Thanksgiving is around the corner. Send important people in your personal and professional life a thank-you note to show gratitude for all they’ve done to help you.
The world is increasingly going digital, but printed materials aren’t going away. Effective use of print can have a real impact and help spread your message.
Asking event speakers to have a these two things on their last slide can help add value for attendees.
Hosting special events at your conferences can be an effective way to provide more value, and entertainment, for members who attend. These occasions can also encourage them to come back, year after year.
“If you ever feel good about firing somebody, you’re in the wrong line of work,” -Jim.
Make time and resources available for your employees to engage in community service. Doing service trips as a group can be an effective team builder while giving back to the community you call home. Giving them the time to pursue individual service opportunities can provide similar benefits, boost morale, and create a greater sense of fulfillment.
A simple but effective tactic, printing names on both sides of a name tag can prevent a lot of awkward moments at events.
Sometimes the best results come from working harder. Other times, success comes from working smarter.
A dual relationship can impact both your personal and professional life. One example is being friends with the company’s supplier. These types of relationships shouldn’t be entirely avoided but it’s important to be aware of potential pitfalls.