Posted on November 17, 2006 by Kathryn Regina.
We all like to think that our achievements or failures are based on merit. But in the real world we know that people respond to a wide range of factors when making a decision (just think of the book Blink).
It begs the question: How much of our success is precipitated by our race, gender, or physical wellness? In this Washington Post article, two black entrepreneurs, Antwanye Ford and Andre Rogers, founders of technology consulting firm Enlightened Inc., “struggle with whether or not the company should promote that it is owned and run by two black men.”
November 17, 2006 in award winning design, award winning newsletter, Brand enhancement, Building B2B Relationships, Business editorial, CMO, Company publication, Corporate Blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack
What does it take to be a great speaker?
Posted on November 02, 2006 by Sarah Eaton.
If you don't know, you should definitely read my interview with Kristin Arnold, a certified speaking professional (CSP) who sits on the board of the National Speaking Association. She will enlighten you.
November 2, 2006 in audio publication, award winning design, Blog Outsourcing, Brand enhancement, build credibility, Building Customer Community, bulk email marketing, business magazine, Business publications, Business relationships, company magazine, company newsletter sample, Company newsletters, corporate magazine, Corporate publications, create a newsletter | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack