Why Disagreement Can Be the Key to Building Consensus
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Why Disagreement Can Be the Key to Building Consensus

Amanda Setili has seen it a lot. Two sides, two opinions and no resolution in sight. She lives for these moments. Ask Setili and she’ll tell you that while building a unifying consensus among your team is paramount to success, knowing how to get there is half of the battle – and the fun. As...

How to Lead in New Age of Leadership
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How to Lead in New Age of Leadership

Brian Braudis has heard the question asked a hundred different ways. As a leader, how can you make a difference? If you want different, Braudis says you have to think different. It starts with your mindset. For the past 20-plus years, Braudis has been telling leaders across the world that leadership is tangible energy. Everyone...

Practicing the Art of Leadership
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Practicing the Art of Leadership

In his latest book, “The Hero Factor: How Great Leaders Transform Organizations and Create Winning Cultures,” Jeffrey Hayzlett provides the blueprint of leadership in 2019. And in a time when every business in every market segment is fighting for consumer attention, Hayzlett’s advice is simple, but effective. Today’s brands must engage, connect with, listen to...

Why Timing is Everything in the Workplace
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Why Timing is Everything in the Workplace

The sales manager asks each member of his sales team to create a presentation for a big pitch scheduled for a key client. The best presentation wins – period. So, do you go first or let somebody else do the honors? In an eight-country study of American Idol-like contests, research shows that later singers advanced...

Posted by May 22, 2018July 9, 2018
Amazon’s Key to Prevent Home Delivery Theft
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Amazon’s Key to Prevent Home Delivery Theft

Amazon started as an online bookstore in 1994 and has since gradually redefined culture with its groundbreaking products and services. The Kindle introduced eBooks, Echo set a new bar for voice assistants, and their purchase of Whole Foods Market made history in the retail industry. But the sheer volume of their online shipments has made...

Why Printed Information Storage is Safer Than Electronic
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Why Printed Information Storage is Safer Than Electronic

The latest consumer survey commissioned by Two Sides, “Print and Paper in a Digital World,” highlights interesting consumer feedback on print vs digital. In recent years, there has been an explosion of data breaches in the financial, business and healthcare sectors. This has made people everywhere sit up and take notice of where and how...

4 QR Code Apps for a New Generation
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4 QR Code Apps for a New Generation

QR codes, or Quick Response codes, have existed for as long as we’ve had smartphones. You’ve seen them before, they’re those obtrusive postage stamp-sized black and white pixelated boxes found on printed material. They’ve been a great way to increase consumer interaction, but many people complain that they’re ugly and take away from the design....

Email Communication Still Number One for Executives
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Email Communication Still Number One for Executives

The numbers are in and it’s official – email is still the No. 1 way today’s business executives prefer to communicate. According to HubSpot’s “State of Inbound 2017,” 86 percent say getting pinged electronically is the way to go. The survey, which queried 6,399 professionals in 141 countries, looks at the marketing priorities, new content...

Telemedicine is Here, But is it Being Marketed Correctly?
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Telemedicine is Here, But is it Being Marketed Correctly?

Doctor appointments take a good chunk of time out of your day. When you are legitimately sick and need to have tests done, going to the office in person is a must. But what if you have a minor issue that the doctor can solve in a few minutes? Maybe you just need a new...

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