The Ripple Effect!

my sincerest sympathies to all of those who have been directly affected by the corona crisis and thanks to those who have stepped up to support their organizations & clientele by telecommuting during this crisis despite the warnings of the clear & present...

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Creating a Great Webinar

Ever heard ‘Lights…Camera…Action’! And what followed was Zoom in - Zoom out; camera, trolly, tilt up – tilt down; as an actor, I would fancy that, but these are the times in which you don’t have to be an actor to be catching to such lingo.  Welcome to the world of...

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Diversity and Inclusion

Space remains the final frontier and before I further on the voyages of the Starship Enterprise, I’ll admit that I have been off lately on the course update front but that doesn’t mean not working hard!  We’ve been busy updating Soft Skills course’s PowerPoint...

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‘The Cloud and Business’ Workshop

It’s a fact that when asked what ‘the cloud’ is, a majority would not refer to it as an actual cloud, the sky, or something related to weather. So, Cloud is now all about storing documents, pictures, videos and even music on the cloud.  More so, a life-saver because...

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In-Person Sales_0318

The good about Riyadh living is that everything seem available and there is nothing that I personally miss doing here that I did in the past.   In this regard, the retail brands are all but available; for a consumer seeking to quench or to simply live by, Riyadh...

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In-Person Sales_0318

The good about Riyadh living is that everything seem available and there is nothing that I personally miss doing here that I did in the past.   In this regard, the retail brands are all but available; for a consumer seeking to quench or to simply live by, Riyadh...

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READ v/s Twitter

So FaceBook is to stay but never mind that.  As a LinkedIn netizen, I have often come across the phrase ‘this is not Facebook’ for some probable out of the context posts’.  As much as we value and appreciate content and encourage the added value, don’t we have the...

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Strategic Social Media

Nay for Facebook!  I, for one, never have had the chance to sign up Facebook; although wanting to be on once but never have had the time to do so; and now it don’t make any sense to sign up with face book or any other newer social site for that matter given the...

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Crisis Management

When I first went to the grad school, internship back then was in fashion and during which one was also tasked protect his or her own reputation. But, as an everyday intern at the prestigious PaineWebber’s headquarters in the Windy City, the first and foremost that I could see coming my way was a crisis soon to engulf me. While the word crisis’ sends shivers to many and could lead to the downfall of a whole regime, it comes in many shapes & forms ranging from a technological, military, media, midlife etc. to a fax ribbon’ and cup’ crisis.

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Customer Support

  As a marketing teacher in this part of the world, it was difficult to convince my students what customer service meant, let alone guaranteed customer satisfaction’ or 100 percent satisfaction’ and better yet money back guarantee’.  The definition of customer service...

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Crisis Management

When I first went to the grad school, internship back then was in fashion and during which one was also tasked protect his or her own reputation. But, as an everyday intern at the prestigious PaineWebber’s headquarters in the Windy City, the first and foremost that I could see coming my way was a crisis soon to engulf me.

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ANGER MANAGEMENT

Quoting Ben Franklin, who once said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” If he lived in our age and in the ME, I am of the opinion he would drop taxes but most certainly add to his list ‘Anger’.

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Pump OPEC Pump

The on and off story of the rocking oil prices is vividly of OPEC’s triumph over the oil impoverished stalwart countries despite the oil production rules set forth. For so much of the crude hope predictions by the non-OPEC countries..

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Noble Thinking

Author: Shah M. Siddiqui The 2014 awarded Nobel prize to the South Asian pair seems a purposeful action by the peace committee given the last year’s award to a non-human. While the criteria may change, the decision to pick the pair seems strategic. Malala sound good...

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