By Tim Rymel, M.Ed., Owner, CorporateKindergarten.com
By Margery Weinstein
By Laura Stack, MBA, CSP Most business professionals quickly learn and understand the basics of presentation attire. But I’ve come to the conclusion that a many people suffer from colorblindness, complete lack taste, or else have no idea how to dress professionally. Admittedly, for a few speakers, dysfunctional dress is their shtick (you know who you are). But the rest need a quick review on image on the platform.
By Sonia Alvarez-Robinson, Director, and Kevin Alas, Associate, PwC, People & Change Practice
By Andrew Mullaney, Curriculum Developer/Trainer, City University of New York School of Professional Studies
By Norma Jarman, Training Account Manager, Signature Worldwide Many business operators may believe the customer experience begins when the customer arrives at your place of business. However, in reality, the customer experience begins when a customer decides he or she needs a specific service or item you provide.
By Peter Saravis, CEO and Co-Founder, Evive Health One of the fundamental goals of any Human Resources professional is finding the most effective way to motivate employees and to engage them in ways that allow them to be their very best. But central to this simple truth is the reality that employees cannot perform as hoped if they are not healthy. And that puts corporate America at a disadvantage.
By Charlotte Jordan, President, The Marcus Buckingham Company
By Justin Ferriman, Learning and Collaboration Consultant, Accenture
By Dr. George H. Labovitz, Founder and CEO, ODI; and Victor Rosansky, Co-Founder and President, LHR International, Inc.