Understand Your Employees
We’ve all seen multiple personality tests that indicate the various differences in how people communicate. Understanding the nuances of what makes people tick enables you to help them succeed.
Your employees have a lot to say. If they come to you with a complaint, try to understand where they’re coming from and then try to get a bigger picture by talking to other people to figure out the whole story.
Don’t Lose Their Trust
If an employee feels comfortable enough to complain to you, don’t lose their trust. If you need to go to other people for more information Continue reading
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Here is a quick list of a few of the classes I did take while in school:
Interestingly enough, I’ve never had to explain the difference between a yellow dwarf star and a red dwarf star
While I did find this class interesting, I’ve never had to identify which Roman god equates to its Greek counterpart
Musics of Texas
I love me some Buddy Holly, but no one has ever asked me the name of the band that played with him.
And, I find it interesting that I did not take any classes related to the following topics before I stepped into the “real world” Continue reading
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The Friendship Circle recently sent out an email with advertisements placed in the appeal. This is something I have yet to see a nonprofit do before, and I wonder if it is effective at bringing in additional revenue or effective at destroying credibility.
To advertise with The Friendship Circle, you must meet certain criteria, but this new initiative could create doubt in some donor’s minds. What do you think? Are advertisements on a nonprofit’s emails and/or websites effective or does it destroy consumer confidence?
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