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by Keli Hammond
What does it take to stand out from the crowd? How do you build a brand people notice, connect with, and trust? Marketing pioneer Keli Hammond walks you through the ins and outs of building a brand that is not only noticed but also sought after and profitable. She uncovers the key elements needed to craft cohesive and clever marketing campaigns and demystifies the components needed to gain influence and be memorable. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been in for a while, ... more
by Rita P. MitchellReady to get what you want out of your life and your career, on your own terms? The comprehensive, go-to career guide is here to show you the way! In her forthcoming book, Own Your Phenomenal Self: A Guide on Character, Success, & Leadership, Rita P. Mitchell dishes on all secrets that will put you on a path toward success no matter your background, experience, education, or credentials.
by Emma MarieWith all the perks a mystery shopper enjoys, it is without a doubt the most attractive part-time job one could imagine. However, have you ever wondered why businesses hire mystery shoppers? Just like the secret shopper itself, business establishments also get a lot of benefits when they employ a mystery shopping company to evaluate their products and services. Here are the top 10 reasons why hiring a mystery shopper is essential in running a business.
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by Kelly Brogdon GeyerNobody likes to fail especially when it comes to an enterprise-wide change. Failing at Agile Transformation describes the numerous things people do that sabotage an organization's efforts to change. The number of practices you can test out to assist you in your Agile journey are limitless. Unfortunately, the number of counterproductive assaults people perform during the journey are just as limitless. There are countless books, websites and blogs that will describe dozens and even hundreds of dif... more
by Emma MarieYou could be a bootstrapper or an investor with some extra capital and one of the best choices that you could make is to get into the ecommerce industry. Even if you are a complete beginner to ecommerce, all the tools and the resources are already laid out for you. All you will need to have is a very strong work ethic and of course that constant desire and passion to succeed. If you have all of these and is wondering why you should get into ecommerce, here are some great reasons why this should ... more
Empathetic Leadership: 47 Practical Tips for Leading with Kindness, Courage, and Confidence in an Age of Disruptionby Michael BriscianaEmpathetic Leadership is written "from the heart" for business, government, academic, and non-profit leaders who wish to enhance performance, productivity, and employee engagement in their organizations and lead with kindness, courage, and confidence while promoting the greatest collective benefit. Offering 47 practical tips from the author's career as a Human Resources leader, adviser, confidante, and coach, it provides clear ideas in an easy-to-digest format and a down-to-earth, relatable sty... more
by Zoe bruce
If you are looking forward for the competency based management solution for your company then you must have of course noted that competencies are divided into two types which are technical and general of course. However, the actual difference between the two and how every types needs to be sued within the HR strategy can vary a lot. If you are heading for a better understanding then you of course would want to go a bit deep and check out some of the experts giving advises on the technical com... more
by Brandi C. Johnson
by Brandi C. JohnsonMinimum Viable Marketing teaches business owners, entrepreneurs, and marketers the essential five-piece framework that any business can use to encourage growth without overwhelm. Readers will be able to identify which strategies are working to grow their business (and which aren’t), so they can make the most of their marketing resources.
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The 5 Stages To Entrepreneurial Success: What Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Dominating Your Marketby John NorthIt's a common question but what makes a successful entrepreneur?; Of course, this question starts a whole conversation about the definition of success. It's my belief that success isn't just about making money. Most people start a business for the freedom they expect it to give to them. The cold hard reality is that most entrepreneurs end up working longer hours and for a lot less than a typical wage. Why would any sane person work for less money, work much longer hours and have ... moreby Rebecca Le VineI wrote this book to help readers understand their issues with work, why they have them, and what can be done to resolve them. It’s a general introduction to my system and can help you strengthen your relationship with work. I hope you’ll read it and use it to create a more fulfilling career. Inside you'll find practical examples, exercises and questions that can be put to use immediately.by Flora DelaneyThis book helps every retailer and small business owner focus on what really matters. Learn the 7 principles and how to focus on them to WIN every day. "WIN Today" sections give store owners, managers and employees specific things they can do to re-focus on what really matters. WIN Today actions are like having a retail coach work with you every day to improve your retail business. If you are struggling … If you feel as if you and your team are working hard but you are not getting the re... moreby H. J. ChammasWhen the financial crisis erupted in 2008, thousands of people lost jobs they thought they?d always have to sustain their standard of living. For H. J. Chammas, it was a wakeup call to escape struggling to make ends meet. It was time to take charge of his life and stop acting like a lab rat following a set program. In this detailed guidebook to buying, owning, and managing rental properties, he gives readers a plan that you won?t find in other books. Instead of promoting foolish risks, he helps ... moreby Bethany Mooradian
Mystery shopping is an aspect of market research where you are hired to pretend to be a "real customer" to evaluate products and services you receive. Companies use this information to gauge competition, train new hires, and reward employees. The result is that you get to make extra income just by shopping and giving your opinion!
Mystery shopping can be done anytime and anywhere. Every business gets shopped. Apartment buildings, restaurants, banks, retail stores, movie theatr... more