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Job retention and job security should be part of work plans for all who have to work for a living. Your plan for getting hired must include job retention and job security. In your wish list (goals) as you work toward earning a paycheck, don't make it just about the money. You can and will accumulate money from a variety or sources as you go through life. The money you earn doing your work for life should be a product of your skills to retain your job in a company that at least gives you the security of investing in you beyond wages.
Work for life is about more than getting a good paying job. Work for Life is about, job retention, job security, disposable income, and a leisure retirement. Work for life targets Veterans, Men with families, and Young Men just beginning their work life. We want you to have vacations along the way, and we want you to work to end with a leisurely retirement. This all takes plans, work, and faith.
Join Christine Monaghan and guest Matt Astifan of www.webfriendly.ca
RETENTION is our word of the week. Matt will demystify social media for all entrepreneurs listening in. We will access the straight goods on how to utilize social media to increase brand profile and revenue.
Don’t miss your weekly power hour!
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This show is sponsored by www.karatpay.com and www.webfriendly.ca
Lessons Learned about Customer Retention strategies, programs, tools, and ideas. We also cover a little about the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman trial, gun control, human self-preservation, and niche social media as we talk about the upcoming release of our new Niche Social media Guide that goes to the publisher this week.
What if you could learn one thing each week that improved your overall business performance by 1% per year. That would mean that after one year you could literally improve your business by more than 50% and all it would take is to learn from the lessons you are already being taught but are probably ignoring as you race ahead to put out more fires.
This show is all about fixing that by taking two hours out of your week to share your lessons and the lessons of our other listeners so we can all learn and improve even faster. And you know what that will mean before long? That we'll all have a lot fewer and easier fires to put out!
Think of this show as a global mastermind group with expert guests, technology reviews and more that help us learn about new tools, techniques, strategies, and ways that we can both improve our businesses and our lives.
This Sunday, join our guests Vice Admiral Bill Moran, USN, Navy Chief of Naval Personnel, and Commander Guy Snodgrass, USN, Prospective Executive Officer of Strike Fighter Squadron ONE NINE FIVE, in a discussion of the challenges in officer retention that is facing our Navy.
As over a decade of major combat operations ashore winds down, economic & budgetary stresses grow on defense spending, a strategic re-alignment combined with a generational change are coming together in a perfect storm of challenges to keep the intellectual and leadership capital our Navy needs.
What are those challenges? What lessons can be drawn from past retention problems, and what is different this time? What steps can be made in the short term to address this, and what longer term policies may be put in place to mitigate the systemic problems that are being looked at? Are their opportunities to be found inside these challenges?
Our guests will be with us for the full hour, and the foundation of our discussion will be CDR Snodgrass's Navy officer retention study, Keep a Weather Eye on the Horizon.
Scheduling appointments, confirming appointments, providing education, and still trying to keep a personal touch with your customer can be challenging. So, what do you do? How about try a cloud-based company that is combining innovation with customer communication?
Solutionrech provides email and text based messaging - delivered through the cloud - as a subscription based service. Soultionreach is a vessel along the care delivery stream, allowing providers to focus on their patients- even when they aren’t in the office.
Shirley Gutkowski, Host of Cross Link Radio, speaks with Connie Hillman, Midwest Regional Sales Manager for Solutionreach about this unique service to engage customers, build relationships, and provide seamless communication. Connie has a passion for assisting healthcare practices increase revenue through procedural efficiency and effective patient communications. With over 20 years of experience within the healthcare industry including sales, clinical care, operations management, and benefit administration, her persuasive leadership to her team has consistently met or exceeded company goals. When customers are actively engaged, outcomes are improved.
Want to learn more about Solutionreach? Visit their web site at www.solutionreach.com, follow them on Twitter @solutionreach, or e-mail Connie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
African American Male Student Retention in Community Colleges Sound like the title of a doctoral thesis, but we're going to humanize this situation which we must correct K-20 because we're wasting a hell of a lot of potential out there. Kevin Christian at AACC( American Association of Community Colleges) is our guest and he is bringing others with him.
(Visit: Retention.Mentormoment.com for more info)
Are you a collector of People, or do you deliver Dreams? One can get you Rich the other will Make you WEALTHY.
For years I've been sharing ideas how to communicate with people and to grow retention so they don't have to keep replacing people that fall of the cart.
Retention Marketing is about learning how to customize your product, brand, service to fit their need. In order to do that, you need to learn / know your target audience better then they know themselves!
In Network Marketing, your target audience is "PEOPLE". So do you know people? Do you know how to speak to people so you are always INVITING no matter the conversation? Do you know how to LISTEN to people?
