account Management and Customer Success | Scoop.it

The average person spends one-third, or 36%, of their lives sleeping. That means if you live to be 90, you spend about 32 years asleep.

"What that 32 years is telling us is sleep, at some level, is important, and yet for most of us, we don’t give sleep a second thought," says Russell Foster, a circadian neuroscientist, in his massively popular TED talk titled, "Why Do We Sleep?" "We throw it away. We just don’t think about sleep."

 

Since sleep and its role in our lives is still mostly a mystery, those hours we rest are, unfortunately, thought of as a waste of time in our always-on, connected world. As the famous saying goes, "money never sleeps," so those who can find a way to "cheat" sleep are accoladed for their "secret to success"—as if getting by on less sleep is accomplished through sheer determination.

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, October 20, 2015 7:19 PM

We shouldn't wear lack of sleep like a badge of honour. Our brains are actually doing important work to make us more successful as we snooze.

Thuy Nguyen's curator insight, October 21, 2015 8:58 AM

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Interview with Jermaine Edwards – Founder, Author & Key Account Growth Coach, JermaineEdwards.Com

Interview with Jermaine Edwards – Founder, Author & Key Account Growth Coach, JermaineEdwards.Com | Key Account Management and Customer Success | Scoop.it
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Bill Barnett on Strategy: Before You Pivot, Run The Test Again

Bill Barnett on Strategy: Before You Pivot, Run The Test Again | Key Account Management and Customer Success | Scoop.it

"we don't think about false results nearly enough in business. False negatives in business are common too, as in the examples of search, delivery, and Chinese COD - but they are often harder to spot. The problem is that false positives are self-correcting, but false negatives are not. When you get a positive result from a business experiment, typically you'll keep at it. If it turns out to have been a false result, the world will make that clear enough. But if you get a false negative, you'll be inclined to "pivot." And you'll never know that you were on to something good - unless somebody else tries it again.


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How To Be More Productive Every Morning

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There is every reason to take advantage of your morning routines. Because we are always more productive after we wake up, taking advantage of the morning will prove beneficial in the short and long term.

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Itentionality is the word

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Dade Ronan's curator insight, September 10, 2015 10:29 PM

Excellent Advice!!!!!

Elizabeth Alfaro's curator insight, September 15, 2015 1:48 PM

Are you a morning person? 

Jerry Busone's curator insight, October 6, 2015 6:37 AM
Great insight I get a lot done every morning