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Traveling for Business? Don’t Make These Mistakes. – December 14, 2016

In this issue of PCT, we share four key business travel mistakes to avoid, as featured in a recent Inc. magazine article by author Kevin Daum. Dealing with his own travel pains, Daum turned to entrepreneur Adam Goldstein, founder of the travel site Hipmunk in recommending how to avoid these common travel mistakes. Read More »

Six C’s Of A Visionary Organization, Part 2 – December 13, 2016

Yesterday, Promotional Consultant Today shared three of these elements from business author and speaker Eliakim Thorpe. Today, we are sharing three more. Read More »

Six C’s Of A Visionary Organization, Part 1 – December 12, 2016

Vision is the tension between what was, what is, and what will be. It reaffirms an organization’s reason for existence and identifies who it serves. There is a difference between having a vision statement blanketed on a wall and actually being a visionary organization. Today and tomorrow, Promotional Consultant Today shares these six c’s of a visionary organization from business author Eliakim Thorpe. Read More »

How To Stay Productive Even Though It’s The Holidays – December 9, 2016

In her recent post, business blogger Kayla Matthews shares these tips to keep expectations realistic and the quality of work at a high level all month long. Read More »

When Procrastination Is A Good Thing – December 8, 2016

According to author and sales expert Stu Schlackman, procrastination can be a good thing for sales, as we explain in this issue of Promotional Consultant Today. Read More »

Phone Vs. Text: A Generational Dilemma – December 7, 2016

Those from different generations may have vastly different preferences on which technology to use to communicate, as we explain in this issue of Promotional Consultant Today. Read More »

Using Science To Improve Your Digital Content, Part 2 – December 6, 2016

In yesterday’s Promotional Consultant Today, we looked at the results from recent research that showed consumers who read content on a digital channel are more likely to retain concrete facts but less likely to connect with abstract concepts than consumers who read the same content in a print channel. Today, PCT presents how you might be able to use this data to improve your digital marketing content. Read More »

Using Science To Improve Your Digital Content, Part 1 – December 5, 2016

Robert Caruso, in his blog post Digital Content with Facts Wins According to Science, references a series of recent studies from Dartmouth University’s Tiltfactor Lab as a foundation for learning how businesses can improve the effectiveness of their digital content, which we share in this issue of Promotional Consultant Today. Read More »

Improve Productivity By Taking A Hike – December 2, 2016

In this issue of Promotional Consultant Today, we share these important tips for getting your team moving—literally. Read More »

Why Training May Not Bring The Changes You Expect – December 1, 2016

Karin Hurt, author of the leadership book Winning Well, says that when organizations find something that needs to be improved or changed, they often rush to conduct training. But, she notes, training doesn’t work in a vacuum. It takes more than just the training session to make the training work. In her post, “Six Reasons Your Training Isn’t Working,” Hurt offers reasons why the training you invest in might not have the greatest impact possible, as we share in this issue of Promotional Consultant Today. Read More »

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