These Business articles will give you the news and information you need to stay up to date in the ever changing Business industry.
October 23, 2012 – 1,229 viewsMs. Faye Riva Cohen
- Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
Over the years I have had clients tell me that they have been guided to me for legal services through some sign. I’m not sure if the guidance emanates from above or below, but I am pleased that I am on the radar of some otherworldly source. Quite often the client tells me that they have been unable to secure an answer to their legal questions until they found me. Although this is flattering, there are many lawyers in this area, and many us of have many answers and opinions... Full Story
October 9, 2012 – 1,164 views Association of Business Training
With technological advancements that have been achieved in recent years becoming more prevalent in the business environment, there is no longer a need to make visual presentations, product demonstrations and more in front of a live audience. Presentations and demonstrations can be completed remotely in a virtual format, and this allows your audience to enjoy your presentation in the comfort of their home or office. This saves time and decreases expenses for both your company and those who want to attend your presentation. However, the downside to this type of virtual presentation experience is that the audience can quickly become disengaged through boredom or distracted by factors in their own environment. By following a few key tips, you can more effectively hold the attention of your audience throughout your entire presentation... Full Story
October 4, 2012 – 1,129 views Association of Business Training
Many organizations have changed their mode of undertaking transactions from accepting paper signatures to digital signatures. This type of signatures is fast replacing the need for paper copies. Congress passed the Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act that makes electronic signatures legally binding to assist companies make a smooth transition from paper to electronic transactions. There are a number of benefits of using electronic signatures... Full Story
September 24, 2012 – 1,003 views Association of Business Training
Public speaking ranks among one of the most common and most intense fears, affecting nearly 75% of the population, according to various studies. While many people seem to think that individuals with public speaking skills are born naturally with the ability, improving this talent, overcoming fears, and enjoying the rewards of good speaking skills is possible... Full Story
September 19, 2012 – 1,093 views Association of Business Training
All business executives know that their professional success depends in large part on their ability to network with other business professionals. For some individuals, networking comes easily. They are able to interact with others effortlessly in a wide variety of social situations.
However, many business executives are simply not born with a knack for networking. These executives must work hard to hone their networking skills... Full Story
September 11, 2012 – 1,177 viewsMr. Joe Mechlinski
- entreQuest, Inc.
Usually I try to avoid making assumptions, but I’m going to go out on a limb and make a couple here. I think it’s safe to assume that for every time you’ve read an advice book, attended a seminar, or made a New Year’s resolution with the goal of improving some aspect of your life or work, the same burning question immediately crops up... Full Story
September 10, 2012 – 1,105 viewsMr. Pete Tosh
- The Focus Group
An organization can only provide its customers with what those customers truly want - value as defined by those customers – if the organization continually, formally & informally listens to its customers.
Dr. Lynn Berry, Professor of Marketing at Texas A&M & author of Competing Through Quality, has developed a functional model for attracting & retaining customers - to ‘Close the Gap’ between Customers’ Expectations & their Perceptions. The four steps within Lynn’s model are to... Full Story
August 31, 2012 – 1,071 viewsMr. Joe Mechlinski
- entreQuest, Inc.
The best way to maintain a steady business course under constantly changing conditions is to keep your eye on the big picture. But the stream of dramatic headlines over the last three years has made the big picture a little blurry for entrepreneurs like us. “The world is falling!” shriek the pundits. “Wait, the world is going great! No wait… it’s falling again!” The truth is, the world is somewhere in between, and it’s confusing. Many of us are still wringing our hands, searching for answers to surviving this economic uncertainty. But are we even asking ourselves the right questions? In my mind, the first and most important question to ask is this: Am I prepared to do what it takes to grow my company in 2012? Answering that question with complete honesty is the first step toward your best year ever. Full Story