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What Should Managers Look For In A Mentor?

Positivity may not be the most important factor Image Credit: Brian Ujiie In order to become better managers, we all realize that there are a number of ways to make this happen. We can go seek manager training and try to develop the manager skills that we know that we need. However, there is another way to go about becoming better: get a mentor. If you decide to go this route, right off the bat you’ll be faced with a difficult question: what should you look for in a mentor? Wha...
Tags: Career, Expertise, Careers, Experience, Mentor, Positive, Gruff, Jim Anderson, Cheerleader, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Brian Ujiie, Tough Talker, Underperforming


3 ways agents can help today’s savvy, educated buyers and sellers

Online resources can give buyers and sellers an advantage when it comes to accessing information on the market and current listings. However, nothing can replace the expertise and knowledge of an experienced agent. Here's why.
Tags: Expertise, Value, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, James Harris, Home Value, Brokerage, Select, Comps, David Parnes, Helping Clients, Agent Value, First-hand experience, Proving your worth


How Effective Are You at Using Your Power?

Power is a good thing when used effectively. The more power you have, the more able you are to direct, influence, and inspire people to make positive changes. There are three types of power. Position Power You gain power based on your formal position in the organization. The chain of command gives you power over the people below. Position power allows you to do the following: Reward and Recognize People—Dole out desirable things to employees such as pay increases, bonuses, promotions, public...
Tags: Expertise, Leadership, Power, Dole, Effective Leadership, Employee Recognition, Personal Power, Expert Power, Position Power


4 tips for using Pinterest to grow your real estate business

For real estate agents, Pinterest can be a great way to attract leads and build connections. If you're new on the platform (or unsure how to use it to your advantage), here are a few strategies to consider.
Tags: Expertise, Pinterest, Marketing, Niche, Service, Radio, Agent, Select, Back To Basics, Theme-month-202104, Group Boards, Pinterest for real estate


What To Say When You Don’t Know the Answer

“I don’t know” is one of the scariest phrases in the English language. Especially if you have to say it in front of a crowd. But chances are, if you present often, you’ll eventually be asked a question to which you don’t have an answer. And it can be embarrassing. But it doesn’t have to be if you handle it well. Here are some strategies for dealing with those tough situations. Don’t Fake an Answer If you were to lie to your audience, chances are, most of them wouldn’t be able to tell. Study a...
Tags: Expertise, Speaking, Presentation Hacks, Q & A, Answering Questions, Don't Know Answer, Responsible Knowledge, Laura Zimmerman


Secrets To Moderating A Panel Session

The best panel sessions are the ones where good ideas are exchanged Image Credit: NHS Confederation As speakers, we are seen as being skillful at all types of speeches. Although we may generally see speaking as writing a speech and then getting up on a stage and delivering that speech, it turns out that due to the importance of public speaking there are many different forms that speaking can take. One of the more common ones is being asked to moderate a panel session. The people on the pan...
Tags: Expertise, Ideas, Panel, Exchange, Speaking, Discussion, Diverse, Welcome, Toastmasters, 2 - Organize, Jim Anderson, NHS Confederation, Introduction, Prepared, Real World Public Speaking Skills Question, Wrap Up


How To Lead When Your Employees Know More Than You Do

In today’s increasingly complex workplaces, leaders need to be experts who can make the best decisions for their team. But how do you succeed at leadership over areas where your expertise is limited? That’s what I’ll be asking my guest, Wanda Wallace, in this episode of Leadership Biz Cafe. Wanda ... Click to continue reading
Tags: Expertise, Leadership, Relationships, Teamwork, Perception, Recent Posts, Leadership Biz Cafe, Wanda Wallace


