Product/Program Promotion: Problems & Profits - Launching Lessons Learned Interview Dr. Venus Opal Reese Live Event Launch

Stephanie LH Calahan

  You are ready to get your promotion "out there." Introducing Product/Program Promotion: Problems and Profits -- Launching Lessons Learned.    Occasionally, I'll interview industry experts and ask them about their product or program launches.    Before I get into the interview, let me tell you a little about this amazing woman.    What event were you promoting?

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Product/Program Promotion Problems and Profits -- Launching Lessons Learned Expert Interview

Stephanie LH Calahan

  You are ready to get your promotion "out there." Introducing Product/Program Promotion: Problems and Profits -- Launching Lessons Learned.    I'm interviewing various industry experts and asking them about their product or program launches.    What were you promoting (book, program, teleseminar, etc.)?   What did you do that went well in your launch promotion?

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What questions should assistants ask at an interview?

Practically Perfect PA

So you’ve bagged a job interview, you’ve picked your outfit, you’ve researched the company and planned a few answers. You think you’ve done well and might just have got the job when the interviewer says to you… ‘do you have any questions?’… When I go for a job interview I make sure that every aspect of the job has been covered. The post What questions should assistants ask at an interview?

How to Run a Blog-Based Promotion | Internet Marketing Promotion.

Andrea Kalli

When you are piecing together your blog promotion strategy, incorporate social media platforms that allow a message to spread quickly. If your message can be summarized in 140 characters, make it a promotion that works effectively on Twitter. Running a great blog-based promotion is not just about attracting other bloggers, but about supporting your blog message with other promotional outlets. The kiss of death for any promotion is complexity.

Passed Over for a Promotion: How to Deal

Eat Your Career

In a nutshell, her situation was this: After interviewing for almost six months, she thought it as a “sure thing” that she’d be offered a new position in her department. career advice career planning mindset promotionsOn a recent free coaching call , I heard from a loyal blog reader who was feeling distraught. Then, as if from nowhere, an external candidate was selected for the role.

Interview questions and answers for assistants part 5

Practically Perfect PA

I’ve written four blog posts on interview questions specific to PAs, EAs and Administrative Assistants and they are all extremely popular so I thought I’d add another ten questions that I have been asked at various interviews over the years and my answers. This time I will focus on two specific interview questions – career development and scenario based questions. Setting that goal not only meant I received a promotion but I picked up many new skills along the way.”

How to Run a Blog-Based Promotion

Andrea Kalli

When you are piecing together your blog promotion strategy, incorporate social media platforms that allow a message to spread quickly. If your message can be summarized in 140 characters, make it a promotion that works effectively on Twitter. Running a great blog-based promotion is not just about attracting other bloggers, but about supporting your blog message with other promotional outlets. The kiss of death for any promotion is complexity.

Interview with David Hauser, Author of Unstoppable

Daily Writing Tips

Over the coming months we will publish interviews with book authors, focusing on the process of actually writing the book, launching and promoting it. I had a ghost writer that worked with 100+ hours of interviews after spending at least 50 hours in meetings during the outlining stage.

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5 Interview Mistakes That Can Get In The Way of Your Dream Job

Dumb Little Man

Being called in for that exciting first job interview causes a whirlwind of emotions — excitement, nervousness, and fear. The first impression is the only impression that matters on this interview, so what should you avoid? So, let’s see how to be that person by avoiding mistakes most people do on interviews. Although we all use them on casual occasions, there’s no room for filler words in interviews. See Also: How to Ace Your Job Interview.

2018 165

Interview Questions and Answers for PAs, EAs and Administrators

Practically Perfect PA

Over the last few years I’ve changed employers a number of times and so have had to face quite a few interviews. I went for one interview at a global accountancy firm and had a full-time permanent role as a team administrator straight away. So what happens when you do land that all important first interview? I’ve always found the best way to prepare for an interview is to think about the subjects you will cover. Filed under: Interviews.

Tips for Optimizing and Promoting Video Marketing Material for.

