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  1. Philip Calvert

    Philip Calvert

    You Can Now Use Facebook Live From Your Desk
    Philip Calvert
    fortune.com Facebook Live can now run from desktop PCs as well as smartphones, provided users download video streaming software...
  2. ProducerLeandro Margulis
    Don’t just look for a Mentor: Develop your Personal Board of Advisors!
    Don’t just look for a Mentor: Develop your Personal Board of Advisors!"You need a mentor."If you're like most working professionals, this is one of the first pieces of advice you heard around college graduation or upon landing your first job.  (Stressed out at work? Get a mentor. Not sure how to navigate office...
  3. Philip Calvert

    Philip Calvert

    Who's doing your prospecting for more speaking, coaching and consulting clients?

    Learn the right way to use Social Media and Content Marketing to get more of the clients you want

    Click: https://socialmedia4speakers.com/welcome
    Philip Calvert
  4. ProducerPhilip Calvert

    Philip Calvert

    Revealed – the Top Five Problems Holding Back Coaches, Consultants and Business Advisers from Success with Social Media
    Revealed – the Top Five Problems Holding Back Coaches, Consultants and Business Advisers from Success with Social MediaOf course, how you define “success” with Social Media is entirely up to you. No two consulting and coaching businesses are the same, so it’s important that before you dive into Social Media, you decide what you want it to do for you.And therein lies...


    Philip Calvert
    16/03/2017 #4 Philip Calvert
    #1 Thanks Javier!
    Philip Calvert
    16/03/2017 #3 Philip Calvert
    #2 Thanks Milos!
    Milos Djukic
    16/03/2017 #2 Anonymous
    Great article! Thank you @Philip Calvert.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    16/03/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBee
    many thanks for sharing it ! @Philip Calvert welcome to beBee !
  5. Philip Calvert

    Philip Calvert

    9 Reasons Why Your Social Media Isn’t Attracting New Speaking, Coaching & Consulting Clients – And What You Should Do About It
    Philip Calvert
    9 Reasons Why Your Social Media Isn’t Attracting New Speaking, Coaching & Consulting Clients – And What You Should Do About It
    www.linkedin.com I was asked recently by a journalist if I could boil down ‘successful use of Social Media’ into a half dozen bullet points. I did so, yet...
  6. Philip Calvert

    Philip Calvert

    Speakers, Business Consultants, Coaches & Professional Advisers - Read nine ways your Social Media content is turning away new client enquiries...
    Philip Calvert
    Social Media for Speakers, Business Consultants, Coaches & Professional Advisers
    socialmediabootcamp.site Social Media Strategy for Speakers, Business Consultants, Coaches & Professional...
  7. Joy Wilson

    Joy Wilson

    That delicate task of facilitating with raw eggs when moving people from bitter to better.
    Joy Wilson
    Facilitating Change Moving from Bitter to Better
    www.spectrain.co.uk Facilitating Change Moving from Bitter to Better. Facilitation is a little like holding an egg, a balance is required to maintain a safe...
  8. ProducerRobert C. Stern

    Robert C. Stern

    Is Pasta On The Wall Your Social Media Strategy?
    Is Pasta On The Wall Your Social Media Strategy?Have you ever thrown pasta at the wall to see if it sticks? If it does then it is done, if it doesn’t it needs to cook more.  Are you doing the same thing in business? Trying everything you can to get more clients or sales? Trying every type of...


    Robert C. Stern
    27/02/2017 #2 Robert C. Stern
    #1 Exactly @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman The whole part of Social Media is to have engagement. If you are not planning your strategy in the same way, how can you affectively get what you are looking for. Secondly, you don't have to be on ALL of them. Pick the top 2 or 3 that have your niche customers on and focus on those.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    27/02/2017 #1 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    There are so many social media platforms out there, it's difficult to select what will work best for one's needs. Setting up a strategy is a plus so valuable time is not wasted. Your post is very timely and I feel research can be very beneficial so as not to be bogged down with too many sites that don't serve the purpose.
  9. ProducerNikhil Gadkar

    Nikhil Gadkar

    Social Media Marketing Strategy
    Social Media Marketing StrategySocial Media Marketing...
  10. ProducerNikhil Gadkar

    Nikhil Gadkar

    Social Media Strategies for Holi-The Festival of Colours V2
    Social Media Strategies for Holi-The Festival of Colours V2Please read the...
  11. ProducerNikhil Gadkar

    Nikhil Gadkar

    Social Media Strategies for Holi-The Festival of Colours V1
    Social Media Strategies for Holi-The Festival of Colours V1Please view the...
  12. ProducerNikhil Gadkar

    Nikhil Gadkar

    Social Media Strategy for India
    Social Media Strategy for IndiaPlease view the...
  13. Andrea Trent

