The old saying of a picture tells a thousand words rang true when I walked into the washrooms at the golf clubhouse. It’s been fun this summer to pick up golf clubs again after a decade of not playing. Part of the reason was a reward to me and the other was finding a social and networking outlet that could still be done safely. A bonus was I found visual… Read More »Are You Using These Visuals in Your Marketing?
I think it is interesting to observe what companies are doing in marketing and sales during the current situation and look for lessons or ideas that either I or my clients might be able to learn from. This week gave me three opportunities to do just that with very different customer service experiences. Given the current economic climate, you might expect companies to be on their guard for retaining loyal… Read More »How Feedback Can Make or Break a Relationship
Linkedin is no longer your parent’s resume bank, it is fast becoming THE social network where you can still get noticed without having to pay your way to attention or doing something outrageous to be seen. Your posts are less likely to get lost in the noise of memes, celebrities and the latest gossip or politics that we see overwhelming other networks. During the last two years, it seems another… Read More »How to Make Your Brand Relevant on LinkedIn in 2020
In a conversation with a senior management client recently it was interesting to observe that even with a list of impressive and significant accomplishments they were very reluctant to talk about them, even admit them and certainly not willing to put them down on paper. They are currently working for a large Fortune 500 company where a strong internal profile and personal brand is key to getting the next… Read More »10 Ways to Market Your Talent Without Feeling Sleazy