Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm



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March 2015
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As the economy begins its ascent, it is more important than ever to provide your team with the tools to succeed. In sales especially, your team has been hard hit by the tough economic times. As a sales manager, it will be your job to engage your team, build confidence, and coach for success.
As the economy continues to recover, it is more important than ever to ensure that you are providing excellent customer service. Customer service plays an important role in customer retention, increasing market share, and efficiency. All of these elements can help your organization take advantage of the improving economic conditions. In the following articles, we will explore several different aspects of customer service. We encourage you to share these articles with team members and colleagues.​
Presentation Effectiveness can be a make or break skill in the workplace. At some point in your career you will be asked to present information to a group. It is your job to ensure that you are ready to step up to the call. An individual who can present confidently and effectively immediately differentiates themselves from the rest of the group. Whether you are a pro or a beginner with public speaking, this issue of Engaging Ideas will provide practical tips for improving your presentation skill​
Teamwork is a major factor in succeeding in the workplace. Even if you work in a one-man company, you still will have to work with clients and vendors. The ability to work successfully in groups is a key contributing factor in your success and the success of your organization. The articles in this issue of our Engaging Ideas Newsletter deal with elements of team work and team building.
During the past year and a half, many things have changed in our global economy. These changes have dramatically effected workforces around the world. Think of how your job is different now than it was just months ago. The changes can be as small as taking on additional tasks, or they can be as dramatic as making a total career change. No matter what changes take place, you will always be expected to perform in the workplace. If you are a manager, you will be expected to take change in stride.
As the economy continues to gain steam, it is more important than ever to keep your leadership skills sharp. As a manager, it is your job to keep your employees engaged. Engaging your employees will help you and your organization prepare for and succeed during the eventual economic upswing. Leadership excellence and employee engagement can reduce turnover and foster innovation and productivity.
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