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3 tricks for improving your body language in the office

[To comment:] Your mother was right: Slouching makes you look bad. By Vanessa Van Edwards, Monster contributor (The Philadelphia Inquirer — Feb. 12, 2017) Up to 93% of our communication is nonverbal. This means that our body language, facial expressions and other nonverbal behavior is even more important than our verbal content. Yet most people don’t […]

7 Quick Tips To Improve Your Leadership Skills

[To comment:] This week’s blog comes from  Dale Carnegie Training Newsletter By Anita Zinsmeister, PresidentDale Carnegie® Training of Central & Southern New Jersey 7 Quick Tips To ImproveYour Leadership Skills Word count for this issue: 562 Approximate time to read: 2.2 minutes @ 250 words per minute  When a crisis hits, an executive’s instinct might be to […]

Budgeting — beyond the basics

[To comment:] This is Tip No. 16 from Larry Litwin’s The ABCs of Strategic Communication and More ABCs. Both should be part of your strategic communication library. 1.Budgets are a necessary evil. They’re the only practical way to get a grip on your spending so you can make sure your money is being used […]

Grow Your People — Produce Better Results

[To comment:]   Thanks to: Dale Carnegie Training Newsletter By Anita Zinsmeister, President Dale Carnegie® Training of Central & Southern New Jersey 9 Tips For Improving Your Next Meeting Word count for this issue: 571 Approximate time to read: 2.3 minutes @ 250 words per minute  Time is one of your most precious resources and the last […]

Fun Things to Do with your Staff in the New Year

[To comment:] From Dale Carnegie short and sweet: Office Road Trip:  Have a mandatory half-day of fun at a local mall or offsite venue. Special Employee Awards: Recognize your coworkers for their achievements; sincere or silly. Homemade Dessert: Have a day at the office where everyone can bring in their best homemade dessert.  Employee Trivia: Test your […]

10 Tips To Help You — I call it Leadership 101

[To comment:] From Anita Zinsmeister, president, Dale Carnegie Training of Central and Southern New Jersey 10 Tips To Help You Become A Better Leader   Word count for this issue: 793 Approximate time to read: 3.2 minutes @ 250 words per minute  When a business hits some turbulence, an executive’s instinct is sometimes to focus on greater […]

Getting Media Coverage

            [To comment:] Number ONE is building relationships. No matter the market size, there are more opportunities to get your story on TV than ever before. The days of only two daily newscasts are long gone. Most television stations have early morning, mid-day and early afternoon casts in addition to the traditional 6 and […]

In a word — Leadership

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3 ways institutions can help students close the skills gap

This was sent to me by Blackboard. It says, “The term ‘nontraditional’ is extinct.” [To comment:]

5 jobs that will make you feel more relaxed

[To comment:] For the details about these stressless jobs, read The (Philadelphia) Inquirer – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 – Page C6 – Acupuncturist – $48,735 per year Gardner – $27,460 per year Librarian – $56,880 per year Message therapist -$38,040 per year Yoga instructor – $36,160 per year [To comment:] [ cost of viagra […]