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In our last employee survey we asked for ideas from our employees about how they increase our level of business performance in their daily routines. We got some great tips! Here they are:
We certainly did not know exactly what to expect with the CMRxchange webinar. Holly Czuba, George Simons and I accepted the offer to present a live session on coaching, communication and collaboration to an online audience of contact center professionals.
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When you see someone visiting your site, it is human nature to question their motive: are they a client or prospect? are they an auditor? is something important happening?
I check my side mirrors before I back up. Sounds routine. Something you learn in driver’s education. But, one time I didn’t and paid for it.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was going to release cell phone numbers to telemarketers and cell phone users only had a few days left to place their number on the National Do Not Call Registry. We have uncovered the truth - The verdict: This rumor is FALSE.
Everybody is connected to the actor, Kevin Bacon. You may be familiar with the “six degrees of separation” theory that says it takes just six personal associations to reach anyone in the United States. For example, I know someone, who knows someone I don’t know, who knows someone else, who knows someone, who knows Kevin Bacon. So I am just six people associations from Kevin Bacon and Kevin could eventually get to me, too. Why? Maybe he wants a job.