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Make sure you don’t commit these nine costly blunders.
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Read how to build your confidence and stay in the moment.
According to Tessa Sterkenburg (photo, left), "What we want is less noise, more context, ease of use, ease of access and the certainty that our listeners understand the message.
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"In a new report from BI Intelligence, we discuss all of the components of the IoT [Internet of Things] ecosystem, including its devices, analytics, networks, and security.
According to Erica Dhawan (photo, left), "We need to rethink the way we approach meetings that promotes collaboration and facilitates a responsive and flexible environment.
We check in with Benjamin Hardy at Medium.
"So much of being successful at your job has little to do with the actual work you do.
The material associated with this item is no longer available, but we invite you to read Jason Nazar's article in Forbes on the same topic, "The 21 Principles of Persuasion.
Learn why stories are usually more effective than plain data when it comes to changing minds.
"It seems like every Crisis 101 playbook now includes taking out full page ads in a cross section of national and metro dailies to publish an open letter from the CEO," writes Lou Hoffman (photo, left).
Read why all companies need to get out in front of the story when crisis hits.
Katie Wagner highlights immediacy, access, connection, and research.
"Knowledge seldom takes the place of experience.
Lee Odden (photo, left) covers the topic.
See how Walmart’s social media team interacts with followers across seven Twitter accounts.
Common sense might tell you that smarter individuals make for a smarter team, but these researchers discovered otherwise.
"You’re trying to build (or maintain) a relationship with the people you email.
"We asked 6 experts from different fields to share their view on the future of communication.
"While every job requires a certain amount of administrative activity, we must recognize when tasks become so laborious and time-consuming that they take away from the real work –— and drain our employees’ passion.