Running a small business is always connected with extensive email communication, which include—on the sender side—mainly distributing offers and strict business-to-business dealings. The question is how to make electronic correspondence interesting enough to be read by a potential customer or business partner. Here are a few tips.
As leaders, voicing your ideas, problems, and concerns to a group of trusted peers offers perspectives you could not otherwise access. Belonging to a trusted peer group or a board of advisors opens up a variety of benefits.
These steps can help fine tune your presentations if you haven’t already incorporated them into your style. They’re not major innovations but a reminder of the basics you can add or revisit in your next set of presentations.
As leaders, we all understand the undeniable power of communication. While it’s important to build a culture of communication within your business, it’s equally important to understand its limitations, and when it can actually start to work against us. This is what it means to be an effective communicator.
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