    Andrea Trent

    I'm new to BeBee and welcome all business connections. I'm an HR consultant working with small to medium businesses. I recently did a two-part series on diversity and ageism in the workplace (see Part II link below). Thinking of ideas for my next blog post. If any subject is of particular interest, let me know. Thanks!
    Andrea Trent
    The Blog and Musings of Andrea D. Trent – HR Maven At-Large


    Andrea Trent
    25/02/2017 #6 Andrea Trent
    That's too bad Marisa. I thought it was something that was unique to the U.S., but it looks like this happens in other countries as well. Thanks for your comments! Always interested in hearing what is going on in different countries.
    Marisa Fonseca Diniz
    23/02/2017 #5 Marisa Fonseca Diniz
    Great article. It is a worldwide tendency to recrimination by age, worse when there are certain outdated concepts in thinking that all professionals above a certain age are lazy or resistant in developing new learning or tasks.

    Here in Brazil happens the same problem, that is, until the age of 25 you are too young and inexperienced, after the age of 40 you are considered too old to have good job opportunities.

    I have a company and most of my employees are in the age ranges listed in the job market, but contrary to what most HR experts say, I have a very productive team and everyone, both young and old, interact very much good.
    Andrea Trent
    23/02/2017 #4 Andrea Trent
    #3 Howdy!
    Mike Rana
    23/02/2017 #3 Mike Rana
    Howdy, Andrea!
    Andrea Trent
    23/02/2017 #2 Andrea Trent
    @Devesh Bhatt Thank you!
    Devesh Bhatt
    23/02/2017 #1 Devesh Bhatt
  14. ProducerNikhil Gadkar

    Nikhil Gadkar

    Unique Social Media Marketing Strategy - Collective
    Unique Social Media Marketing Strategy - CollectivePlease view the...
  15. ProducerKaran Johnson

    Karan Johnson

    3 Essential Life Hacks for Freelancers
    3 Essential Life Hacks for FreelancersThe workplace wellness market is worth a whopping $41 billion.With no boss in sight, corporate wellness is an employment perk that freelancers give up when they go solo.Freelancers are time management ninjas — doing everything from marketing,...


    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    25/01/2017 #15 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    #13 You are most welcome. Literally! Great stuff. Needed to be shared.
    Karan Johnson
    25/01/2017 #14 Karan Johnson
    #12 Hi Alexa,

    Thanks for the kind words. I still have to stop myself from grabbing my phone first thing in the morning, so I know how you feel. That’s fantastic about the exercise; it’s a great first step!
    Karan Johnson
    25/01/2017 #13 Karan Johnson
    #11 Hi Jared,

    Thanks for the kind welcome message and sharing my posts in so many hives. Being a newbee, I didn’t even know that some of them existed. I’ll be checking them all out.

    I’ve just had a look at Twilight and I wish I came across it before, as I would have tested it and mentioned it in my article.

    I think sleep is a work in progress for most of us :)

    A huge thank you again for taking the time to read my article and for sharing it.
    Alexa Steele
    25/01/2017 #12 Alexa Steele
    That first grab for the phone/laptop in the morning is one I KNOW is bad for me, but I still do it. At least I've started pulling myself away for near-daily exercise. Great post, Karan.
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    25/01/2017 #11 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    Hi Karan,

    Great first post on beBee. Welcome!
    First things first, for welcomes, I'm sharing in the beBee Interviews and Introductions hive.

    I love life hacks! There's even a hive for that. Lots of great tips here...

    For posture, I'm sharing to the Egoscue Method hive. I often get back pain from sitting at a desk all day. You might check it out. Covers the exercise and HIIT aspects to, hopefully.

    For "me-me" time, have you heard of the Miracle Morning? Sharing there too. Gratitude and reflection are so key. Dang, could share in the Tony Robbins hive too!

    I'm still working on sleep. But the blue light helps. f.lux seems similar to an app I've been using called Twilight.

    Great stuff! Sorry for the delay. Thank you for sharing all this!
    Karan Johnson
    21/01/2017 #10 Karan Johnson
    #9 Yes, @Mohammed A. Jawad, every little bit helps :)
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    20/01/2017 #9 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Little things to make life merrier! :)
    Gerald Hecht
    20/01/2017 #8 Gerald Hecht
    #6 @Karan Johnson--I know right? I guess it was a common practice back in the day.
    Karan Johnson
    20/01/2017 #7 Karan Johnson
    #3 Hi @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, it does take a deliberate daily effort to do non-business related things that make a difference to my health. I can only imagine the challenges that your husband faces managing his IT Consulting Company.