Take the next 30 mintues and lets see if I can bring you any value to help you Keep more of your hard work! Hugs from Dallas Sean G Murphy
My guest will be Robert S. Schwartz, C. Ped, president and CEO of Eneslow Pedorthic Enterprises, Inc, which operates Eneslow, The Foot Comfort Center, Eneslow Pedorthic Institute (EPI) and www.eneslow.com. Eneslow, which was founded in 1909, has provided over 100,000 pairs of free shoes for the needy. EPI, which opened in 1995 as an educational institute, offers courses on conservative foot care, foot health and overall wellbeing. Additionally, it conducts events on the art and science of pedorthics and how it relates to improving people's lives. Eneslow trains third year podiatry students at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, where Robert serves as an adjuct instructor in the department of Orthopedic Sciences. In 2009 Eneslow was named "Retailer of the Year" by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. The following year Robert was named "Corporate Hero" by they New York Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and in 2012 he was recognized by Tender Care Human Services for his generosity. We will be discussing Customer Retention.
Today on Getting Social with Miriam, my guest is Deb Brown who is the founder of Touch Your Client’s Heart, a client appreciation company. In her personal assistant business, Deb Brown consistently made her clients say, “Wow!” As a result, colleagues started asking her how to do that in their own businesses. Deb takes great joy in making people feel special. She understands how to reach people in a very personalized way. Touch Your Client’s Heart believes the key to client retention and word of mouth referrals is as simple as client appreciation gifts, but it must be done the right way.
Got clients? Know how to keep them?
Increasing your client retention saves you money, time, and energy in your marketing. The longer a client stays with you, the more money you make from them. Loyal clients also become your best advocates and refer new business to you. A great way to increase client retention is through appreciating your clients. You can do this by sending gifts, but it is important that it be done in the right way.
Our Guest: Deb Brown is the founder of Touch Your Client's Heart, a client appreciation company. Touch Your Client's Heart believes the key to client retention and word of mouth referrals is as simple as client appreciation gifts, but it must be done the right way. To find out How to Make Your Clients Fall in Love With You, enter your name and email in the upper right corner at http://www.TouchYourClientsHeart.com.
Your Host: Tai Goodwin is founder of LaunchOlogy 101, LLC and Editor in Chief of Launch While Working.com. She is on a mission to help 100 ambitious professionals launch while working by 2014. As a former employedpreneur™ (employed entrepreneur) Tai understands the challenges of starting a business while managing a day job. Possessing an exceptional gift for balancing passion with practical action, Tai gives clients and audienes exactly what they need to go from stuck to started, helping them create the life and the work they really want.
Employees and their Career Paths — Are you a HiPo, or are you managing HiPo’s? Are you working in an organization feeling the love? Or are you looking outside the organization for your next career opportunity?
Pamela Stambaugh is an expert on the organizational dilemma on how to keep employees, keep them growing and keep them satisfied with their career paths while STAYING inside the organization.
Pamela is a 16-year veteran of helping companies hire, develop, and build teams inside of organizations using the Harrison Assessments Talent Solutions as well as other assessments that provide hard data on the squishy people stuff. She has been conducting primary research across the United States in how companies manage their talent pipelines — a fancy way of saying keep and satisfy employees and keep them engaged. Losing them is expensive.
The timing of Baby Boomers retiring at a rate of 10,000 A DAY combined with Millennials coming into the workforce expecting a clearly defined career path has put the squeeze on companies to do a better job of managing their talent, and that need is global.
Some key positions are difficult to fill because the skill sets are specific. Recognizing the importance of the balance between eligibility and suitability has become tantamount, yet many organizations have very casual ways of managing these expectations — not because they don’t WANT to do a better job, but because the tools have not been available to them.
This convergence of need and precision analysis bodes well for organizations that get on the bandwagon NOW.
Are you a blogger? Are you looking for some advanced guidance on getting your blog from serving a handful of people to improving your revenue through internet marketing?
Dan R.Morris has been working online since 2008 when he got involved with the marketing of an antioxidant nutritional supplement. Through radio and TV infomercials curious customers would research the product and buy it online. Dan worked on marrying the messaging with the audience’s goals to increase sales and customer retention.
He has worked with bloggers, niche website owners, restaurants, tutors, national brands, and professional speakers (among others). Dan primarily works with clients in mastermind groups, private consulting, group classes, workshops, and through customized consulting agreements.
We are going to chat about:
Overcoming speed bumps
The difference between creating mole hills and building an empire
Everything but serving your audience is a distraction
Why Facebook marketing will keep you in a hole
Knowing your place in the life of your customer - where are your future customers right now?
How doing workshops across the country is growing our business
The real value of a keyword theme map for your website
And much more as time permits!
You can find Dan at LettersFromDan.com and at BloggingConcentrated.com.
Please be sure to join us in the chat room to ask questions of Dan.