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10 Kinds of Difficult Bosses You’ll Encounter [Infographic]

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“Having a bad boss isn’t your fault. Staying with one is.” – Nora Denzel/Board Director of Ericsson You can never be certain that you’ll get friendly and helpful colleagues in the future. The same can be said with your future supervisor, manager, or CEO. Download a copy of this infographic here.

Networking The Big Bang Theory Way [Infographic]

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Networking is crucial when it comes to sales and marketing; you have to know the right individuals in the proper industry. However, most people find connecting with others to be daunting and almost impossible. It doesn’t have to be, because it is easy!   Download a copy of this infographic here.

10 Effective Ways to Do Sales Presentation Like a Pro

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“All the good speakers were bad speakers at first.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson/ American poet, essayist, and lecturer Performing sales presentations can be really daunting. Especially when your audience consists of clients and bosses who have high expectations. Thanks to self-doubt, presumptions, and stage fright, your well-practiced speech now evaporates to nothingness.     So, what makes an effective presenter? …

10 Steps to Perfect Your Elevator Pitch [Guide]

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“You will never get a second chance to make a first impression.” – Will Rogers/Film Actor and Humorist (1879-1935) The chance of meeting a CEO, a business owner, or a client inside a tight space like the elevator is thin. But, how prepared are we when the situation comes? Do we know what to say? If ever, would they even …

Let Harry Potter Guide You in the Art of Networking

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Networking…oh, no. There are many reasons why people hate it; it’s uncomfortable, makes you appear pushy, kind of awkward—especially if you have no idea what to talk about, and frustrating because you don’t know who to talk to! “Networking” has developed a bad reputation, but we’ll be clearing that out right here. Real networking is about establishing mutual benefits, engaging, …