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Best Customer Experience: Be Plentiful & Ready | #CX #CustServ

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To deliver the best customer experience be plentiful & ready in these specific ways. Insights from Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™

Give Freely Without Appearing Weak & Losing Yourself #PeopleSkills #LeadMorale

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Many claim generosity has a lot of rewards. Yet how can you give freely w/o looking weak and being a pushover or a doormat? Tips from Kate Nasser The People Skills Coach™

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Changing Direction is Not Lack of Direction | #Leadership #Career

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Success depends on agility yet changing direction is often seen as indecisive & lacking goals/direction. Tips to embrace change fr The People Skills Coach™.

The Weakness of Extreme Strength

Have you considered the weakness of your extreme strength? Success insights from The People Skills Coach™ on continuous growth.

Paying Your Dues: What It Really Means & Doesn’t Mean

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Business: What does paying your dues really mean? It’s not what you think. Insights from former corporate employee now entrepreneur The People Skills Coach™

Beyond Paycheck: Why Employees Work Part II | #Leadership

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Beyond paycheck & benefits, employees work for these reasons! Capture this info for employee engagement & great leadership. From The People Skills Coach™.

Be Resourceful Not Lucky Part II

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Be resourceful to thrive in change. It is agility in action & keeps you vital & relevant. Actionable steps to be resourceful fr The People Skills Coach™.

Restarting Success: 7 Certainties to Replace Every Regret

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Regrets don’t have to trap you from restarting success. If you wake up, you can begin again, wiser and more curious than ever before! Insights fr entrepreneur Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™.

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Entrepreneurial Success From Great Social Media Finds #business

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Examples of entrepreneurial success via social media! From the great logo designs of Kimb Manson to getting new customers, social media makes it happen.

Business Leadership: Who Are Your Customers’ Advocates? #cx #custserv

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Does your business leadership produce an entire company of customer advocates? If not, your customers experience these horrible moments and likely leave.

Social Media Networking: Are You Using These #Peopleskills?

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Social media networking tips from The People Skills Coach™: Discover how the people skills pros use social media to build trust and boost business.

Entrepreneurs People Skills: 6 Needless Costly Mistakes #custexp

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Entrepreneurs people skills: These 6 needless mistakes cost you customers. Instead, use these no cost customer experience tips from The People Skills Coach™.

Super Customer Experience on the Road of Transparency

Here’s a current story of old time sales manipulation that backfired but good. 5 quick positive lessons to ensure your business wins big w/ customers. Travel the road of transparency and create lasting memories of trust that build your brand!

Leaders, Engage Employees Through Entrepreneurial Spirit

There are many employees who want the security of a paycheck yet ache to contribute and learn more. Engage these 6 entrepreneurial traits in employees for innovative and transformational results in business.

We Are Selfish Websites & the Customer Experience

Every website has a people-skills message and personality. What’s yours? Does it selfishly try to squeeze & capture customers or does it deliver value to engage and build loyalty?

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