JoAnn Corley — December 24, 2019 Follow @joann corley I’m here to tell ya today – managing people does not have to be complicated…once you recognize and understand 1 simple human truth. If you meet some basic, core human needs, people will willingly contribute (aka perform). Managing is a Human ExperienceFor the moment, suspend your … Continue reading Did You Know That Being a Good Manager is Really Simple?
Dave Brock — November 30, 2019 Follow @davidabrock Long time followers will know that I’m obsessed with the concept of micro-improvements. The concept of getting 1% better each day, leads to huge gains over the year. I’ve reviewed my process on micro improvements in past posts. I sit down at the end of each day … Continue reading Designing “Good Days”
Elizabeth Williams — November 18, 2019 Follow @bizmkter Would you buy this car? The Jeep Wrangler is a series of compact and mid-size (Wrangler Unlimited and Wrangler 2-door JL) four-wheel drive off-road SUVs, manufactured by Jeep since 1986, and currently in its fourth generation. The Wrangler JL, the most recent generation, was unveiled in late … Continue reading Recruitment Marketing Essentials #3: Really, Really Good Job Postings
Emily Lazration — November 11, 2019 089photoshootings / Pixabay As a business owner, you might be looking for new ideas to stay ahead of the competition. One of the best ways to do so is through an employee recognition program. Employee recognition is an important part of a company’s culture and it is one of … Continue reading Why an Employee Recognition Program is Good For Business
Paul Keijzer — October 30, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer The struggles of every leader are innumerable, from juggling ever changing priorities to managing people and their emotions. It’s an ever-changing landscape that one must traverse, and at times, the manager themselves have to wear multiple caps. The concept of Good Cop and Bad Cop is a … Continue reading Should Leaders Play Good Cop or Bad Cop?
VerticalResponse — October 26, 2019 Follow @VR4SmallBiz Looking for Halloween marketing ideas? Facebook is a fantastic way to reach customers with targeted messages that endear them to your brand and motivate likes, follows, shares and sales. If you’re not sure which posts will spur engagement, you’re in the right place. Get started with the following … Continue reading 15 Wicked Good Halloween Facebook Post Ideas
We need to change how we measure results – like marketing qualified leads – and focus on aligning our metrics to revenue. Joe Hyland on October 17, 2019 It’s amazing how much technology has evolved in recent years. We’ve seen unprecedented advances in smartphones, IoT, home AI assistants and more. Martech has similarly kept … Continue reading MQLs: What are they good for?
Corie Stark — October 4, 2019 Think about the last website whose good user experience (UX) blew you away. Did it have a flashing marquee? What about Cosmic Sans font? It’s safe to assume it didn’t have either. Unless, of course, fluffy font is your thing. In that case, this blog may not be for … Continue reading What to Avoid on Your Website to Ensure a Good UX
Brian Wallace — October 2, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing We’ve had our favorite bosses to memory and we’ve had those not so favorite bosses to memory, so what differentiates the two? It’s important to discuss the role of management as they have a direct impact on employees. Actually, 94% of employees who consider themselves to have … Continue reading The Habits of a Good Boss [Infographic]
Lee Frederiksen — October 2, 2019 Follow @hingemarketing This is a question we get with enough frequency that it has caused me to think through the issues involved. It typically comes up in the context of a re-branding effort. The first step in any branding effort is, or should be, getting the strategy right. Building … Continue reading Is Researching Your Clients and Prospects a Good Idea?