    It’s great news that he can take holidays more often. A break can do wonders for recharging the batteries. Thank goodness for remote working and competent employees :). Yay, to him exercising at his home office! Please let me know how he gets on using f.lux.
    Karan Johnson
    20/01/2017 #6 Karan Johnson
    #2 Hi Gerald, yes, finding our optimal posture is necessary, especially when working long hours. As for Jacob, sleeping on a rock pillow sounds very uncomfortable indeed :)
    Karan Johnson
    20/01/2017 #5 Karan Johnson
    Hi @Deb 🐝 Helfrich you’re so right about the ease that bad habits can be created. I must admit that I worked from my bed or sofa when I started freelancing. I think I was slightly rebelling against anything desk-related, as I spent years sitting in an office :).

    Neck strain was a sure-fire sign that I needed to change my ways.

    Like you, I now have a simple set-up (a desk and chair) that is much more ergonomic. So yes, good posture is absolutely a big part in keeping ourselves well when working from home.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    20/01/2017 #3 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Great tips @Karan Johnson. I think it's cool that you recognized what is important and works for you in order to be highly functional without getting ill or having a break down! Because my husband runs his own IT Consulting Co. he doesn't have a choice many times with regards to determining good times to not be on his PC. I will have to relate to him about f.lux you wrote of above, that may help him when he has to be online late at night. He used to take small vacations every 2-3 years but now he can go and not worry because he can work remotely if an issue comes up and he's trained his employees to do much more than they were doing when hired. He related to me he's been taking breaks in his office and doing exercises (his home office, that is). Thanks for this!
    Gerald Hecht
    20/01/2017 #2 Gerald Hecht
    #1 @Deb 🐝 Helfrich If I understand what you are saying; I am an agreement..."practicing" optimal static and dynamic posture/movement through spacetime is so very vital for the ultimate ride of a lifetime; and it doesn't require any special "functional furniture"...Jacob hurt his his leg after climbing a ladder to heaven and getting ina scuffle with an angel/velvet rope bouncer.
    All because instead of sleeping flat on the ground, he felt he had to rest his head on a "rock pillow"...a most unnatural sleeping position for proper oxygenation and avoiding disruptive episodes of apnea.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    20/01/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    Wellness while freelancing is crucial, @Karan Johnson, because it can be so easy to work in an unstructured manner and create bad habits.

    Posture is a big thing to pay attention to, and it can be easy to use regular relaxing furniture with all our smart devices, but I know I am more focused and productive when I practice structural integrity while working. I have a completely bespoke set-up that almost guarantees good posture.

    It is a bunch of random bits of furniture, but they are all at the appropriate heights to enable me to not force myself into strange contortionist positions. That is a very crucial aspect of wellness while working from home.
  16. ProducerPatrick Leddin

    Patrick Leddin

    Toblerone's Not So Sweet Move
    Toblerone's Not So Sweet MoveThe Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reports that chocolate maker Mondelēz International Inc. is changing the famous Toblerone chocolate bar's dimensions. Don't panic, the iconic triangular shape remains; however, the gaps between the high and low points...


    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    16/01/2017 #3 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    Innovation has many faces. This is an ugly side of it. Am sure similar stuff is happening with many other products globally, with dedicated teams working on newer and more devious ways of short-changing customers. If you can't cut cost, cut quality-quantity, eh?
    Dean Owen
    15/01/2017 #2 Dean Owen
    Pretty cool article. Sad to see our chocolates are getting smaller. I always thought portions were getting bigger, especially in the States. Shrinkflation. Cool word.
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    14/01/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    the very act of making a move - change for the better - is always allowed!
  17. Joy Wilson

    Joy Wilson

    Do your Tin Men need oiling, your lions have crippled courage, your scarecrows lack confidence? Lots of learning in leadership lessons from The wizard of oz:
    Joy Wilson
    Leadership Lessons from the Wizard of Oz
    www.spectrain.co.uk Leadership Lessons from the Wizard of Oz - More Training Wizardry from...
  18. Joy Wilson

    Joy Wilson

    Learning Design and The Art of Seduction....How do we seduce learners?
    Joy Wilson
    Learning Design and The Art of Seduction
    www.spectrain.co.uk Learning Design and The Art of Seduction seductive detail is text graphics,narratives,voice, animation,with the purpose of arousing a learner’s...
  19. ProducerDeepali Shah

    Deepali Shah

    Role of a Coach
    Role of a CoachIn what follows, I attempt to explore and expand on the role of a coach using 10 examples of coaching competencies, i.e. skills, attitude and attributes with a concise rationale for each.A coach is a facilitator empowering the client to achieve...
  20. Ibrahim Siddiq

    Ibrahim Siddiq

    The Coaching Tools Company provides a large number of coaching tools, exercises and admin forms -- many of which are FREE. Sign up for their free newsletter to receive monthly tools and tips.
    Visit their website: https://www.thecoachingtoolscompany.com/?wpam_id=64
    Ibrahim Siddiq
  21. Noah Carmichael, MBA
    Get more: www.insideexecutive247.comNoah Carmichael, MBA
  22. ProducerRon Goddard

    Ron Goddard

    So is it time for a new breed of consultant?
    So is it time for a new breed of consultant?Undoubtedly the matter of how we make a living now is quite different compared to even a decade ago. Consider this also: intelligent machines may well prompt a 30% loss of current jobs over the next twenty years. Is this a bad thing? Only, if you...


    Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    26/11/2016 #14 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    WOW, @Ron Goddard, great post of the day by another outstanding Bee!! I agree 100% with your 10 attributes & please do more honey here. Best regards, BillStankiewicz@SavannahSupplyChain.com, 1-404-750-3200, Bill Stankiewicz.
    Deb🐝 Lange
    26/11/2016 #13 Deb🐝 Lange
    #2 I agree with your 10 attributes - Creativity, Social Intelligence and Global Knowledge were identified by IBM as the 3 top 3 capabilities by 2020. These are different capabilities that require being with uncertainty, not knowing, seeing new patterns emerging in complexity. The old style Consultant, had known knowledge they shared with someone who didn't have access to that knowledge. The new Consultant is a co-creator and a collaborative problem solver who works with the present state and what emerges.
    Phil Friedman
    24/11/2016 #12 Phil Friedman
    #9 Irene, I agree, as well, that we are in the midst of a growing transition away from the historical model of long-term, full-time employment toward one of limited-term contractual employment. However, I think it a mistake to conflate the situation in respect of upper-level execs cast out of FT employment with that of middle and lower level people joining the ranks of unemployed. Highly paid top level execs often have the option of joining the ranks of business owners and entrepreneurs (not the same thing, BTW) whereas middle and lower level people will be seeking to reinvent themselves as consultants and contract workers. I submit that it is important to recognize and understand the differences and nuances. ( https://www.bebee.com/producer/@friedman-phil/tips-for-successful-consulting ) Thank you, Irene for expanding this important conversation. And thank you, Ron for initiating the discussion. Cheers!
    Graham🐝 Edwards
    24/11/2016 #11 Graham🐝 Edwards
    Very nice perspective in an ever changing world @Ron Goddard
    Brian McKenzie
    24/11/2016 #10 Brian McKenzie
    As long as people continue to kill each other - I will have a job. I see no danger of peace breaking out.
    debasish majumder
    24/11/2016 #8 debasish majumder
    Great share @Ron Goddard! enjoyed read. thank you for the share.
    Phil Friedman
    24/11/2016 #7 Phil Friedman
    You touch on an important topic here, and in so doing will hopefully encourage further conversation. I am somewhat confused to your reference to now as 2015. Perhaps a typo? And I do not see how the "FTEs" of whom you speak are going to transition to being instantiatins of your recommended model, which really amounts to being entrepreneurs with top executive authority and responsibility, including the provision of what you call "angel investment".

    I personally believe that the major transition will be from FTE to limited term contract employee -- which is not the same as being a consultant. Thank you for opening an important conversation. Cheers!
    Sara Jacobovici
    24/11/2016 #6 Sara Jacobovici
    Thank you @Ron Goddard. I appreciate the timely focus of your buzz, the information you provide and the strategies you offer.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    24/11/2016 #4 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Great precepts for a fantastic change!
    Harvey Lloyd
    24/11/2016 #3 Harvey Lloyd
    I would say that the biggest change that has happened over the last fifty years is information float. From days or even months, information is now nearly instantaneous. This will pressure your "5th should". I would think that any leader seeking coaching, consulting or input from an outside source is probably wrestling with information overload. Your points give focus to an otherwise difficult process. I would say though that these points would work internally as leaders work through change management in their own organizations. Great insights, @Ron Goddard.
    Melinda Brain
    24/11/2016 #2 Melinda Brain
    I also believe that the Organisational Psychologist will become more in demand (think toxic cultures) and also highly qualified consultants will become important. I think there's plenty of charlatans out there, all talk and no action. By the way, great post
    Paul Burge
    24/11/2016 #1 Paul Burge
    Thanks for sharing this @Ron Goddard. A really interesting read and a great 10-point plan!
  23. George Touryliov
    If you have an interest in startups, valuable experience to share, and an established network, a board advisory role might be right for you. Here are some tips for those considering startups as an alternative or supplement to their current career -
    George Touryliov
    What you need to know about being a board advisor for a startup
    thenextweb.com If you're thinking about pursuing a board advisor position, here are five tips from my own...
  24. ProducerShannon Douma

    Shannon Douma

    Neimology Science ®
    Neimology Science ®Personal ​Lifestyle ​and Professional ​Name Consultant Neimology Science ®is the study of the placement of letters in a name, that shows  us how to find the patterns that will reveal  natural tendencies in a persons character, thinking,...
  25. Bernard Nketiah

    Bernard Nketiah

    Bernard Nketiah
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