Powerful Conversations: Interviewing - Part 3 of 3

Monday Mover
Cirque du Soleil: where problem solving begins with imagination. Cirque du Soleil isn't a circus, it's a global entertainment company. Although they perform under some of the most rigorous physical conditions, they continue to push the experience level for the attendee. What they are setting out to do is create an environment for that type of creative person as Harvard Business School is regarded to businesspeople. Interview day can be a circus like event, chaotic, fast paced and prone to a hiccup.

Leadership

Torin Ellis
Torin Ellis
Nowadays even the rookie is expected to bring leadership qualities to the team. Many organizations are forgoing the 30-day pass, preferring to identify those capable of hitting the door ramped up and ready.

Business Results...Creating Lasting Business Relationships

Franne McNeal
Franne McNeal
People make decisions based on comfort level, trust and perception. Re-focus so that your interactions with others creates lasting business relationships that are mutually beneficial. The outcomes include opportunities for repeat business, referrals, new partners and new opportunity.

Business Results...Build your business today

Franne McNeal
Franne McNeal
It is great that you started a business because you are “good at something,” but that does not mean “if you build it, they will come.” Take a moment to re-examine how and why your products and services add value to your clients. The benefits include increased sanity, increased clients and increased profits.

Perspective

Blanche Williams
Blanche Williams
There’s always a new way to think; a new way to look at an old situation; a new twist on an old approach. Perspective provides a different view for a better you. Having a new life perspective will brighten your path to self-exploration and discovery. With clarity of perspective you can begin to understand and relate in a truer sense. It will allow an innovation of thought to emerge from within.

The Power of Assumptions

Franne McNeal
Franne McNeal
As a coach, I find that the mindset of the entrepreneur makes the difference. Specifically, the way that entrepreneurs look at situations, literally whether they view the situation as a problem or opportunity, shapes the outcome of the situation.

Six Steps to Attracting Black Customers Online

Jamila White
Jamila White
Understanding the importance of relationships is key to attracting African-American buyers online. Here are a few practical tips to getting Black customers to buy more from your Web site.

Is Minority Business Development Really an Economic Development Tool?

Melvin J. Gravely, Ph.D
Melvin J. Gravely, Ph.D
The short answer is NO. Minority business development has not been an economic development tool. At least not to the extent it could be. It has been a good idea. It has been the right thing to do. It does matter socially to communities. But it has been underutilized as a tool for economic development.