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25th November 2009

The 15 Keys To Running Team Meetings

These are the 15 keys components of an effective and efficient team meeting – whether it’s for management, administration, sales or production. Set a time Make […]
24th November 2009

The Power of NO!!!!

You don't know how to say No to a person then please learn because a single Yes can eat up your fruitful quality time. 1) If you don't know how to say NO, people will take undue advantage of you. At office you will be bogged down with work and others will enjoy while you will be doing their stuff.
23rd November 2009

You don’t have time to be late!!

6 ways to stop being late 1. Schedule and block.Put the appointment in your calendar and block out the duration of the engagement. This way you will not create overlapping commitments that will get you into a time trap.
23rd November 2009

Mind your own Business – FREE Event

Mind your own Business! – Knowledge + Mindset + Action FREE Seminar Friday 27th November 12.00 to 14.30 Venue: Ground Floor, Building 1000 Lakeside North Harbour […]
20th November 2009

Business Networking Tips

The measure of your success in business is directly related to the number of people who know and like you. Effective business networking is the linking together of individuals who, through trust and relationship building, become walking, talking advertisements for one another.By simply following my B.R.E.A.K.F.A.S.T. tips you will quickly become a successful and confident networker.
18th November 2009

Four Tips for Great Leadership

Great leaders communicate. Realizing that good communication is a 2-way street, we must be responsible for our part. That being said, true communication is the response that you get. Whatever form you choose (verbal, mail, e-mail, etc), if you don’t get the outcome you seek (from a “willing” recipient), the responsibility lies with the sender. Great leaders confirm, gain commitment, and solicit feedback to improve the process.
16th November 2009

Business Owners 10 great questions to ask yourself

1. Customer base Ask yourself: If I just bought this company, how would I sell more/expand what I sell to this customer base?
16th November 2009

What turns you on at work?

Individuals are motivated when they are working towards personally meaningful goals. Attainment of those goals must require activity that is increasingly difficult, but attainable. In other words, people like to be challenged, but they must feel their goals are achievable to stay motivated. This can be accomplished by: · Establishing goals that are personally meaningful · Making those goals possible · Providing feedback on performance · Aligning goals with the individual's self esteem
13th November 2009

10 Strengths of a GREAT Goal Setter

1: Be Specific This strength is particularly relevant when setting "Smart" goals because some of your projects will require detailed planning. The more specific you can be on the next step or action required, the more likely you are to take that step and get closer to the goal.
12th November 2009

TRUST is the Key to any Sale

Here are some simple elements of trust that you must MASTER in order to make it possible for a relationship to blossom:
11th November 2009

Discipline

Discipline = The price of excellence is discipline. The cost of mediocrity is disappointment.
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