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I've heard other businesses say angry clients can be so difficult, many won't even bother to deal with them. I'm talking about the nasty, abusive, annoying son-of-a-gun you just want to strangle.

Of the many jobs I have worked over the years, there have been only a handful in which I actually didn't mind going to work and my productivity was great.

People’s negotiation styles vary based on the circumstances involved. Some business negotiations are a mix of competitive and collaborative approaches.

Small businesses are the backbone of the U.S. economy. They account for 65 percent of the new jobs created in […]

Being physically present in your event attendance, and social networking has not gone out of style. Often, online and offline networking tactics should be combined for the best levels of professional success.

Do you find yourself going to business meetings without any results? It can be frustrating to go to a meeting and get nothing accomplished. A company waste valuable time and money in conducting business meetings that do not get any results. Here are 11 suggestions on how to get the most out of your business gatherings.

A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. —John Maxwell

How do we build mutual business negotiations? Is it even possible to close a deal that is beneficial for all parties involved? Surprisingly, yes it is.

It is very difficult for an employee to get along with all of their co-workers. Usually there is somebody who can give us a difficult time and make our jobs difficult. Whenever somebody doesn’t do their job or comes in late or is hard to please it can make things challenging

In the last few years, email has become the boogie man of work efficiency. Executives everywhere are struggling to achieve the much coveted inbox zero, some companies are making attempts to stop after-hours emails, and others are trying to completely eradicate email from their organization. What was first hailed as a great communication source turned out to be the nightmare of many knowledge workers. So how did email turn out to be the bad guy?