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Neil Dhillon Former Chief of Staff | edocr

Neil Dhillon Former Chief of Staff | edocr | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it
Neil Dhillon is a professional lobbyist in Washington, who has direct access to the influential public policy community in the White House and in Congress, and in foreign government leaders in Europe,
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Neil Dhillon Former Chief of Staff

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Neil Dhillon is a government relations specialist who has thirty years of experience in politics at the State and Federal levels. He was recognized by Bill Clinton in..
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Neil Dhillon Former Chief of Staff

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Neil Dhillon: Former Chief of Staff

Neil Dhillon has more than fifteen years of experience in global public affairs, legislative and regulatory reform, advocacy, issues management, and crisis and strategic communications. He is known for his ability to solve complex legislative and
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Neil Dhillon: Longtime Lobbyist by Neil Dhillon

Neil Dhillon: Longtime Lobbyist by Neil Dhillon | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it
Neil Dhillon is a veteran Washington lobbyist who is currently working at NA Consulting Services. He has worked for President
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Neil Dhillon: Global Public Affairs

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Neil Dhillon is an award-winning lobbyist and Global Public Affairs professional at NA Consulting Services in Washington…
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Republicans Will Control House and Senate in Mid-Term Elections

Republicans Will Control House and Senate in Mid-Term Elections | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON, April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- APRIL 24, 2014-WASHINGTON, DC—The Republican majority in the...
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Republicans Will Control House and Senate in Mid-Term Elections. For more click at   http://bit.ly/1uzUFl6

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How to Write a Killer Business Plan

How to Write a Killer Business Plan | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, October 28, 2014 4:42 AM

And this good and short reminder how to put together a pretty good business plan? 5 minutes to read it...:-))) it is the business plan factory time, I know, I've done it, I've coordinated it for 20 years...:-)))

Sieg Holle's curator insight, November 1, 2014 9:13 AM

No plan no results? Govern chaos

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Journey to Customer-Centric Success — 9 Key Insights from Hooked On Customers Summit | CustomerThink

Journey to Customer-Centric Success — 9 Key Insights from Hooked On Customers Summit | CustomerThink | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

Over the past two weeks we conducted a series of four webinars that collectively comprise theHooked On Customers Summit. Over 260 people attended.

 

The eight speakers and I packed an incredible amount of insight into just four hours. I thought it would be interesting to try to choose one key insight from each speaker. So without further ado, here are my 9 top insights from the Summit. Thanks to all our speakers for a phenomenal job!...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 27, 2014 4:13 AM

9 customer insights worth viewing.

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How to Start Conversations with Your Social Content

How to Start Conversations with Your Social Content | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

These days, social media interactions leave little room to imagination. All attempts to communicate begin with a fervent desire to introduce, promote or sell a certain product in a more or less predictable manner. While the targeted audience may change, the mechanism of social interactions remains pretty much the same: companies start rambling about the uniqueness of their products and services, instead of focusing on the real needs and demands of their potential buyers.

 

Perhaps this is why their act is not rewarded with a big round of applause. Savvy readers are bored of sales pitches. They want exciting, fresh, original, newsworthy facts delivered in a unique manner. Some of them are nostalgic and still think that social media should involve more than a semi-polite exchange of information. Whatever happened to those great chats that we used to have, which went beyond someone’s selfish, mercantile goals?

 

Should You Settle for Feedback, When All You Need Is a Good Old-Fashioned Conversation?


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How to Start Conversations with Your Social Content

How to Start Conversations with Your Social Content | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

These days, social media interactions leave little room to imagination. All attempts to communicate begin with a fervent desire to introduce, promote or sell a certain product in a more or less predictable manner. While the targeted audience may change, the mechanism of social interactions remains pretty much the same: companies start rambling about the uniqueness of their products and services, instead of focusing on the real needs and demands of their potential buyers.

 

Perhaps this is why their act is not rewarded with a big round of applause. Savvy readers are bored of sales pitches. They want exciting, fresh, original, newsworthy facts delivered in a unique manner. Some of them are nostalgic and still think that social media should involve more than a semi-polite exchange of information. Whatever happened to those great chats that we used to have, which went beyond someone’s selfish, mercantile goals?

 

Should You Settle for Feedback, When All You Need Is a Good Old-Fashioned Conversation?


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Neil Dhillon: Seeing the Future

Neil Dhillon doesn’t need a crystal ball to see the future. His close study of recent and distant history and his finger on the pulse of both the legislative and executive branches of government...
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Neil Dhillon High Profile Positions

Neil Dhillon has many years of experience in Global Public Affairs, lobbying, legislative and regulatory reform, issues management, crisis and strategic communications, and thought leadership platforms.

