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    Employee Performance Reviews: Do Your Employees Have Temporal or Seasonal Issues?

    James Nagy - 2976 Article rating: No rating

    As a consultant, I often get asked to take part in employee reviews. When a consultant has been working with a company for a period of time, it’s often considered to be a good opportunity for a set of third party eyes to evaluate employee performance. From this perspective, you’ll get good, honest and unbiased feedback. What I gather from participating in so many employee performance reviews is that many employees fall into a category of having either temporal or seasonal issues.

    3 Free Places to Find Background Music for Video Content Marketing

    James Nagy - 3134 Article rating: No rating

    Video content is huge and it’s continuing to rise in popularity. Not all video content is someone sitting in front of the screen and giving an interview. Often times the content is varied, creative, and in need of background music. This is where it can get a little tricky. It can be hard to find background music that is good quality and licensed as either creative commons or public domain.

    Preview of SEMA 2017: Can’t Miss Items

    James Nagy - 2315 Article rating: No rating

    This year the annual SEMA Show kicks off in Las Vegas on October 31st and runs through November 3rd.  In the aftermarket car world, this is one of the biggest shows there is. The four day showcase will present finished products from some of the most talented manufacturers, automotive engineers, and designers from around the entire world. The show itself is open to traders, and not the public, but the list of cars that are rolled out every year are sincerely impressive.

    The Role of Business Development Manager in an Organization

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    ​We continually try to illustrate that, when working as a consultant, there are a variety of necessary skills needed to be successful. If you want to be a consultant, you have to be able to wear multiple hats and fill multiple roles within an organization. If you’re not sure how to fill that new role, you have to figure out the best approach and the skills needed. The role of a business development manager in an organization is an imperative one. When working as a business development manager, your job is to identify sales leads, pitch goods or services to new clients and maintain a good working relationship with new contacts.

    Business Relationship Managers are a Must Have

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    ​No matter what kind of business you have, the relationship between the business and the client is number one. Without clients and customers, your business wouldn’t exist.  As a consultant, you come into organizations taking on a variety of roles. Sometimes you are selling services, sometimes you’re a project manager, and sometimes you’re adding a technical touch. The job of a business relationship manager is an extremely important one. If you head into an organization that is hurting in their relationship with clients, you have to go in and wear that hat.


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