Motivation is one of those topics that influences a lot in the workplace including: organization design, human resources, policy and procedure, and leadership. The problem isn’t the application of motivation, but rather what people have come to understand about motivation.
There are so many parts to who you are, what you do, and why you do it. What do you highlight? How do you make your message deliverable to the audience you are trying to reach? Here are five tips to help you showcase yourself.
A few hundred feet from the banks of the Truckee River, Nutrient makes some of the most nutrient-dense food in the country. Using the west coast’s largest sublimation unit, basically a giant vacuum chamber, Nutrient creates breakfasts, lunches, dinners, drinks and on-the-go meals.
The act of registering and paying membership dues won’t inherently equate to full immersion in any networking community. Here are some easy-to-implement strategies centered on getting the most out of any professional organization.
When we think about the concept of “learning,” many of us likely travel back to high school or college. We recall sitting in a lecture hall, poring over books, absorbing the nuances of government, physics — or worse yet (for me, at least): calculus.
What if you were adept enough at reading and understanding body language that you noticed that “micro-expression of disbelief” the moment it flashed across your prospect’s face? What would happen if you were able to stop your presentation right at that moment in time and find out what your prospect was thinking. What if you knew the right questions to ask to uncover your customer’s disbelief, address it right in the moment, and move on?
No matter where you look, IoT technology permeates our daily lives. These products are computers that look like a watch, a TV, a garbage can, a washing machine, a door, or even a toilet. So, businesses investing in this technology find themselves working outside of their core competency. That’s where Breadware comes in.