The real purpose of technology in business is to enable your business to execute faster, cheaper and with better quality—regardless of the old joke that you can pick two of those, but not all three. There’s no question that the proper application of technology has provided orders-of-magnitude improvement in the ways we do business. But that’s not always the case.
For information about how Cella can add value to your business through consulting, coaching, and training, please email [email protected]. This article was written by Cella Consultant Les Johnson.
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Five Actions To Take Before Your Next Presentation
You're scheduled for a presentation. Maybe presenting to a few decision-makers, perhaps speaking to a larger audience. Either way, positive actions beforehand can make you a stronger presenter. Here are five suggestions: 1. Live with your audience Once you commit to a...