Time for Experts

In this novel crisis, we in media and online need to shift much of our attention away from trying to eradicate disinformation (and how’s that going?) to spend more of our time and resources once again finding and amplifying good information — authoritative information from experts. That is why I am maintaining and immersing myself in my COVID Twitter list of 500 epidemiologists, virologists, physicians, researchers, NGOs, and selected specialist journalists. I have been taking in their c...
Tags: Google, Expertise, Facebook, Publishing, UK, California, Senate, Uncategorized, Journalism, Harvard, Atlantic, Yale, New York Times, Silicon Valley, Fox News, Boris Johnson


The next net: expertise

The net is yet young and needs to learn from its present failures to build a better infrastructure not just for speaking but also for listening and finding that which is worth listening to, from experts and people with authority, intelligence, education, experience, erudition, good taste, and good sense. Here is a preview of one nascent example of such a system built on expertise from Samir Arora, the former CEO of Glam. Samir and I bonded a dozen years ago over the power of networks, wh...
Tags: Google, Expertise, Facebook, Twitter, Publishing, Uncategorized, Web, Net, Ning, Jack Dorsey, Sage, Glam, Dan Gillmor, Jeff Jarvis, Columbia Journalism Review, Samir Arora


How A Speaker Can Moderate A Panel Discussion

A panel discussion is all about finding a way to exchange ideas Image Credit: AIGA/NY For some odd and strange reason, people seem to think that just because we can do a good job of giving a speech we’d also be able to moderate a panel discussion. You know what I’m talking about: one of those events where you get a group of people up on a stage and have them talk about something that the audience is interested in. What you may not have realized is that each one of these events has someone r...
Tags: Expertise, Research, Questions, Panel, Audience, Speaking, Discussion, Diverse, Welcome, Jim Anderson, Moderate, Topic, Format, Prepared, 1 - Plan, Moderator


How Do You View Your Skill Sets?

Some years ago I gave two presentations in the same week. On the Wednesday I presented to my medical billing group, more specifically about the relationship between CPT-4 codes and revenue codes. It was a fairly short presentation, about an hour, but it was well received. I can hold babies! It was also planned. I […]
Tags: Motivation, Expertise, Leadership, Presentations, CPT, Business Motivation


Something More Than Competent

I love Toastmasters. If you want to learn to speak in public, there isn’t a better place to start. You only get better at speaking in public by speaking in public. While I was in the program, I saw some amazing transformations. You would know two other members of this club: Lewis Howes and Sarah Storer. What I didn’t like was the name of the first level of achievement. The words “competent communicator,” always struck me as not being the right name for the achievement, even if accurate. Though c...
Tags: Expertise, Advice, Sales, Usa Today, Lewis Howes, Business Acumen, Sarah Storer


Practice Makes Perfect

A year or so ago I was at a wedding, and a very successful doctor started talking to me. I was very impressed with this doctor and already knew of him through several people before our meeting. He was involved in some fascinating and cutting-edge research I found quite interesting. I love meeting people who are passionate about their careers because they give off so much energy. People who achieve amazing and significant success in any profession always have a lot of passion for what they do. If...
Tags: Expertise, Florida, Featured, Learning, Education, Happiness, Careers, Los Angeles, Success, Harvard, United States, Yale, Arizona, Life Lessons, Automotive Industry, Practice


The Fifth Risk: Michael Lewis explains how the "deep state" is just nerds versus grifters

Michael Lewis is a national treasure, whose gift for explaining how finance grifters think and operate has spawned a whole genre, which he dominates with books like Liar's Poker (an insider view of the S&L crisis); The Big Short (a character-driven, crystal-clear explainer on the financial engineering that led to the 2008 crisis), and Flash Boys (the shitty math and bafflegab behind high-speed trading); and now, The Fifth Risk: an astounding and terrifying book about the experts who fill the ra...
Tags: Reviews, Expertise, Post, Books, Gift Guide, News, Oregon, US, Washington State, Michael Lewis, Exxon, Trumpism, Trump, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration, Lewis, Columbia River


Is this the “Expertise Economy?”

