Posts Categorized: Software Sales Candidates

Sound Intelligent, Powerful, Polished, Articulate and Confident

Do you want to sound intelligent, powerful, polished, articulate and confident?¬†Of course you do! Voice coach Carol Fleming, Ph.D. gave us some great insights based on her years of study and working with thousands of clients.   TO SOUND MORE INTELLIGENT: Speak just a bit slower to allow yourself to select your most appropriate vocabulary… Read More »

The Big Ask

Simply asking more of people helps them to rise up to any occasion. What if you could achieve more for your business just by asking more of your team? People are often flattered when asked to do something different or new. Asking the big and small questions, you will see your team and business enjoy… Read More »

Four Things To Avoid In Your Work Email

While some things are just understood and best left unspoken, there are times where email is forgotten in this model. Sure you don’t want to bash your boss when they can hear you or let a coworker hear you whine about the performance. However, are you careful with your email correspondence? Often, employees forget to… Read More »

Science Discovers Why Some People Are Motivated To Success While Others Aren’t

Why are some people motivated, focused, and successful, while others seem to get distracted, and have little to no motivation to get things done? Is it due to their upbringing? Maybe something about their personality? Believe it or not, science has made a discovery as to why some are motivated while others aren’t. Here’s what… Read More »

Increase Your Emotional Intelligence In One Step

People are generally more reactive than proactive which often can be a good thing. For instance, avoiding an accident while driving with quick reflexes, or your reflexes when a spider lands on you. (I know I personally move like Bruce Lee when one gets on me) However, there are times when you allow emotions to… Read More »

New Laws Banning Salary History

Potential new laws are on the horizon that would ban employers asking questions about salary history during the interview process. Restrictions in Massachusetts, Delaware, Oregon, New York City, San Francisco, and Philadelphia have already passed legislation that prohibits employers from requesting salary information from job candidates. Hefty fines will be imposed on those that do… Read More »

Five Bad Habits Millennials Need To Avoid

Millennials are often viewed as a generation of self-centered, entitled, and demanding individuals. While that may be an overreaction to the truth, there are some things that millennials in the workforce should be mindful of today. Stereotypes can be difficult to overcome, but it’s worth it for millennials to avoid these habits that are seen… Read More »

Exceptional Leaders Plan and Take Appropriate Action

In our four-quadrant model, the upper right (the exterior individual objective) consists of one’s physical body and one’s behavior. Exceptional leaders take appropriate action in light of all the other quadrants, i.e. their individual internal dynamics such as personality and values (upper left quadrant); the collective internal dynamics such as the culture (lower left quadrant);… Read More »