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Neil dhillon former chief of staff

Neil Dhillon is a Global Public Affairs professional and lobbyist with many years of experience. His communications expertise helped earn the Hilton & Knowlton International Public Relations firm the Best Public Affairs Agency award in 2000, 2001, and 2003.
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Neil Dhillon Former Chief of Staff

Neil Dhillon is a Global Public Affairs professional and lobbyist with many years of experience. His communications expertise helped earn the Hilton & Knowlton International Public Relations firm the Best Public Affairs Agency award in 2000, 2001, and 2003.
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Neil Dhillon : Problem Solving Skills

Neil Dhillon : Problem Solving Skills | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

Neil Dhillon is a Global Public Affairs professional who works in Washington, DC. He has some thirty years of experience in public policy, and strategic and crisis communications.

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Neil Dhillon Communications Expert

Neil Dhillon is an expert Communications Strategist and Crisis Communications Strategist. He is currently a lobbyist and Global Public Affairs professional at NA Consulting Services in Washington, DC. He is also a former top Clinton aide.

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Rich Get Richer: Warren Buffett Tips For Startups @HaikuDeck Lesson

Rich Get Richer: Warren Buffett Tips For Startups @HaikuDeck Lesson | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

Warren Buffet's Haiku Deck Lesson
One of the hardest web marketing lessons my former Direct Marketing bosses taught was to think Darwinian thoughts. I wanted to improve laggards.

Don't waste your time, came the advice and important digital marketing lesson, double down on winners. This wise lesson was just taught again by Warren Buffett.

Warren's Tips For Startups Haiku Deck has been on top of the 36 decks I've created. I started watching views by deck several months ago and my DM bosses lesson holds true.

Warren Buffett's Startup Tips (http://shar.es/10AbWU )
Buffett Gains: 878
Total Views: 8,100
% Gain: 12%

Social Media: It's A Conversation Stupid (http://shar.es/10AHlZ )
Gains: 1,915
Total Views: 6,297
% Gain: 44%

Once again Buffett proves the rich get richer.

This truth doesn't mean Social Media: Its A Conversation is unimportant. Knowing what is trending is a CSF (Critical Success Factor) for any web marketing team, but Buffett does prove Darwin was a web marketing pro long before there was a web. Double down on winners and leave laggards stands as one of the most important "laws" of our web marketing ecosystem :). M


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5 Justifiable Ways Great Leaders Are Ruthless in Business

5 Justifiable Ways Great Leaders Are Ruthless in Business | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

It's often said that even the most respected leaders are considered by many to be ruthless, even brutal at times. Of course, often when leaders are perceived as merciless, that hard perception belongs to those who did not deserve any mercy.

 

Great leaders have to be tough and decisive. Often their decisions will displease many, but they can't effectively lead if every decision is the result of democracy or consensus. This is the difficult path for the leader. It's easy to stay popular when you appease everyone, but rarely will that drive a large organization to success. They must make the best decision taking all the needs and wants into account. Ultimately, they have to lead the way or step aside.

 

Here are five ways a leader must be uncompromising and perhaps ruthless in order to benefit a loyal following. See if you have the strength to be tough when needed.


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Maibritt S. Andersen's curator insight, October 27, 2014 8:20 AM

Auh yea girl, it's all inside of you....

Tony Phillips's curator insight, October 27, 2014 5:47 PM

I couldn't agree more!

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Monsters of Influence

Amazing monsters of influence have a distinct set of qualities. This presentation showcases the skills you can expect to find in influential monsters. Don't be afraid.

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10 Digital Hacks Every Marketer Should Know

I've spent the last 10 years discovering the best digital marketing hacks to move the awareness and revenue needle. I'm giving you 3 examples and 10 hacks to improve your marketing game dramatically.

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Jerome Pernollet's curator insight, October 28, 2014 4:07 AM

Éveillez vous aux DIGITAL HACKS

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This Guy Quit His Job At Twitter To Make Vines Full Time — Now He Earns Thousands Per 6-Second Video

This Guy Quit His Job At Twitter To Make Vines Full Time — Now He Earns Thousands Per 6-Second Video | Neil Dhillon | Scoop.it

Ian Padgham makes a living creating 6-second Vine videos for big name brands like Sony, Twitter, and Visa.Journalists are trained to write content that will hook readers from the first sentence and make them want to read on.These journalistic principles can be adopted by content marketers to help engage their audiences.Below are ten rules for writing a captivating story on a hot topic, whether in print or online....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 17, 2014 3:53 AM
At $30k per video, Ian Padigham definitely qualifies as a social media success story.
Venkatesh Iyer (venkyiyer.com)'s curator insight, October 17, 2014 5:23 AM

I often wonder at the success stories one reads about - it is all about having the right idea at the right time in the right place.