Here's a quick tip I intuitively picked up, that can help you quickly pick up and adapt a new language for conversational purpose.
In order to start mastering a language you’re trying to learn, you must read and write in that language. But the funny thing is, most of us learn new languages to be able to speak it. That's how babies learn to speak a language, by actually trying to speak.
It is the job of a great leader to be the catalyst of cultural health and happiness in their organization. You as a great leader must create an environment for your people to thrive and strive for excellence. As a great leader, you need to keep your people informed, in order for them to feel included, to feel as an integral part of your team and your agenda. You must treat them well, in order for them to get motivated and be and do their best.
Every organization should utilize the power of these three training and development programs and have them in place as part of their regular, ongoing training and development curriculum to gain a competitive edge in the marketplace.
The business landscape has always been endlessly changing. The markets have been growing, aligning, adapting and realigning with the continual new desires and demands of the consumers, technological and science advancements, and yet these two business concepts have always been continually constant like no others.
First Constant Concept is, that hiring lazy and incompetent people and then constantly bitching and moaning about it and saying “If only they did their f***ing jobs…” referring to the workers you yourself green-lighted to be hired, never worked, never works and will never work.
Whether you’re trying to engage your employees, B2B or B2C clients, search engines, social media audiences, or you’re trying to get any other type of attention from anyone else, the key word is engagement.
- Over 70% of US employees are disengaged, under-engaged at work.
- The rising costs of disengagement are reaching over $500 billion each year.
- It is in every company’s best interest to identify employee and customer engagement issues and address them with innovative solutions.
Stories are a hot topic in marketing because they have been shown to be superior to facts in getting attention, being remembered, in changing opinions, in stimulating social activity, developing emotion, and curiously, even in communicating facts. Many firms have added journalists, editors, and filmmakers to their staffs to create or find meaningful stories and present them in a compelling way.
From your company name, slogan to your employee's business cards, marketing, sales materials to your social media pages and your website you create impressions, opinions and ultimately perceptions about your company, your products and services. Every interaction with potential and existing customers, every point of communication, every letter, every email, every marketing event is an opportunity for you to create and reinforce your company’s image as a perception in the minds of your potential and existing customers.