Andrea Kalli

Today, videos are fast becoming the standard medium for promoting products as well as publishing press releases, interviews, music, and so much more. While this may be more expensive than other video promotion methods, it will give you the edge you need when it comes to getting content published, promoted, and viewed as quickly as possible after a major newsworthy event. Tips for Optimizing and Promoting Video Marketing Material for Maximum Effectiveness Rating 3.00

Launching Lessons Learned Interview: Cena Block

Stephanie LH Calahan

  Today, I'll share another Product/Program Promotion: Problems and Profits -- Launching Lessons Learned.    Keep reading for my interview with Cena Block -- the Mom-Preneur Clarity.   What were you promoting? I used a free teleseminar to promote my 5-week Group Coaching Program: AWAKE: Manage Your Time To Love Your Life! What did you do that went well in your launch promotion? I am now promoting the solo/mompreneur’s Plan-a-paloozah! 

Interview Part 1 With Paula Renaye

Simple Productivity Blog

I am thrilled today to publish an interview I had with Paula Renaye, author of The Hardline Self Help Handbook: What Are You Willing to Do to Get What You Really Want? She is currently on a virtual book tour to promote the book. This interview has been split into two posts, both published today, to make the reading a bit easier. The second part of the interview can be found at Part 2. Interview with Paula Renaye, Part 1.

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Launching Lessons Learned Interview: Cena Block

Stephanie LH Calahan

  Today, I'll share another Product/Program Promotion: Problems and Profits -- Launching Lessons Learned.    Keep reading for my interview with Cena Block -- the Mom-Preneur Clarity.   What were you promoting? I used a free teleseminar to promote my 5-week Group Coaching Program: AWAKE: Manage Your Time To Love Your Life! What did you do that went well in your launch promotion? I am now promoting the solo/mompreneur’s Plan-a-paloozah! 

What You Need to Know Now About Remote Interviews

45 Things

I've given advice in the past about being a good detective when you're interviewing for a job. How will opportunities for promotions be given?

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Interview Part 2 with Paula Renaye

Simple Productivity Blog

I am thrilled today to publish an interview I had with Paula Renaye, author of The Hardline Self Help Handbook: What Are You Willing to Do to Get What You Really Want? This interview has been split into two posts, both published today, to make the reading a bit easier. The first part can be found at Interview Part 1. This interview is part of the virtual book tour she is doing with The Hardline Self Help Handbook. Interview with Paula Renaye, Part 2.

2011 152

How to Organize Business Cards & Networking Conversations - Interview & Giveaway @ContactKeeper

Stephanie LH Calahan

We can’t have an interview here and not talk about productivity! You can strengthen your brand or promote your event by adding your logo to the cover of any Contact Keeper product. When you attend tradeshows or networking meetings, do you later experience the business card pile up? Do you have great conversations and then get back to your office and either forget action steps or details from the conversation?

Could That Promotion Be a Career-Killer?

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Thursday, August 26, 2010 Could That Promotion Be a Career-Killer? Ive worked with plenty of great reporters who were promoted to leadership positions. For my latest Gannett/USAToday.com column, I explored what happens when internal promotions go off the tracks. So they consider (him or her) for a promotion," he says.

How to Make Any Job Interview Pay Off

45 Things

It can be frustrating when you interview for a job and then aren''t offered the position. That''s because you can always learn from every interview, and taking the time after meeting with a hiring manager to sort of "debrief" yourself can provide valuable insight so that the next interview could be the one to nab you a job. After every interview, take the time to think about: What kind of questions were asked? Did the interviewer focus on past jobs?

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Could Changing Your Appearance Get You a Job or Promotion?

45 Things

So, it's critical that you make sure you're on the right track when going for an interview or while at work. Jessup, director of Platform Strategy , says both men and women must realize that what they see in magazines or fashion runways shouldn't be completely copied and then strutted around at work or in a job interview. Ruettimann says that's true of many job interviewers. But just understand that a brow lift isn't going to get you a promotion," Ruettimann says.

Tracking How to Get It All Done & Avoid Information Overload-Interview With @Springpad CEO @jeffjaner

Stephanie LH Calahan

On occasion, we have also created blog-related promotions to feature our partners and engage their readers (e.g.     We can’t have an interview here and not talk about productivity!  Information Overload is a topic that comes up frequently when I talk with people about what holds their productivity back. Many people have become "information junkies" collecting all kinds of information but not having it in a format that makes it usable. 

