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HR Roundtable: The Value of a Multi-Generational Workforce

In the classic rock anthem My Generation by The Who, lead singer Roger Daltrey screams, “I hope I die before I get old.” He echoed a sentiment of the times, but he never knew that he was also doing what...
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PINKCAST: This is how (not) to calm your nerves

There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who feel a little nervous before big presentations . . . and liars.For all of us in the first group, this 86-second Pinkcast — it’s a phone show, folks! — offers a simple, science-based technique for
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The other kind of customer service

Reactive customer service waits until something is broken. We leave it up to the annoyed customer to go to the trouble of finding us, contacting us, and then, in real time, advocating for themselves until we finally manage to make...  
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Rules for working in a studio

Don’t hide your work Offer help Ask for help Tell the truth Upgrade your tools Don’t hide your mistakes Add energy, don't subtract it Share If you're not proud of it, don't ship it Know the rules of your craft...      
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Will Social Media Replace Face-to-Face Networking?

I love social media.  I am active on social media. I have found that social media is fantastic for ‘brand building’ – and Ialso believe that social media will not replace all marketing efforts for most entrepreneurs and sales people. 
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L.L.Bean Beats Amazon.com, Once Again, For Best Customer Service

L.L.Bean continues to claim a rare retail bragging right: a first place finish over Amazon. For the third year in a row, the outdoor outfitter has been named Customer Service Champion over the online behemoth in Prosper Insights & Analytics'
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All it takes is effort

Customer service used to be a great divide. Well-off companies would heavily invest in taking care of customers, others would do the minimum (or a bit less). Of course, back then, organizations couldn't possibly give you all the service you...
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Social Customer Care Is The New Marketing

From: www.forbes.com   By: Shep Hyken Via: twitter.com Social Customer Care Is The New

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