How do you foster a team culture that focuses on delivering value to your customers when you have limited resources? Agile principles can be a […]Read More
A company crazy about chocolate, serious about people, uses Microsoft Teams to build personal relationships
When you add telephony capabilities to your existing #Microsoft Teams, you equip your team with a powerful system that has everything available in one single interface. Learn how #TonysChocolonely, an Amsterdam impact and chocolate company, uses this system to coordinate easily with their workers in Europe, America, and Africa.Read More
The author’s views are entirely his or her own (excluding the unlikely event of hypnosis) and may not always reflect the views of Moz. Today […]Read More
Is your team connecting while working remote? Leading with empathy and energy can be a challenge in virtual meetings. In this article from #Entreprenuer you’ll find five ways to lead virtual meetings more effectively—like setting an agenda, staying focused, and not running over time. Read on for more.Read More
Businesses use content calendars to plan, publish and track their content over time. You’ll have plenty of options to consider when creating or updating your […]Read More
Are you wondering which are the most popular domain name extensions? Choosing a new domain name is a very important decision for every business. Your […]Read More
Have you ever wanted a fast way to get the best deals in retail stores like Walmart, Home Depot, Target, and more? Whether you’re just […]Read More
If you have customers, you have to talk to them. But how you talk to them can make or break your business. If you want […]Read More
Every good customer service professional knows that business is about more than closing a one-time deal. The best companies build mutually-beneficial relationships with customers that equate to a higher customer lifetime value — meaning, these customers are going to stick around for a while.
Studies have shown a direct link between happy people and their ability to feel and acknowledge gratitude. This is true in both our personal and professional lives. How happy are the people you work with? How happy are you?
In his article, “A Grateful Culture is a Healthy Culture. Here’s How to Create it,” John Hall writes about why and how to create a more appreciative company culture. One of Hall’s recommendations is to really get to know your team: “Authentic relationships are non-negotiable parts of a grateful culture,” he writes. When we value people for who they are—and not on the basis of what they do for you—then we’ve reached a different level of appreciation.Read More