Posts Tagged Under: communication

Crafting Key Messages that Sell (Part I) – Cold Email in Style

A cold email is a message sent to a potential lead with whom you usually have no prior relationship and who is not expecting your email. Considering the average worker receives 126 emails per day, they likely don’t have time to read your message. So how do you stand out? This is the first article from a short series on how to craft messages that ultimately help you sell.

Crafting Key Messages that Sell - Cold Email with Style

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Pros and Cons of WiFi Calling (Short Guide)

If you’re not sure what WiFi calling is, why you’d need it, and most importantly, how it works, you’re not alone. WiFi calling is a powerful tool, yet we receive many inquiries on how to best use it. Common questions include, “What are the pros and cons of WiFi calling?” or “Is WiFi calling secure?” Especially for those planning to use it for their business, the desire to know all these details is perfectly understandable.

Pros and cons of WiFi calling

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6 Ways to Maintain a Remote Work Life Balance

In the past year, more people have started working from home than ever before. The COVID-19 pandemic closed down businesses and many of those still standing strong are now working remotely. While most people are happy to work from the comfort of their own home, it also makes it difficult to separate work from personal life. In US, no less than 7 in 10 remote employees are struggling to achieve a healthy remote work life balance during this pandemic.

Ways to Maintain a Remote Work Life Balance

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Boost your Team’s Productivity with these Remote Working Tips

Business leaders can agree that last year has marked a turning point in the work from home trend. Even before the COVID-19 shutdown, remote work had gained some considerable traction. Yet, in 2020, it became the norm for millions of employees across the globe. Providing some remote working tips and strategies for employees and leaders alike has become paramount. And this is especially true for those that didn’t have remote work in place before.

Boost your team's productivity with these remote working tips

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7 Essential Skills to Master the Art of Negotiation

In the workplace, almost every contract is set upon a negotiation. It plays a major role in the recruitment process, which is why HR representatives are trained in the art of negotiation. People working in sales are more or less successful depending on their negotiation skills. The procurement department of every company negotiates deals with suppliers. Teams negotiate deadlines, co-workers negotiate tasks, managers negotiate roles, and much more. Everything in business is the result of negotiation.

Essential Skills to Master the Art of Negotiation

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The Productivity Box: The (Curious) Case for Handwriting

When was the last time, you wrote something by hand rather than typing it on a keyboard or mobile device? In our fast-paced, digital work culture, it can feel like handwriting has become a lost art. Writing by hand is often seen as tedious and inefficient compared to the ease and convenience of typing. Yet, there are many cognitive benefits associated with putting an actual pen to paper.

The Productivity Box: The curious case for handwriting

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Embrace and Effect Change in the Workplace, You’ll Be Surprised of the Benefits

Some managers are afraid of change because they worry about how their employees will react to new processes and different procedures—and for good reason. According to the American Psychological Association, employees reported lower levels of job satisfaction when they recently experienced organizational changes within the past year than those who did not: 71 percent compared to 81 percent.

Embrace and Effect Change in the Workplace, You’ll Be Surprised of the Benefits

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Jumpstart your Productivity in Five Easy Steps

When those initial stay-at-home orders went into effect back in March 2020, the mass shift to remote work seemed to boost productivity. But as this pandemic keeps bugging us even a year later, that productivity surge is now on the decline. While some organizations have seen a 5 to 8 percent increase in productivity within these last 12 months, most have suffered a 3 to 6 percent decrease in 2020 overall, according to Harvard Business Review

Jumpstart your productivity in 5 easy steps

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