It doesn’t take much to make someone else’s day brighter.
Attending and exhibiting at trade shows is all about building relationships, learning about new products and services and maybe negotiating a deal.
But everything starts with the relationship.
“Thx for the IView! I Wud ♥ to Work 4 U!! ;): Young Job Candidates Find Too-Casual Tone of Textspeak Turns Off Hiring Managers.”
I often talk with new college graduates about the best practices for getting that important first job. Some take my advice and land the job that will launch a successful career. Some don’t. This terrific article by Sarah E. Needleman, which was published in the Wall Street Journal July 29, 2008, sheds light on why […]
etiquette,networking,network,business etiquette,international protocol,first impressions,conversation,Cynthia Lett By Cynthia W. Lett CPP, CEP The title of this article suggests that you might be standing in front of a crowd of 300 and introducing yourself. Not really. You just met one guy who looks like he might be nice to talk with at this party you both are […]
Swearing Imposes a Personal Penalty It gives a bad impression. It makes you unpleasant to be with. It endangers your relationships. It’s a tool for whiners and complainers. It reduces respect people have for you. It shows you don’t have control. It’s a sign of a bad attitude. It discloses a lack of character. It’s […]
Candor is a compliment; it implies equality. It’s how true friends talk. – Peggy Noonan, Author and Columnist Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedy. – Ernest Benn (1887-1954), Publisher A person who can’t lead and won’t follow makes […]