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Must-Have Media Training

By Gerard Braud Natural disasters have emergency managers, emergency operations centers, and public information officers in high demand for telephone interviews with the Weather Channel, CNN, and other media outlets. So why is it, with the wealth of official knowledge available from these officials, the Weather Channel suddenly cuts away during Tropical Storm Lee to interview some yahoo resident standing in flood waters at his home in Mandeville, Louisiana?

Use Telemarketing to Generate Qualified Sales Leads

By Jim Graziano, President, Onset Marketing LLC Business telemarketing is a reliable method to generate qualified sales leads. Many accounting, consulting, law, technology, and other professional service businesses are turning to business telemarketing to generate new immediate, short- and long-term sales opportunities.

CHG Healthcare Services LEAPs Ahead

By Margery Weinstein At the end of 2009, CHG Healthcare Services launched a new two-part Leadership Development Program. Employees interested in a leadership opportunity within the company now can speak to their managers about the Leadership Evaluation and Assessment Program (LEAP), which is designed for those ready to move into leadership in the next six to 12 months. The program was developed to gather information on potential leaders and pinpoint areas for growth that are essential for all CHG leaders. Here is how it works:

I’m Happy You Made a Mistake

By Mary Hladio, Founder and President Ember Carriers Leadership Group Minor mistakes in the workplace can be something such as overwriting a file that does not affect others but wasted your time rebuilding; major mistakes are those that affect others or the bottom line, such as overwriting the only copy of a customer database.

Siemens USA Revamps Its Recognition Program

By Mike Ryan, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Strategy, Madison Performance Group Creating and implementing a successful large-scale employee recognition program in the workplace can be a challenge in any environment. Inherently, obstacles can be more complex within a self-governing business structure. Siemens USA—with 60,000 employees in all 50 states and Puerto Rico—recognized the need for a company-wide program that balanced its business autonomy with enhanced corporate-level visibility, oversight, and control requirements.

Asia’s Contribution to EI: The Power of Paradox

By Sebastien Henry “Asian thinking doesn’t ignore paradoxes: It turns them into harmony, as both parts of the paradox can be reconciled. This ability to reconcile paradoxes proves very useful when it comes to emotional intelligence, as it means that we don’t have to compromise.” One of my previous bosses, the international director based at the headquarters of my firm in Europe, would often say: “Chinese people are really unnecessarily complicated.”

Supercompetent Speaking: Pre-Presentation Preparations

By Laura Stack, MBA, CSP, NSA President Good presenters spend time preparing for speeches, both in the long and short terms. Earlier columns have reviewed long-term preparation; in this article, let’s discuss the practical steps you can take immediately before an event to maximize impact and value for the audience. As your presentation comes down to the wire, keep these tips in mind:

Trainer vs. Mentor

By Joe Lipham, Training Account Manager, Signature Worldwide One morning while working in my former position as a human resource director for a resort, I was finishing my daily coffee run when my front-office manager, Kate, approached me. She was relatively new in her position and usually was full of ideas and had lots of energy—she was ready to make her mark on the organization! Unfortunately, I could see on this occasion that she was looking a little down.

Values? What For?

By Thierry Wellhoff In the corporate environment, the subject of values often is viewed either with mistrust—and there have been many cavils, at times exaggerated—or with a zeal that may induce dizzying hopes, or end in bitter disappointment.

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