2011 181

Interview Question and Answer Series: #4 Questions YOU can ask in the interview

Laughing all the Way to Work

So many people recommend asking questions at an interview. A good interview is one that turns into a conversation, with them asking questions of you, but with you also asking questions of them. You can either write some questions down as the interview proceeds and ask them at the end of the interview or you can ask them after you have answered their question. You need to play it by ear in the interview. What are some of the questions you can ask?

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Unleash Your Confidence – Vlad Dolezal Interview

Brilliantly Better

So, instead of writing a review of the guide, I chose to do something different: an interview with the guy behind the guide. Wow, what a coincidence that you happen to ask this question when interviewing me specifically! Yeap, I also have a link for you (which is an affiliate link, if you wonder, meaning I trust this guy not only to promote his products, but to make some money out of it too).

Tiny Buddha – The Book, Interview with Lori Deschene

Brilliantly Better

And now I have the honor to introduce you to the same person, by the means of an interview. The reason behind this interview is the launch of the book. So, without any further ado, I will give you now Lori Deschene (look for the end of the interview, though, because there is also a giveaway ). To get it from Amazon, just click on it (no affiliate links, so there’s nothing for me in this, I’m promoting it just because I really like it).

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Demonstrating Emotional Intelligence Important in a Job Interview

45 Things

Colin Haupt, PURE’s vice president of human resources, says the company’s focus on emotional intelligence when making hires helps develop employees who become “promoters” of the company – and the proof can be found in the bottom line. To find out whether applicants have such qualities, Haupt says some questions asked during an interview can include: Give me an example of a time when you had to use creativity or imagination to come up with a solution to a customer’s issue.

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Paid To Exist: Interview With Jonathan Mead – The Illuminated Mind

Brilliantly Better

There were a few bumps on the road, as expected, but I finally managed to arrange for an exclusive interview with Jonathan. Yeap, an exclusive interview with Jonathan Meads, how about that? Thanks again to Jonathan for this lovely interview and as for you guys, please feel free to leave a comment before you jump to Jonathan’s site. You did a great interview with Jonathan.

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Interview with Rob Siefker of Zappos – Part 4 of 4

Service Untitled

This is the fourth and final part of my interview with Rob Siefker, the Director of the Customer Loyatly Team at Zappos. You can read part one of the interview here , part two here , and part three here. Constantly you should be having interactions and it should just be a never–ending process of learning and growing and getting better and building relationships and having interactions, and that’s the type of environment we want to promote.

Interview with Rob Siefker of Zappos – Part 3 of 4

Service Untitled

This is the second of a four part interview with Rob Siefker, the Director of the Customer Loyatly Team at Zappos. In this part of the interview, Rob talks more about the service metrics that Zappos tracks, how the company empowers its Customer Loyalty Team Members (and has avoided bureaucracy), how escalations to managers work at the company, how the Zappos compensates its employees, and the extensive continuing education programs employees have access to at Zappos and how they work.

Interview with Rob Siefker of Zappos – Part 1 of 4

Service Untitled

After interviewing Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and seeing the company’s HQ outside of Las Vegas , I knew I wanted to learn more about the nuts and bolts and day-to-day operations of Zappos. In part one of this four part interview, Rob talks about what he does at Zappos, how the company handles operating 24/7, what the training process is like for Zappos employees, and how the company makes the most out of cross-training its employees.

Service Untitled» Blog Archive » Interview with Doria Camaraza.

Service Untitled

Home About Service Untitled Subscribe for Free Consulting Contact Archives Interview with Doria Camaraza from American Express – Part 2 of 4 Douglas September 03, 2010 Behind the Scenes , Culture , Customer Satisfaction , Employees , Interviews , Little Things, Big Differences , Specific Companies , Surveys No Comments This is part two of a four part interview with Doria Camaraza, the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Fort Lauderdale Service Center for American Express.

Service Untitled» Blog Archive » Interview with Doria Camaraza.

Service Untitled

Home About Service Untitled Subscribe for Free Consulting Contact Archives Interview with Doria Camaraza from American Express – Part 1 of 4 Douglas August 26, 2010 Behind the Scenes , Customer Service Experience , Hiring & Training , Interviews , Specific Companies No Comments About two weeks ago, I interviewed Doria Camaraza, who is is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Fort Lauderdale Service Center for American Express. Interview?

