• Posts Tagged ‘business’

    3 Keys to Effective Communication in Global Business

    by  • October 10, 2012 • Diversity & Communication • 0 Comments

    Originally published on the Chamber of Commerce website. Is your business expanding internationally? You’ve probably heard the term globalization in the news lately, as business leaders stress the importance of global markets for domestic companies. Especially for small to medium enterprises, the ability to tap international markets for revenue could be the essential step...

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    Online Impression Management – Is your personal brand hurting your chances of being hired?

    by  • September 25, 2012 • Branding • 0 Comments

    In recent years, the concept of controlling your personal brand has grown considerably, especially since so much personal information can be found online. The development of databases, personal blogs, and social media websites make it harder and harder for people to keep personal information to themselves. If you aren’t familiar with the concept of...

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    Cultural awareness: Accents affect professional credibility and communication – even if you don’t have one

    by  • June 28, 2012 • Diversity & Communication, Featured • 2 Comments

      “I speak with an accent or know someone who speaks with an accent.” If you live in North America, there’s a good chance this statement resonates with you. But does an accent really affect professional credibility and the ability to communicate effectively? All signs point to yes. For most North Americans and many...

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    Audible Name Tags – a new tool for diversity in business

    by  • January 6, 2012 • Diversity & Communication, Names • 0 Comments

    Diversity is essential in business Like we haven’t heard that a million times. However, diversity IS essential for most businesses today, and a necessity for survival. Whether your company has thousands of employees or just a few individuals, diversity plays an important role in the actions and decisions your business makes. Once an underfunded...

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