At work, having the courage to think differently and create a new solution is not easy but is rewarding.
From Malcolm Gladwell's book "The Tipping Point" we learn that there are three kinds of people. Each type type is critical to creating sustainable word of mouth movements.
Norton Juster's "The Phantom Tollbooth" is full of powerful lessons for both kids and adults. I read it once every 5-ish years and still learn something new each time.
It doesn't matter if your company is B2C ore B2B. At the end of the day, we are all P2P, business only moves forward because people push it forward.
Remember, time management and prioritization are important management skills; vision and the drive to get things done are attributes of a leader.
Upon returning from the San Francisco #PRSSANC each member of the delegation was to share our experience with two classes. I picked three themes from the conference, they are as follows: Leadership Dreaming Action Leadership: In a previous post, I shared a little from Kevin Saghy’s presentation. He was talking about being a leader within … Continue reading San Fran the Experience
It is interesting what you can learn from other industries. Although I have never been interested in restaurants and hospitality public relations, I learned a lot from Andrew Freeman & Co. While at the PRSSA National Conference we got to hear from the Andrew Freeman & Co. team members listed below: Andrew Freeman, President Casey … Continue reading Public Relations = Results