On the second night of #HRTechConf in Las Vegas, I stumbled into a happy hour co-hosted by Degreed and Bridge. These are both learning platforms. I know people come here for recruiting and sourcing deals mostly, and we cover that mostly — but this was an interesting discussion that I think needs to get out […]
Tags: Expertise, Featured, News, Learning, Recruiting, Las Vegas, Hiring, Branding, Blog Posts, Sourcing, Internal Promotion


Transparency – All Cards Face-Up

Guest post by Paul Sean Hill Creating and leading high-performing teams in any setting requires a high-trust environment.  A critical component in creating and keeping that trust is complete transparency across the team.  Having seen the empowering effect of this … Continue reading →
Tags: Expertise, Transparency, Leadership, Trust, Culture, Truth, Responsibility, Paul Sean Hill


Ad Agency Prospects are Looking for Expertise 

Agencies fail to realize the importance prospects place on having a knowledge of their industry and a positioning of expertise. Small to midsize agencies continue to promote themselves as full service, even though it’s rare for an agency to have a full service client. They use “full service” to broaden their appeal to most prospects. But these old adages are true, “a jack of all trades is master of none” and “when you try to appeal to everyone, you appeal to none.”  Isn’t it time to drop ...
Tags: Expertise, Business, UK, London, CMO, Content Marketing, Canada, Tracy, Mcdonalds, Nascar, Ogilvy, Brad, Dallas Texas, Mirren, Michael Gass, New Business Tips


Do What You Do

Anytime you step outside of your area of expertise, you risk falling down. You will be operating in a space where people know more than you and where they are smarter and better suited to do something than you are. My saga of wisdom, gained at the expense of my bank account, started when I was at a seminar selling SEO products for a well-known motivational personality. He believed the financial crisis was not really over. As part of this talk, he told people that the financial system as we know ...
Tags: Expertise, Business, Hollywood, Texas, Featured, Careers, Success, Gold, Wyoming, Arizona, Michael Jordan, Portland, Life Lessons, Marriott, Michigan, South Pacific


Practice Makes Perfect

A year or so ago I was at a wedding, and a very successful doctor started talking to me. I was very impressed with this doctor and already knew of him through several people before our meeting. He was involved in some fascinating and cutting-edge research I found quite interesting. I love meeting people who are passionate about their careers because they give off so much energy. People who achieve amazing and significant success in any profession always have a lot of passion for what they do....
Tags: Expertise, Florida, Featured, Learning, Education, Happiness, Careers, Los Angeles, Success, Harvard, United States, Yale, Arizona, Life Lessons, Automotive Industry, Practice


A Fresh Look at How to Market Your Ad Agency for New Business

Stop selling your services, that’s not what prospects are buying. Agency business development programs are too often sales focused. They’re built around outbound, interruptive sales tactics designed to start engagements with prospective clients. The prospects have little, if any, awareness of the agency or how they’re different from their competitors. Success in “selling the agency” is proving to be extremely difficult. And when business development isn’t successful, they think the sensibl...
Tags: Expertise, Business, Marketing, Selling, Don, Michael Gass, Ad Agency New Business, Agency Positioning, Positioning, Agency Promotion, Association of National Advertisers ANA Fortune, Agency New Business With Content Marketing


The Four Keys to Effective Practice

Practice is an important factor in mastering any skill. You want the hours you put in to be as effective as possible so you can improve steadily. Here are four keys to making sure your practice is effective.Read more...
Tags: Productivity, Expertise, Learning, Skills, Practice, life-hacks


What Research Says About the Relationship Between Practice and Expertise

Some people are dramatically better at activities like sports, music and chess than other people. Take the basketball great Stephen Curry. This past season, breaking the record he set last year by over 40 percent, Curry made an astonishing 402 three-point shots–126 more than his closest challenger.Read more...
Tags: Expertise, Republished, Science, Genetics, Practice, Genius, Malcolm Gladwell, Curry, Stephen Curry, life-hacks


