Posted on August 04, 2019 at 01:22:42 PM
The average American adult spends over 8 hours daily online, so it’s no surprise that many relationships start and develop there. Networking has moved online, and that’s great because it gives us the opportunity to connect with people globally, whom we otherwise may never have met. It would be foolish not to use social media and other online platforms to expand your network and nurture relationships. But for all the networking advantages the web affords us, when it comes to building authentic relationships, it can be limiting. It’s more difficult to forge strong connections through screens. If your goal is to build a powerful network made up of professionals, with whom you have genuine relationships, you’ll need to work a little harder to develop those online. It’s always best to take relationships that start online out for a spin in the real world, but if that option isn’t immediately possible, here are a few tips to create real relationships in a virtual world. Be Authentic. This sounds intuitive, but when you look and Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn and see perfectly curated content and photos designed to project a certain image, you realize authenticity is less common than you think. This is not to say you shouldn’t...
Posted on March 24, 2019 at 07:03:29 PM
Thanks to NAPS 360, Henry Glickel took part in presenting on "How to successfully implement virtual staff into your business" at NAP's March Lunch 'N' Learn gathering. Together with Matt Ragland (Partner, Noon Dalton), they shared best practices and uses, technology and tools, expectations and experiences for how to help small to medium size businesses grow from the help of virtual staff. Who is NAPS? NAPS exist for Serving the Professional and Business Development Needs of the Search and Staffing Community. For more than five decades, the work of the National Association of Personnel Services has been focused on one common objective — the provision of programs and services that help the search and staffing community, individuals and firms alike, serve their clients and the public in accordance with the highest professional and ethical standards. Let NAPS help you attain new thresholds of professional and business development.Who is Henry Glickel? In his 22 year career in recruiting, Henry has successfully filled over 900 searches in the area of sales, accounting/finance, IT, Human Resources, Client Services, Managers, Vice Presidents, and members of the C-suite and Board of Directors for small and large private and public companies. In 2006 Henry was awarded “Most Valuable Player” by the president of BAO, Inc. In...
Posted on March 20, 2019 at 10:35:17 AM
Reflect on the past 5 to 10 years of life. Boredom? Maybe. The most exhausting seasons of life are often submerged in complete boredom driving you to more tiredness and lack of satisfaction from day to day. Boredom hits us all – from CEO to hourly paid parking attendants. We can’t avoid it, but we can work to overcome it. Bored employees are less productive – “well DUH!” you exclaim. But beyond killing productivity, the work quality decreases and business is dragged down one by one – the bored employees are killing numbers, goals and success. If we cannot erase boredom from our lives, we must focus on overcoming it. As the CEO or parking lot attendant, boredom must be overcome for success. We frequently work with sales managers. Hiring top candidates that drive business forward. Sales Recruiters, Inc. represents the strongest sales talent in a number of verticals. We’ve seen the best and the worst of candidates plagued by boredom and the ones successfully able to lead teams out of it. Our years of experience has given us the ability to stay ahead of our competition through knowledge and adaptability. Also over our years of experience, here’s what drive sales managers out of boredom...
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