So many things to talk about in regards to experiences. These are great talking points to establish small talk, too. In today’s podcast, you’re going to get a variety of verbs, adjectives, and hear my story-telling along with it! This is only Round I. Oh, and be sure to follow me on IG for the challenge!
Here’s the follow-up to the previous Business English Podcast! Two video segments that need to be had and talked about. See, leadership in general is hard to come by, but it’s necessary qualities not only in managers and bosses but also with employees in general. Let’s break down two situations!
In order to have a good view or the organization’s performance, you need to look at different areas of your business (or business in general) that affect each other.
Finance, customers, internal processes, and learning and growth are all part of it. If one suffers, all suffer. Here are a number of stories and questions you need to ask yourself in terms of profitability.
Do you set boundaries? Do you know how to just say “no?” When people approach you at work, do they offload their problems, schedules, and things into your schedule, causing more overload and overwhelm? From aggression, to making them feel bad because they did something in the past for you — and I’m here to say loyalty comes with an expiration date. In today’s podcast, I break EVERYTHING down that you will hear, things that are good, and another two-part series will be debuting!
Although some of them weren’t the best, in today’s podcast, I break down the different types of influencing tactics that you can use when managing up, sideways, or down. I also provide some really good insight into “putting yourself in their shoes.”
Whether it’s in the workplace, which I explain in detail; or at home. Developing influence doesn’t necessarily mean you need to become a leader. It actually means you developing your intention with others. Today’s podcast is about questions that you can journal and understand how you can win and influence people.
When it comes to the decision making process and holding meetings, there’s a set agenda for you to follow. In this agenda will be objectives, priorities, data analysis, alternatives, pros + cons, and making the final decision. However, how can you open up sentences in these six categories? In today’s episode, I’ll give you a dozen ways to do so, along with hearing a completely discombobulated (confusing) meeting with constant interruptions.
Business presentations that involve data analysis are like emails — it contains the same type of language, verbs, and you would have to throw in some complex vocabulary to describe trends and other language, too.
In today’s podcast, you’re going to hear me presenting slides, then a recording of someone else giving a presentation.
Also, choose the best summary down below.
- The presenter is explaining why sales have declined.
- The presenter is explaining why reduced net profit is a risk for the company.
- The presenter outlines the risks of rising level of inventory.
In today’s podcast, we’re going to break down some agree/disagree questions, as well as listen to a podcast about decision-making in business.
So many entrepreneurs out there pumping out toxicity and expecting immediate results. And if you don’t get immediate results, you should quit. NO! It’s about the LONG GAME!