Pitching your idea or story, and the 20 second rule

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In a post I wrote about the gamification of warehouse management, I had made reference to the 20 second rule in terms of the framework for my interview with an industry executive. Whenever I do an interview I always look to gain an understanding of the subject matter that, as quickly as possible, can be … Continue reading

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The Future of You: Creating Your Enduring Brand Webinar on Udemy by Roz Usheroff

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A step-by-step process for creating your enduring brand and your bigger future. According to Forbes Magazine developing your personal brand is no longer an option! But what is a personal brand? The Future of You! has the answers that leads you to create an enduring brand that positions you to succeed. “Whether you’re on the … Continue reading

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Women in Business Series: Persuasion, Influence and Authenticity – Are Women More Genuine Than Men?

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Editor’s Note: The following is a reprint of a post from Roz Usheroff’s The Remarkable Leader blog.  Given your response to my post Gender issues in buyer-seller relationships: does gender matter in purchasing?, I thought that you might find this to be an interesting read. In his book titled “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion” Dr. Robert … Continue reading

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What can we learn from Radar O’Reilly to get more followers?

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NOTE: The following post originally appeared in Roz Usheroff’s Remarkable Leaders Blog under the title “How do you get people to follow you?.” “Lieutenant . . . you’ll know you’re a good leader when people follow you if only out of curiosity!” A Sergeant’s comment about leadership to then Lieutenant Colin Powell When Colin Powell was … Continue reading

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Life is no longer sweet in the executive suite and its impact on your career (Part 1 of 2)

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Okay I admit it that when for example JPMorgan Chase fired Ina Drew (the bank’s chief investment officer) because of massive trading losses, I did not shed a tear for the high powered executive.  After all, we are all to varying degrees sick and tired of the abject greed of many of these power brokers.  … Continue reading

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Personal Branding and Leadership expert Roz Usheroff shares meaningful insights into creating an effective social network profile . . . starting with your picture

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From time to time I will encounter a great article or post by a leading industry expert that bears sharing with you as it provides meaningful insight into an important issue or, provides essential advice that can help you to better leverage social networking and media to your business or career advantage. The following is … Continue reading

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Are you ready for your close-up? Your Virtual Stage Presence with Roz Usheroff

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NOTE: In the world of business, our means of communicating have moved from the physical to the virtual realms, yet the need to make a real connection with our audience or collaborative partner is still critical.  So how do we establish this seemingly impossible personal rapport when we are hundreds if not thousands of miles … Continue reading

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As Elmer Fudd likes to say “BE VE-W-W-WY, VE-W-W-WY CAREFUL” when making social networking connections

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Note: In this post from the new Remarkable Leader Blog, Roz Usheroff talks about why it is important to be careful when making a connection on the Internet, especially when it comes to your company and business. Seriously, think carefully about who you invite to connect with you, who you link with, and who you … Continue reading

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While companies are focusing on potential security risks associated with mobile e-mail access there is a much greater issue . . . proper business protocol

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NOTE: The following post is from today’s Remarkable Leader Blog by Roz Usheroff. Email is valuable, if only because so many of us have the habit of being indiscrete both in form and style. Rather than letting corporate secrets out the bag, I suspect that email management and security is more to do with ensuring … Continue reading

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Does your office have a Creed Bratton? Ours Does!

The following post is from the new The Remarkable Leader Blog by renown Leadership, Image, Etiquette and Branding Specialist Roz Usheroff. “Creed Bratton has a very dark side to him. His resourcefulness and duplicity are his defining traits along with his at times bizarre behavior and ignorance of the modern world. In the episode “Take Your Daughter … Continue reading

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