How to use your personal brand to get the right job

Practically Perfect PA

Use your opening statement to promote your personal brand from the outset. During the interview is your time to shine. It will also allow you to remain focused during the interview as you will be able to relate each question back to your key attributes. Remember that first impressions count so if you are selling yourself as someone who is organised it is important that you turn up to the interview on time and prepared.

2015 197

How to Make Smart Career Decisions

Eat Your Career

Wondering if you should take that promotion or explore opportunities at other companies? In my most recent interview on Fox 31 Denver’s Good Day Colorado , I shared specific steps to help ensure your next career decision is a good one. Video career advice career change decisions interview Considering a new job? A new career? Whatever career decision you’re facing, you certainly want to be smart about it. That’s where I come in!

2014 150

10 questions to ask a recruitment agent

Practically Perfect PA

How do you select the candidates that go forward for job interviews? I have spent my hours chasing recruitment agents for example to find out if my CV was forwarded, if there was any feedback following an interview and if I actually got the job. The agent will have spoken to your potential employer about you and your work experience so it is worthwhile finding out what they said to the organisation and what skills they have promoted on your behalf.

2014 172

Day in the life: Donna Lindsay

Practically Perfect PA

I work in a very social team and once a month we go out for lunch which promotes great team building. A day in the life interviews with Personal Assistants PA Perspective admin administrators assistants EA Executive Assistant Office manager PA Personal AssistantToday’s Day in the life is with Donna Lindsay, who is a PA with the Scottish Government.

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Elite Women Around the World – Make a Difference

Make or Break Moments

2010 116

8 Reasons Why You Should Work for a Tough Boss

ProAssisting Blog

A tough boss also has a reputation within their industry outside of the company and that too can help you when interviewing at a competitor. Lastly, if you can thrive when working for a tough and demanding boss, when it does come time to either move on or be promoted, usually that tough boss turns out to be your biggest supporter. Home Blog About Us Who we are About the Program Program Specifics Execs, HR Depts.

2010 907

Quitting and Job Hopping and Coaching, Oh My!

Eat Your Career

Workbooks Stress Management Workbook Time Management Magic Reinvent Your Career Workbook More Tasty Goodness Career Management Consulting Job Interview Coaching Resume Revision Group Training & Public Speaking Eat My WHAT?! Written on August 12, 2010 by Chrissy Scivicque in Career , Video A few weeks ago, I did an interview with one of my favorite bloggers, Alexandra Franzen of Unicorns for Socialism.

2010 109

5 Things You Should Know About a Company Before You Accept Their Offer

Productivity Bits

Does it typically promote people from within the company to fill open positions, or does it look to outside talent? Personal Development accepting a job offer dissect a job offer employment questions things to ask during job interview things to consider before accepting a job offerCopyright © 2011 Productivity Bits. Visit the original article at [link]. Guest Post. Y ou’ve just received a phone call offering you a job.

2011 126

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: 4 Ways to Say "No" at Work

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Tuesday, August 10, 2010 4 Ways to Say "No" at Work Often the most difficult word in the English language is "no." Many of us hate hearing it (especially when it goes with "No.you arent getting the promotion") but its just as difficult for many of us to say it.

2010 75

10 Signs That Your Company Is In Urgent Need Of An ATS Right Now!

Recruit CRM

In order for you to land a job in a great company, you need to know how you can beat an ATS so that you actually get called for an interview. What it allows the hiring team to do is easily accept all the interview requests and provide feedback on the candidates they are interviewing.

2020 74

How To Get Featured As A Guest On Podcasts To Build Your Brand

Dumb Little Man

So, wouldn’t it be great if there was a way that you could leverage someone else’s audience to promote your brand? What other strategy sounds better than being interviewed by podcasters with a wide audience already interested in your niche?

2021 162

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: Treating Job Candidates Badly: Why.

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Thursday, July 29, 2010 Treating Job Candidates Badly: Why It May Come Back to Haunt Employers Everyone has a bad interview story. Three years ago, Holly Meadows Baird, an interior designer, interviewed for a job where the hiring manager introduced her to the “girls” in the company. “I

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