Archive | June, 2016
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Jun

How to Overcome 6 Phobias About Assessments

How many times does this happen to you? You connect with someone, let’s call him Jim, who you believe may be a candidate for coaching or consulting. You agree to meet for coffee and have an awesome first meeting. You ask great questions and get to know a little more about him and how he’s […]

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29
Jun

Teamwork and Jigsaw Puzzles

Let us talk of human psychology for a moment. Ego is the first to kill the team spirit. Why should I work under him/her? Why should I give in and accept what is said? What I say is correct and all of you are out of your senses! Ego. This is the first danger in […]

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06
Jun

10 Tips to Keep Your Customers Truly Satisfied

All businesses strive to provide excellent customer service, but there’s a fine line between service and servility. Extreme servility is called obsequiousness (Now there’s a word for you to know). Even if you don’t know what it means, you’ve experienced it—maybe in a restaurant, a clothing store, a car dealership, anywhere where employees hope that […]

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