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How to work smarter when working from home
- The equipment you’ll need
- How to keep your team together
- The best way to manage your time
- Avoiding loneliness and distractions
- Improving your productivity
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Scroll down for the first three in the series. Learn why liking and trust are so important for your success, how to make your writing more persuasive and compelling, and get essential communication tips for effective leadership.
Keep checking in for more advice on how to crush the corporate ladder.
OUR VIDEOS AND PODCASTS WILL GIVE YOU THE SKILLS TO CRUSH THE CORPORATE LADDER
LANGUAGE SKILLS WRITING, SPEAKING, PRESENTING
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS, SELF-IMPROVEMENT MOTIVATION
BEST BUSINESS PRACTICES
BUSINESS AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES
EQ: WITHOUT THIS SKILL,
YOU'RE GOING NOWHERE FAST
Forget technical skills and IQ scores. They count, of course they do.
But plenty of research shows that when two people are equally smart, the one with better EQ climbs the career ladder more quickly.
Test your EQ now
Take our free EQ Quiz and get your EQ score and analysis. Whatever your score, EQ is a skill that can be learned and improved.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
HOW TO CRUSH THE CORPORATE LADDER
We’ll show you how to move from just a name in the company crowd to having your name on the door.
Free 1-hour Masterclass video
- Why raising your profile is the first step on the road to leadership.
- How easy it is to motivate yourself and others.
- The secrets of successful meetings.
- Creating memorable presentations is easier than you think.
- Why EQ is rated more highly by business leaders than IQ.
- The essentials of basic business strategy.
And much, much more.
Much energy is focused on clear and accurate external communications with clients and suppliers. Most companies manage it closely.
There’s always lots of advice for giving presentations but not a lot for attending presentations. Here’s what my experience has taught me.
In 1984, Professor Robert Cialdini PhD wrote one of the best books on the principles of influence ever written.
He distilled all this work into Cialdini’s Six Principles of Influence.
How to write persuasively
Here’s a brief guide on what that research and our experience tells us. Like so much of what lies behind success in life, some of the answers are exactly what your common sense would predict.
Are your communication skills good enough for leadership?
The truth is that without good communications skills, it’s unlikely you’ll qualify as a leader.
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