How to Communicate with Creatives

At Ethos3, our staff consists of a varied community of creative beings. Some of us write. Some of us design. Some of us develop creative approaches to solving administrative processes daily. The way we interact with each other and the way we interact with clients can range drastically as a result of our creative leanings. According to psychologists Guillaume Furst, Paolo Ghisletta, and Todd Lubart, the personalities of creative individuals encompass various factors. For one, creative people are ...
Tags: Expertise, Creative, Passion, Speaking, Creatives, Presentation Hacks, Todd Lubart


Are Insiders or Outsiders Better Innovators? [Research Report]

A new study looks at the different ways that industry experts innovate when compared to those from other field. Continue reading →
Tags: Expertise, Uncategorized, Research, Challenges, Report, Innovation, Talent, Open Innovation, Processes & Tools


The Collision of Expertise and Content Marketing

Content marketing is a great vehicle to attract attention especially if you are a SMB owner with half way decent writing skills. Yet sometimes it has the potential of creating a collision between your expertise and your message or content. Credit www.gratisography.com Yesterday I wrote a posting for LinkedIn Pulse and for the first time (after 52 submitted articles), someone suggested I was using my expertise as an infomercial.  I must say I was taken aback by what I perceived as a negative o...
Tags: Expertise, Marketing, Content Marketing, LinkedIn Pulse, Freya, Quality Content Marketing


The 4 Rituals That Will Make You an Expert at Anything

We hear a lot about “10,000 hours” being what it takes to become an expert. But the majority of people totally misunderstand the idea. So I decided to go to the source and talk to the guy who actually created the theory. Anders Ericsson is a professor of psychology at Florida State University. His wonderful…
Tags: Psychology, Expertise, Uncategorized, Florida State University, Expert, Anders Ericsson


How to create successful Change Leadership

Guest post by Braden Kelley Change efforts are an expedition, a sometimes perilous journey that must be collaborative. And in our ‘always-on’ society, where the pace of change has accelerated to a point where we as humans can barely cope, … Continue reading →
Tags: Expertise, Leadership, Success, Change, Winning, Influence, Team Building, Momentum, Braden Kelley, Credibility


3 Ways Your Experience Can Help You Sell Your Services

One of my favorite sayings, often repeated by my granny, was that she didn’t get gray hair lazing around in the sun. It was mostly directed at my dad whenever he tried to trick her into believing something. I’ve been at the receiving end a couple of times, too. What it basically means is this: one doesn’t reach a ripe old age without gaining some kind of experience. Experience is a wonderful thing; you gain it in happy as well as sad times. You gain it as an employee or an entrepreneur. You gai...
Tags: Google, Expertise, Youtube, Marketing Strategy, StumbleUpon, Hitachi, Thought Leadership, Digital Marketing, Content Ideas, Tim Ferriss, Helen, Neil, Neil Patel, Audience Engagement, Life Experience, Helen Sanders


Don't Just Try Harder When Practicing a Skill, Try Different

The more you do something, the better you are at it, right? Not exactly. If you’re practicing a skill, but you’re never doing anything differently, you’re not going to get better.Read more...
Tags: Work, Expertise, Skills, Practice


How to Optimize Your Team Structure for Social Media Success

The many paths to achieving strong social media game are unique for every client. When we’re onboarding new clients, one of the most important questions we ask them is how they are structured and what their approval process is. This gives us valuable insight into how the client functions internally and which key stakeholders our work will reach before it goes live. Let’s take a quick look at how your client’s department is structured and how it can impact your path to social media fortune and...
Tags: Expertise, Social Media, How To, Social Media Agency, Social Media Tools, Social Media Strategy, Ignite Social Media, Optimize, Social Media Jobs, #ClientSuccess, 2016 Social Media, Social Media Game, Social Media Marketing Success, Structuring department, Team Structure, Autonomy Squad This client