Jane Anderson
7/11/2017 · 54 min read · ~10
To Women in Business and 5 more
Top 6 Social Media and Branding Trends for Business Growth in 2018

Top 6 Social Media and Branding Trends for Business Growth in 2018

Over the last few weeks, I’ve spent a lot of time speaking with people around what’s going to happen in 2018.Businesses are changing.We’re facing massive disruption.The amount of resources of time and money are changing businesses...

Jan 🐝 Barbosa

Jan 🐝 Barbosa

excellent article :)

7/11/2017
Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

This will sound cliche Jane Anderson but this is an excellent article with a lot of great info contained within. Like so many women, BPO outsourcing is an interest I know many women share. I'd also love to see Hotels, Airlines, Amtrak and others offer remote customer service positions in areas that aren't within a large city. I spoke with a woman who works for Marriott rewards and reservations late one evening. She loves her job because she's a nigh owl. I asked where she was located and she told me Cleveland Ohio. I also asked if they hired outside of Cleveland and she said that at this time, no... only in cities where people have access to train on site. I'm sure there are many who'd be willing to spend the extra bucks to train on site so they can make it possible to work from home if they aren't living within a or near a large city. I would love to be doing remote work from home for a Corporation that offers an hourly pay along with benefits. A lot to look forward to according to your metrics on this buzz. Thanks for sharing!

7/11/2017
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Charlene Burke
27/8/2017 · 30 min read · ~10
To Women in Business and 2 more
A Woman Walks Into a Group and…

A Woman Walks Into a Group and…

If she is an introvert, the first thing she will do is look around to see who is there, what they’re doing, what they’re talking about. Why? Because she only speaks when she has something to say and she is looking for the people who want to...

Maria Mustapha

Maria Mustapha

I have to admit, I like the sound of mastermind groups, but not totally sold on them, just because I need to know if my time is going to be spent well with the group I'm with, i hate feeling like I just wasted my time - thinks its also my introvert nature, lol!

4/10/2017
Chuck Bartok

Chuck Bartok

As always some real food for thought...not just for women! ~~smile Thanks Charlene.

31/8/2017
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Charlene Burke
23/8/2017 · 15 min read · ~10
To Women in Business and 2 more
Let's Solve Problems - Together

Let's Solve Problems - Together

That is the core purpose of a mastermind group.Solving problems.In a mastermind group for business owners, the problems presented range from personal to business and can include:1. mindset - getting past insecurities, learning how to think a bit...

Javier 🐝 beBee
8/3/2017 · 13 min read · ~10
To Women in Business and 11 more
The Mother. The Sister. The Daughter. The Life-Partner. The Grand-Mother...

The Mother. The Sister. The Daughter. The Life-Partner. The Grand-Mother...

The Mother. The Sister. The Daughter. The Life-Partner. The Grand-Mother...Women according to me are the most respectable entities in our society and our lifes. The Mother. The Sister. The Daughter. The Life-partner. The Grand-Mother....they are...

Milos Djukic

Milos Djukic

Kudos Javier 🐝 beBee!

9/3/2017
Ivette K. Caballero

Ivette K. Caballero

Lovely tribute to us! Thank you Javier 🐝 beBee. We live in such a competitive world that the workplace has become like a jungle. Lack of respect is big problem everywhere, that's why I like to promote the power of values. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/best-advice-respect-people-ivette-k-caballero

9/3/2017
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Sonal Bhadane
10/2/2017 · 29 min read · ~10
To Women in Business and 5 more
The Vicious Circle, mid-level manager's dilemma

The Vicious Circle, mid-level manager's dilemma

Regardless of your personalities, outgoing or shy,have you ever been in a situation at work where you are left with dilemmawhether to express your views or to shut them down? I am sure some of you mayhave experienced this at some point, but I am...

Randy Keho

Randy Keho

Mid-level managers walk a fine line, especially when directing union employees. Their success greatly depends upon keeping those employees on board and motivated while remaining compliant in regard to the union contract. Top management is usually only involved when it's time to negotiate a new contract. Oftentimes, mid-level managers are measured by how well they meet specific company objectives while the union contract deals in generalities. For example, a mid-level manager may be directed to achieve a specific quota while the union contract only stipulates that the employees display an effort to achieve that quota. It's much easier to measure specifics than efforts, which is where the insecurities arise. The employees can make or break you.

1/3/2017
Adam Weedy

Adam Weedy

It's difficult to "feel sorry" for mid-level management. I find many of them to be people who are untrustworthy, especially to their peers. Typically, they have controlling temperaments which are exemplified by their "body issues" (ie. overweight, constantly exercising, ect.). I would like to see more articles about this, especially on LinkedIn, however it is rare because of a "culture of fear" in corporate America.

1/3/2017
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