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    How to Properly Ask for a LinkedIn Recommendation

    Breanne Sagen - 216 Article rating: No rating

    LinkedIn recommendations are like the Yelp reviews of individuals. If you are a business professional, a LinkedIn recommendation is an important aspect of marketing yourself. Employers consult LinkedIn to determine if someone is going to be a good fit in an organization. So, how do you go about receiving influential and effective recommendations?  Some may come organically, but just like with a business, not everyone is going to leave a review. If you’ve had a great experience you want to showcase, or if there is someone who has really seen you excel at a certain task, take the time to ask for a LinkedIn recommendation.

    Creating a Customer Service Culture

    James Nagy - 404 Article rating: No rating

    ​Most companies will tell you that their main focus is customers.  Creating a company wide customer service culture is easier said than done.  It’s one thing to come up with a friendly tagline; it’s a whole other to set the tone of that throughout the whole organization.  We’ve recently seen some large corporations come under fire for the way they handled the customer service aspect of their business. The way these companies handled things, from a customer service perspective, was a nightmare.  You can’t just use customer service as part of some slogan –if you’re going to implement it, it has to be done correctly.

    Working as a Consultant: Know Your Allies and Threats

    James Nagy - 381 Article rating: No rating

    One of the most difficult, and interesting, parts of being a consultant is stepping into a new company for each new client.  You have to be able to adapt, have perspective, and reconfigure your strategy based on what the current atmosphere requires.  A great way to give yourself a head start in this department is to know your strengths and weaknesses. This isn’t a self analysis.  This is looking around you and taking inventory of relationships in an organization.

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