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2017’s six best business blogs (so far)

There’s no trophy or awards banquet for making it on my list of the best blogs, at least not for the writers. However, for you, readers, there are definite gains for reading these thought-provoking business blogs.
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Hurricane Irma’s aftermath: Opportunistic sales tactics

The morale of the story is this: how you conduct your business in the worst of times dictates how I (and many others) will spend our money in the best of times. Here's what I learned in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
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Making Decisions: When and how to move a team toward action

Many managers are far more adept at “making decisions” than they are at implementing change, and in fact, often confuse the two, thinking their managerial responsibility ends with making a statement of intent.
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And the survey says… what Millennials think about their companies, managers

Research shows that only one in five Millennials say they are “satisfied” at work. The polled group included 7,806 global interviews with college graduates born after January 1983 who now have fulltime employment. Get the rest here.
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The surprising way you might connect with scammers: LinkedIn

Even if you’re a guard dog about your online social media privacy, there’s one place you might have overlooked.
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Time is running out! Archive your business’s videos now

VHS tapes will soon become unreadable. Check out ways to make sure your business's videos don't disappear!
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Four ways to tip business (or personal) negotiations in your favor

You make concessions and/or prevail in small ways or debates every day and are probably pretty good at communicating your needs or value to colleagues… more...
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How to Better Manage Your Manager

An “open door policy” means a manager enjoys and is available for discussion with staff about what they are doing, or what company resources might… more...
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Five ways to avoid being held hostage in staff meetings

“A voice says, ‘If I can raise a minor matter, Mr. Chairman …’ and with a horrible wooden feeling in your stomach you know, now,… more...
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