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Discover customer-centered methods to be more helpful, and enjoyable than your competition and become their top-of-mind choice. See five specific ways you can attract and keep grateful customers.
Beware of being a “doormat” — the downside of giving in ways that put you in the unsuccessful and unhappy crowd as compared to those who understand how to give in ways that support their success and happiness with others. Discover how to become sought-after and productive in Adam Grant’s book, Give and Take
Your biggest opportunity to strengthen relationships with key stakeholders, stand out in your market and enter new ones, and to boost employee performance, retention, morale and esprit de corps may be to support and train employees to be authentic, adept, articulate ambassadors of your company brand and thus their own. Here’s more about how and why.
Since self-affirmations make most sad people sadder, lift your mood by taking the ACT approach and enjoy more upbeat and meaningful moments
Changing careers and seeking an actionable roadmap to get there faster? Read Reinventing You by Dorie Clark who successfully made the move, burnished her brand and pulled in complementary allies to savor the transition, as can you. This Harvard Business Review and Forbes contributor and sought-after strategic communication consultant offers specific methods buttressed by relevant success stories.
Get briefed on dangers and opportunities that Big Data is already creating in many parts of our lives so you can make smarter choices for yourself and with others. Glean actionable insights from the authors of Big Data, The Global Tilt, Illicit and The End of Power.
Discover exactly how to get others to spread your idea or buy your product, by using Jonah Berger’s STEPPS elements, described in his book Contagious. In this column get, 8 actionable insights, about his sometimes surprising research findings, buttressed by fun success stories.
Don’t stand back. Instead, advocates Sheryl Sandberg in her new book Lean In to making work and home life more workable for yourself and others. She offers research-buttressed advice and personal stories. The side benefit for you, too, may be standing out from the crowd in Davos or somewhere else that matters to you
To live a more meaningful, productive life with others here are six, research-based ways to nudge yourself into actually changing how you see situations and act in them.