Each of us has a preferred style when it comes to conflict. This preference influences how we handle decision-making and negotiating, too.
"As more U.S. adults are delaying marriage (or forgoing it altogether), the share who have ever lived with an unmarried partner has been on the rise. Amid these changes, most Americans find cohabitation acceptable, even for couples who don’t plan to get married, according to a new Pew Research Center survey."
What does it say about corporate America when 30% of employees “expect to experience a cultural crisis” in the near future? Those are the words of Sarah Clayton, who takes a look at what’s happening in U.S. companies in her Harvard Business Review post.
In sales, especially when commission is involved, there’s a focus on the number of sales made rather than the quality of a sale. Because of this, customer loyalty can be low and valuable components of a sale, such as customer service, are lost.
Kyruus announced findings from its third annual survey of 1,000 health care consumers focused on their decision-making processes and preferences when it comes to determining where and from whom to obtain care. The findings show that consumers are becoming increasingly self-empowered when evaluating their care options and that they continue to rank convenience and speed of access highly in their decisions.
Achieving sales emails perfection is an art form, one that you must master. You’re not only trying to get your emails seen and responded to, you’re also taking a risk of scaring potential clients off for good.
"This year is on track be another record-breaker for online spending and mobile shopping. Mike Steib, CEO of Artsy, says those online spenders are reaching for their phones not just to buy clothes or groceries, but to buy works of fine art, some costing six figures or more, reports Forbes."
Tiffany Toombs is a mindset coach who specializes in helping people rewire their brains to overcome self sabotage and limiting beliefs; allowing them to experience success in every area of life. In this episode, we discuss: How to overcome self-sabotage; The role our parents play in the creation of limiting beliefs; and How to rewire your mind to lead to happier, more fulfilling work and personal lives.
Getting reviews from your clients is only half the battle. Making sure they’re seen, and in the best light, is another beast entirely.