For all Moms everywhere. Because without you, none of us would be here... to relish this glorious thing called life. Your Mother is Always With You. "She's the whisper of the leaves as you walk down the street. She's the smell of certain foods you remember, the flowers you pick...
Generally speaking, the plan or vision for your organization will come from your leadership. Perhaps within your organization you are both the leader and the manager. If this is the case, it is all on you to provide the vision and to develop a plan. Be sure to clearly outline how your team can help you bring that vision to fruition. If you are a manager within an organization that has a leadership team, encourage leadership to provide you with...
Yesterday, Google announced it is expanding secure search to clicks on paid ads. The change means that the search query a user typed in before clicking on an ad will be dropped from the referrer string in the URL and won’t be passed to analytics or other software other than AdWords. The move is aimed […]
Jennifer Tiano, GM of the Hampton Inn Wheeling in Wheeling, West Virginia, just told us her team was awarded with the Connie Award! The Connie Award, named for Hilton Hotels’ founder Conrad Hilton, recognizes the leading hotel in each brand of the Hilton Worldwide group of hotels. Jennifer said... We are ranked the #1 Hampton Inn in the WORLD out of close to 2000 hotels. My staff is super proud and excited. Thank you for helping us set high standards."
While the +1 button will still be present on previously published scoops to let you or your readers share to Google+ profiles, this new feature allows you to connect your Google+ account to Scoop.it to make your Google+ Company page a sharing option for any of your scoops in a similar way to your existing sharing options.
As we’ve seen with Facebook or LinkedIn pages, we trust that this will make it much easier to feed your Google+ pages with meaningful and engaging content and develop your audience on Google+ in the process.
Google has added nine new features to the Google Keyword Planner Tool today. Here are the new features in the Keyword Planner tool that you should be able to play with yourself today. The images and descriptions are from Kim Clinkunbroomer’s blog. (1) Nice graphical visualizations and estimates for geographics that breaks out locations with […]
Excerpt from the article by The Next Web: "Google is testing a new favoriting service for its Chrome browser. Called Google Stars, the new option appears to still in very early testing. The new addition was first discovered by Google+ user Florian Kiersch. He found the following strings in “the source code of the Google Collections modules in web search”.
Here are some of the strings that reveal a bit about the feature: - Use the star in the address bar to save anything across the web. - Search the entire page content with suggestions and auto complete. - Discover new dimensions in your content through the automatically created filters. - Browse and find your stars in a beautiful image rich grid. Add notes and make it yours. - Select, and edit items to organize your starred content by clicking on them or dragging and dropping. - Organize your starred items into groups, by typing a name for a new group here.
It does tell us this is a Chrome-specific feature. In short, Google Stars supports favoriting (called starring) URLs, lets you add a title and a note, includes folders, and sharing functionality (both public and private). How much of all this will remain in the final release, is not clear. The real interesting aspect here is that Stars appears to be a cloud service that allows for sharing..."
600 students and a beautiful female singer perform a catchy Irish Gaelic version of 'The Cup Song'. Truly a one-of-a-kind performance. An entertaining rendition of an old-time folk song recorded in 1931 by the Carter Family.
Supervisors Play a Critical Role. Adding fun into your workplace provides a variety of benefits for both individual employees and the organization as a whole. Even a company’s customers seem to reap the benefits of having more satisfied employees, which can come from the added element of fun. This is why fun should be ingrained into a company’s culture and supervisors play a critical role in making that happen.
"Archive.is is a free web service which allows you to capture, store and archive permanently any web page you submit.
Archive.is permanently stores a double copy of your selected web site: one that is an image snapshot of the page, and another which contains the full text of it. Archive.is also provides a download link that contains a zipped copy of all the files making up your selected page, and which can be opened offline in any web browser..."
Management means lots of things... So the first question that comes to my mind is, “What can be managed?” The simple answer is anything! When I Googled that question, there were 72,800,000 results including broad categories like business, knowledge, processes, projects, stress, anger, aging, conflict, time, suppliers, weight, diabetes, data, systems and diversity … and, trust me, the list of subjects went on and on. What I also noticed from the near 73 million hits is that the most popular search for things to manage is people. That’s not a big surprise. Fundamentally people are at the heart of our business and therefore people can —and must — be managed. However, in order to manage a winning team, there are several steps involved that can be categorized as both management and leadership. I love how Stephen Covey defines the roles of leadership and management. “Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the r
Louis Foussard's insight:
Great article (part 1 of 5) from my friend Emily Adams at Fresh Revenues...
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