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Posted on May 18 2016 - 1:00am by Admin
Comments Off on Corporate Headshot Photography: Why It Matters for Business

Corporate headshots, along with other business photos, can upgrade your branding online with just a few shutter clicks – literally. Nowadays, numerous corporate engagements to other companies and consumers take place online. This digital way of communicating has opened up doors of new advancements on being creative and unique with your content. Why...

Posted on May 4 2016 - 9:00am by Admin
Comments Off on How Relationships Matter in Business

In business, not only will your products keep you relevant, but your customers as well. The more consumers purchase or rent your product or service, the longer you’ll stay in business because their presence in your market keeps you afloat. In personal relationships, for example, keeping in contact makes it stronger and longer. The same goes with business: the more established relationships and the more loyal customers you gain, the longer you’ll stay relevant. So, how exactly do you keep them – old and new – flocking back to you?...

Posted on Mar 21 2016 - 7:32am by Admin
Comments Off on Skills for Training and Assessment Positions

Training and assessment skills are offered to those who want to deliver training and conduct assessment in their workplaces or in a registered training organisation. In Brisbane, Australia, Ramtrainingservices.com.au says a certificate in training and assessment is usually given at the end of the course to indicate you have done and successfully completed all the stages. Achievement of this qualification meets the standards set by the government. It means you’re able to plan a training program, implement assessment activities and...

Posted on Jan 22 2016 - 2:04am by Admin
Comments Off on 3 Fun Activities to Enjoy with Your Girl Friends

Spending time with your girl best friends doesn’t have to be like Taylor Swift and her squad. You don’t need guns and explosions, make-ups and concerts to bond with each other and be closer. Even just a simple activity is enough for true friends who care deeply for each other and want to spend time away from the daily stress of work. Here are some activities that you may find enjoyable and interesting: Visit a Ski Resort Skiing is a fun activity for beginners and pros alike. You and your girl friends can hire a tutor and learn to ski...

Posted on Oct 26 2015 - 9:37am by Admin
Comments Off on To Multiply Your Business, Multiply Your Thank Yous

Now, here’s one tip all businesses will do well to apply. You could doubt its results, even cast a critical eye on all those corporate citizens practicing it. However, be wary. For better business results, you should be saying thank you more often. A thank you is more than just an exercise of professional courtesy or a timely reminder of the holiday season. When you say thank you, you affirm how much you care, which is at the heart of why businesses succeed. From the Bottom of Your Heart It may seem trivial, but a thank you can define...

Posted on Aug 15 2015 - 12:00am by Admin
Comments Off on The Secrets of a Great Motivational Speech

When you’re stuck listening to a boring speaker, minutes may seem like forever. But, if you’ve ever witnessed professional motivational speakers in action as they make an impact with their well-crafted words of inspiration, you’ll know that it’s no easy task. It takes a great deal of talent and of course, perseverance, to inspire an audience to take a particular action or adopt a new point of view. Ever wonder what’s the secret behind those speeches? Expert speechwriters and great motivational speakers have...

Posted on May 18 2015 - 2:41am by Admin
Comments Off on Google Self-Driving Cars: 11 Crashes So Far

Google’s Self-Driving Cars have been involved in 11 minor accidents, according to Chris Urmson, director of Google’s self-driving car program. The self-driving cars have been tested for six years now, with a fleet of more than 20 self-driving their way across a million miles. The self-driving cars average about 10,000 miles of self-driving per week. Although the accidents are minor, mostly crashes from humans driving into the back of the Google’s, it still makes a solid evidence of the challenges driverless cars face and America’s...