In this presentation, "Are You Missing Potential Customers", e4e partners Bill Higley and Cesar Keller discuss the topic of Web Accessibility and Compliance Standards. Sharing how businesses are taking steps so that everyone, regardless of their condition has access to a great online user experience.
BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
Karen Hoffman presents "Key Performance Indicators".
In this presentation, "Growing Through Alignment", e4e partner Karen Fox shares her 5-step program for helping you identify and hire people who share your values, your interests, and your desire for success.
In this presentation, "The Power and Purpose of Imagination and Free Will", e4e partner Les Landes offers valuable insights on what it takes to get employees tuned in, turned on and eager to pursue continuous improvement in the workplace.
Andy Magnus and Thad James presents "Clarity and Focus"
In this presentation called, "Establishing Systems and Processes", e4e partner Bill Prenatt presents Part 2 of the 2020 Planning Series.
In this presentation called, "Choosing Direction", e4e partner Dale Furtwengler discusses how to discover techniques for overcoming the three challenges that make it difficult for business owners to set a direction for their business.
In this presentation called, "Power & Path to Self-Management & Shared Leadership," e4e partner Les Landes explains a new method of employee management. He advocates for giving workers more freedom of self-management and dismantling some of the traditional power structures in today's businesses that get in the way of productivity.
In this Wisdom of the Community Workshop called, "Don't Wing It! Design Your Negotiations," e4e partner Glenda Woolley leads a discussion about how business leaders can plan their negotiation and difficult discussions. She describes key turning points in her own development as a business professional and team leader. E4e members and guests also contribute and offer advice on how to best communicate with your coworkers and employees.
In this presentation called "When Do You Cut the Cord, and Let That Prospect Go?," e4e partner John Eyres discusses the results of a survey answering that exact question. He offers different strategies for following up with prospects and explains how they might work differently in different industries. At the end of the presentation, John opens the floor for questions and advice from the audience.
In this presentation called "Every Challenge Has a Solution," e4e partner Cathy Sexton describes her four step process for overcoming challenges in the workplace. She explains how to identify a problem, find the core causes, brainstorm solutions and how to implement one specific solution.
In this presentation called "Do Only the Strong Survive?," e4e partner Mary Kutheis leads a discussion about the assumptions we make in the workplace. She stresses the importance of questioning assumptions and the ability to change your own perspective.
In this presentation called "The Power of Strategic Alliances," e4e partner Lisa Oxenhandler heads a discussion that offers advice on finding the best strategic business partners. Understanding core criteria for prospective partners, properly communicating with partners and finding partners who align with your business's values are all topics that are covered.
In this presentation called "Do You Know Who You Are Working With?" e4e partner Ann Prenatt explains the importance of professional relationships and how they relate to success. She introduces three core principles of building positive relationships between coworkers and business partners.
In this presentation called "Using the Phone to Connect with New Business Leads," e4e partner John Eyres describes three core principles of successful telemarketing and teleprospecting. His presentation teaches you how to build and use multiple calling lists, how to develop a winning script and how to make yourself a better caller.
In "Getting Paid," e4e partner Brian Rogers explains how to avoid bad debt and the importance of managing the three steps of customer relationships.
Successful marketing requires addressing top priorities first
Using apps to support your business is crucial to your success.
Putting together a new business doesn't require reinventing the wheel. Don't fly alone. Together you will soar higher, faster.
Turn detractors into loyal promoters.
Asking for and listening to the opinion of your customers is worth its weight in gold!