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-Write clearly and concisely -Choose a professional tone that produces results -Grab attention and be more persuasive
During this webinar, Financial Opportunity Corps members will learn about guidelines and templates you will utilize to collect and report data for the corps program evaluation.
Points of Light invites you to submit a proposal to present a workshop at the 2014 Conference on Volunteering and Service in Atlanta, Ga. This webinar will help you navigate the proposal development and submission process. We�ll look at elements of a strong proposal, an overview of the Conference, the Call for Presenters timeline and how to utilize the online CFP system. Visit www.volunteeringandservice.org to learn more about the Conference and submit your proposal before November 8, 2013.
We have officially entered into the connection economy and communicators who understand how to persuade their audience to buy and do business with them will win. If you intend to stay relevant in this economy then mastering your presentation skills is vital. In this fast paced presentation, you will learn three specific tips to be a brilliant presenter. Simon T. Bailey solidified his position as an expert in leadership development for global companies during his leadership tenure at the world-renowned Disney Institute. In 2003, he discovered his own entrepreneurial spark and started his own training and professional development business. As thought leader, he teaches individuals and organizations tips, tools, and techniques on how to be relevant, and valuable during times of transformation. His influence as an award winning author, blogger, life coach, and highly sought after keynote speaker inspires audiences to take action and be accountable for their results. Simon is a graduate of Rollins College Executive Management Certificate Program, one of the top 25 best private graduate business schools in the USA. He holds a Master’s Degree from Faith Christian University and was inducted as an honorary member of the University of Central Florida Golden Key International Honor Society. He has been named one of the best speakers of 2013 by meetings.net. Visit www.simontbailey.com to find out more.
Have you ever been guilty of complaining? Of course! Me too. But what I've found is that great organizations don't tolerate complaining unless it is productive...unless there is a commitment to critically examine our complaints, look for solutions, find the facts, and exhibit the courage to question assumptions and have tough conversations. And as I examined successful organizations, it was amazing to see how the presence of a couple characteristics made it that much easier to engage in the others. This topic invites you to examine where your organization is at and offers opportunities for employees to have productive conversations on how they can contribute to a successful culture.
This webinar is for 9/11 Day of Service Grantees to learn more about the marketing and communications strategy for 9/11 disaster preparedness projects.
Your presentations skills are just as important as the information you are presenting. This course will help you prepare for a presentation and polish your speaking/presenting skills - the 3 part "Presentation Skills" course will teach you how to: 1) Getting Comfortable with Online Presentations and Public Speaking 2) Identifying your audience and structuring your presentation by creating or curating content 3) Framing your message in a context that will resonate with the audience with effective delivery methods
Register here to review the policies and procedures for evaluating and reporting 9/11 disaster preparedness projects.
We have often heard that customer experience is really common sense. However, giving an authentic brilliant touch isn’t always common. In fact, as emotional beings we tend to remember uncommon, unique, and unquestionably exquisite experiences that take our breath away. It is these rare occasions that become locked in our minds. This is how word of mouth spreads like a wild fire and a hidden brand gems becomes an overnight sensations. You will learn the following: How to engage the head, heart, and hands of your customers How to create an internal customer service strategy for your own business How to stop selling and start connecting to your customers
HandsOn University
National Service
Recorded: Aug 07, 2013 at 11:00 am EST
VISTA Supervisor Training in Atlanta, Georgia: 8/5-8/7
Digital Knowledge Creation Process is essentially using digital media to streamline one’s accrual of knowledge. Improving one’s career IQ without digital media is no longer an option in today’s knowledge economy. The Internet provides an awesome quantity of information, observations, and opinions on a daily basis. Developing an ability to digest and redistribute valuable pieces from this massive flow creates an advantage in the traditional marketplace. Multiply this info-gathering method times all the people in your workforce and you will have a distinct advantage on the competition. This process costs virtually nothing beyond the time invested in consuming the content, yet very few people make the effort to refine it into an effective art. More than that, most organizations do nothing to provide employees with help in either identifying valuable sources of information or the tools that can be used to aggregate and filter it. When people think of digital media, their first efforts typically go to using it as a marketing tool. Truth be known, most organizations would instead derive more value from building powerful streams of information than from trying to figure out how to use Facebook in their marketing. In a knowledge economy, the smartest people win. Somewhere along the line, many people skip the step it takes to build their unique system for finding valuable information sources and filtering this information into their brains. We all have taken a few minutes here and there to build smaller streams of information, but most have not opened the floodgates of what is possible. That is what this process is all about. Do not miss out on the opportunity to raise your career IQ along with that of the entire team!
Digital Knowledge Creation Process is essentially using digital media to streamline one’s accrual of knowledge. Improving one’s career IQ without digital media is no longer an option in today’s knowledge economy. The Internet provides an awesome quantity of information, observations, and opinions on a daily basis. Developing an ability to digest and redistribute valuable pieces from this massive flow creates an advantage in the traditional marketplace. Multiply this info-gathering method times all the people in your workforce and you will have a distinct advantage on the competition. This process costs virtually nothing beyond the time invested in consuming the content, yet very few people make the effort to refine it into an effective art. More than that, most organizations do nothing to provide employees with help in either identifying valuable sources of information or the tools that can be used to aggregate and filter it. When people think of digital media, their first efforts typically go to using it as a marketing tool. Truth be known, most organizations would instead derive more value from building powerful streams of information than from trying to figure out how to use Facebook in their marketing. In a knowledge economy, the smartest people win. Somewhere along the line, many people skip the step it takes to build their unique system for finding valuable information sources and filtering this information into their brains. We all have taken a few minutes here and there to build smaller streams of information, but most have not opened the floodgates of what is possible. That is what this process is all about. Do not miss out on the opportunity to raise your career IQ along with that of the entire team!
 
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