The last month of the year is a perfect time to analyze the details that make us successful as people not just technicians. Over the scope of a years' time, we often get lost in the big picture of whatever work tasks we have been involved in. We forget the road to success is also dependent on attending to the details of how we communicate, how we present ourselves visually and whether we take time to maximize each interaction and impression in both business and social situations.
This month's eZine asks you to take a critical look at you. The Q and A focuses on your emails, and also on how and when to present a business card when the function is more social than business. The development challenge will test your knowledge of attire categories. This can be especially helpful when business occasions turn from social to formal, as they do this time of year. The article has 10 key tips for maximizing the impression you leave. And the resources will point you to additional considerations on analyzing your behaviors to create more success.
You don't have to wait for a new year to be a new you. It can start now. The tips in this month's issue will have you coasting into 2018 confidently and competently.
Check out the 37th episode of Your Inivisble Toolbox where we discuss using body language to your advantage. Enjoy!
Insight on Business Podcast with Maureen Berger, Trainer for Tero.
We answer two questions about professional emails and business cards.
by Deborah Rinner, Vice President and Chief Learning Officer of Tero International
Your Invisible Toolbox is a must-read for anyone who looks to excel in their personal and professional relationships.
Insight on Business Podcast with Kyle Plummer, Director of Marketing for Tero.
by Rachel Trainum, Marketing And Communications Specialist, Tero International
We're excited to welcome Ben as a new Training Consultant! Click the image above to meet Ben.
by Richard St. John
by Meredith Lepore
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Learn more about a new program developed by Dan Winters, Award-Winning News Anchor and Tero Consultant.