Is Technology Killing Communication?
Oct20

Is Technology Killing Communication?

Recent research indicates that some of the main issues in sales and communications right now have emerged because people believe you can replace face-to-face (and voice-to-voice) communications with text, e-mail and social networking. These ways of interacting electronically obviously offer huge benefits and are no doubt part of the future, but they lack a personal element that offers a distinct edge. For example, organizations that...

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How to Deal With Customers That May Need Hand-Holding?
Oct19

How to Deal With Customers That May Need Hand-Holding?

As a manager or business owner, you juggle many different roles. One of the most important though, may be your role as a support provider. Regardless of the business, happy clients or customers are crucial to your company’s reputation. Therefore, people often spend time developing ways to provide better customer service. The saying that “the customer is always right” is not as simple as it sounds though. Providing...

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Spiritual Tug of War – God and Us Versus the Devil
Oct16

Spiritual Tug of War – God and Us Versus the Devil

Rod loved the smell of the pine forest mingling with the smoke from campfires as he and his dad sat in the outdoor amphitheatre at the national park campground. They were listening to the park ranger talk about wolves. Near the end of his talk, the ranger said, “I’m going to close with a legend that has been passed down for hundreds of years.” The ranger began, “Many, many years ago, a native American...

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No Fly Holidays
Oct13

No Fly Holidays

No fly holidays are getting more popular now, that is a fact. So what are the reasons why more and more are turning to alternative holidays which do not involve planes and airports? The 90s saw the real boom in budget airlines in Europe with EasyJet and RyanAir leading the way to low cost travel for everyone. UK tabloid newspapers such as The Sun and The Mirror ran offers where you could fly to Nice for £ 1 if you collected the...

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Converting Manual Bookkeeping to a Computerized System
Oct10

Converting Manual Bookkeeping to a Computerized System

If converting a manual bookkeeping system to a computerized system, the conversion will take a bit more time than just starting fresh because it needs to be sure the new system starts with information that matches the current books. The process for entering the initial data varies depending on the software chosen. To ensure that properly convert bookkeeping system, use the information that comes with the software; read through the...

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Foreign Accents – Problem in a Diverse Workplace?
Oct09

Foreign Accents – Problem in a Diverse Workplace?

Corporate success today requires a diverse body of talent to implement new ideas, views, and perspectives. The client base has become multicultural and the need for effective communication demands diversity. In the past White males made up more than 60% of the American workforce. A steady growth pattern created a shortage of qualified personnel resulting in today's multinational workforce and an alteration of the image of the...

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Type of Maintenance Activities Required for Church Software
Oct08

Type of Maintenance Activities Required for Church Software

The use of computers for religious activity has become common with time; today different types of church management software are used for administration in churches. This usually involves software that would maintain a database of the members, donors, financial transactions, events to be conducted and a lot more. They are not only an efficient way to store and perform sophisticated functions on the data but also a quick way to get...

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