Mike Brady — November 27, 2018 — November 27, 2018 qimono / Pixabay Key Takeaways Tech makes it easier for real estate agents to provide better service to clients. Digital platforms like CRM help agents build closer relationships with their clients, driving more referrals and repeat business. Agents that use tech are more productive than … Continue reading How Tech Can Make Your Agents More Human AND Productive
Consumers Want Less Tech, More Human Interaction by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, (November 05, 2018) Brands want to wow consumers with techie services, but a report released Monday from voice platform Usabilla suggests consumers would rather speak to a live human being to solve their complex problems and create worthwhile customer experiences. Usabilla, which … Continue reading Consumers Want Less Tech, More Human Interaction
Daniel Burrus — October 4, 2018 Follow @DanielBurrus — October 4, 2018 Improving cognitive performance is a strategic imperative for anticipatory leaders. Yet, cognitive performance slows down due to cognitive friction. Cognitive friction occurs when professionals can’t think through uncertainties clearly in their minds. These uncertainties include: risks opportunities outcomes consequences implications impact causations causes … Continue reading Eliminate Cognitive Friction to Maximize Human Performance
Elizabeth Byrd — April 7, 2018 Follow @elizbyrd — April 7, 2018 Each year, SXSW overflows with innovative technologies. And when you get to play with a robotic dog that does tricks and has mannerisms that mirror a live dog, it’s easy to see how Artificial Intelligence is changing the way the world works. But … Continue reading Social Media Marketing With a Human Touch? Yes, Please!
Michael Wight — February 13, 2018 — February 13, 2018 “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” Henry Ford There are a lot of important factors behind the success of a business, and most important of them all is the human resource. It would not … Continue reading Ongoing Education: The Best Way to Motivate Your Human Resources
JoAnn Corley — February 4, 2018 Follow @joann corley — February 4, 2018 Have you ever been around a person for a bit or walked into a room and said, “Boy I just feel some bad vibes.” Or, you spend time with someone and walk away thinking, “I feel so good when I’m around them.” … Continue reading Can You Read Human Behavior Like the Beach Boys?
Brandon Redlinger — February 1, 2018 Follow @brandon_lee_09 — February 1, 2018 Stock photo Personal email – sent from an ADR to a prospect – is the workhorse of effective prospecting in account-based approaches. Done properly, these emails feel much more like personal business communications than marketing or selling (because that’s exactly what they are). … Continue reading 4 Parts of a Great Human Outreach Emails in ABM
Dave Brock — January 19, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — January 19, 2018 Broesis / Pixabay For some reason, articles on “Leaders must show vulnerability,” have been flooding my in-box recently. I get it, leaders must show vulnerability, but what does that mean? As I think of these articles and dozens of others on other leadership … Continue reading Leadership, Vulnerability, and Being Human
Emilia Javorsky Experts at Oxford University and elsewhere have estimated that the risk of a global human extinction event this century—or at least of an event that wipes out 10 percent or more of the world’s population— is around 1 in 10. The most probable culprits sending us the way of the dinosaur are mostly … Continue reading Why Human Extinction Needs a Marketing Department
James Potter — November 8, 2017 Follow @thelinkedinman — November 8, 2017 Shutterstock Back in May 2016, we wrote a blog Who’s afraid of the big bad human looking at the benefits of talking to someone face to face or over the phone, rather than via email or swapping messages via text or social … Continue reading How to Stay Human In A Digital Age