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Brazen Careerist Executive Social Media Bootcamp 15% Discount

Women on Business

I’m happy to announce that Brazen Careerist is offering a 15% discount off the price of the 20-day Executive Social Media Bootcamp to the Women On Business community! Be sure to enter the exclusive Women On Business discount code when you register to get 15% off. The discount code is WOB. Discounts & Offers Events brazen careerist brazenu social media bootcamp social media course women in business Women On Business

Just Launched – Paradigm Flip – Launch Week Discount

Modern Servant Leader

If you’re already convinced and want your discount with free download, see below. Get Your Discount & Free Download. To get the discount and free copy of Mark’s eBook, simply fill out the form at this link: [link]. I’ve just launched my new book – Paradigm Flip: Leading People, Teams, and Organizations Beyond the Social Media Revolution. It’s a unique perspective on the dovetail of great leadership principles and social media.

Great Bosses Don’t Discount Others, They Validate Others

Great Leadership By Dan

Those conversations inspire, discount, validate, or erode others’ skills, ideas, efforts, and accomplishments - whether we’re aware of it or not. Degrading, deflating, dismissing, or discounting a person’s efforts, skills, progress, and ideas is not going to create an engaged, willing partner. Guest post from S. Chris Edmonds: I believe we are all leaders in our families, communities, and workplaces. But wait,” you say, “I’m not a formal leader in my organization.”

Just Launched – Paradigm Flip – Launch Week Discount

Modern Servant Leader

If you’re already convinced and want your discount with free download, see below. Get Your Discount & Free Download. To get the discount and free copy of Mark’s eBook, simply fill out the form at this link: [link]. I’ve just launched my new book – Paradigm Flip: Leading People, Teams, and Organizations Beyond the Social Media Revolution. It’s a unique perspective on the dovetail of great leadership principles and social media.

Here’s How to Stretch Your Training Budget Before the End of the Year

Kevin Eikenberry

Leadership & Supervisory Skills Personal & Professional Development anniversary anniversary discount anniversary offer discount training training budget training discount workshop workshop offerThere are three months left in the year, which means people are starting to plot and plan how they will spend the remainder of their budget – including their training budget.

The SOBCon2010 “Blog it, Earn it” Discount- And An All-Expense.

Terry Starbucker

AND the Return of The “Blog It, Earn It&# Discount As a co-founder of SOBCon (now in our fourth year), I’m delighted to announce with my partner Liz Strauss this great offer … We had such fun last year with the SOBCon “ Blog It, Earn It ” discount.

Don’t Discount God because of Circumstances

Ron Edmondson

Don’t discount God because of your circumstances. The Lord visited Sarah as he had said, and the Lord did to Sarah as he had promised. Genesis 21:1. It made no sense. Sarah was too old. Everyone was laughing. They had tried to “help God out” But, God did as God promised to do. In spite of the circumstance. In spite of the irrationality of the situation. In spite of those who said it couldn’t be done. In spite of how long it seemed to be taking.

Research: Why We’re Incentivized by Discounts and Surcharges

Harvard Business

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The Pros and Cons of Offering Coupons

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Using Coupons To Drive Sales

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Retailers’ Holiday Strategy Doesn’t Have to Be “Discount Everything”

Harvard Business

Analysts attribute this more than 300% increase to widespread discounting by retailers. As a result, customers have been conditioned to expect discounts. In addition to satisfying consumers’ discount desires, retailers have their own agenda to further lower prices. With roughly two months of holiday discounting, it’s confusing to know exactly when to buy. Employ Step Discounts. Instead of heaping on an extra discount (e.g.,

Sorry Subscribers but I’m Back

Modern Servant Leader

Resources Apology Book Discount Paradigm Flip Subscribers I’m sorry for the inconsistent posts recently. Rest assured, I haven’t been ignoring you. Instead, I’ve been working on some great content and updates. I used these past several months to finish and publish Paradigm Flip: Leading People, Teams, and Organizations Beyond the Social Media Revolution. In addition, I finally got around to some badly needed updates on the site for your benefit: 1.

2013 eBoardmember Independent Director e-Publication is Now Available

Women on Business

Discounts & Offers boardroom diversity eboardmember women on boardsThe 2013 eBoardmember Independent Director Catalog , which was discussed on Women on Business last month, has been released, and it includes profiles of qualified director candidates. Board Guru Tracy Houston of Board Resource Services, LLC shared details about the publication, which you can read below. You can also download the publication for free by clicking on the link at the beginning of this article.

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Managing Communities

A few days ago, I mentioned that I would be attending Blog World Expo 2009 in Las Vegas from October 15-17. I’m happy to say that I’ve got a coupon code to share that will save you 20% off of the current rate. When purchasing through their site, use the coupon code IFROGGYVIP. Their rates [.].

We Have Change Covered for You – Our Three Public Workshops: November 12-13

First Friday Book Synopsis

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You Are The Company’s Greatest Asset

Women on Business

Discounts & Offers Female Entrepreneurs Female Executives Human Resources Issues Uncategorized asset director insurance KeyMan Insurance owner Protection self employedThe number of people choosing to work for themselves continues to rise. Entrepreneurs inspired by a vision and a dream set out on a course of business ownership, their only tools often being their mind, creativity and experience. If this is you, both now and in the future you may be your company’s greatest asset.

Discover How You Can Benefit from Content Marketing

Women on Business

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Holiday Discounts Are a Dangerous Drug

Harvard Business Review

Add to this the conviction that people will spend (if properly motivated) and you have the perfect recipe for a pricing disaster: all-out competition for the earliest, deepest, and most enduring discount. And the holiday season exaggerates this threat because discounting has always been the retailer's weapon of choice. To understand the problem with discounting, think of a price cut as a potent drug. The standard assumption is that discounts destroy a brand.

Walmart: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

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Math Anxiety Affects Consumer Preferences for Discounts

Harvard Business Review

People who suffer from math anxiety prefer easier-to-process dollar discounts (" $10 off the regular price of $50") over percentage discounts (" 20% off ") and sometimes make suboptimal decisions because of that preference, says a team led by Rajneesh Suri of Drexel University.

In Search of the Ideal Groupon Discount

Harvard Business Review

When the deal sites Groupon and Living Social launched a few years ago, I was astonished by the 50% discounts I found promoted for some of my favorite restaurants, stores, and services. Many sellers believe in "try it, you'll like it" discounts: lower prices to draw in new customers who will return to pay regular prices. Sure, I believe in "try it, you'll like it" discounts. So if this is true, why not offer a big discount?

Case Study: Escaping the Discount Trap

Harvard Business Review

Augusto saw discounting as a sinkhole — just like the ones that opened up in roads all over Brazil during the rainy season, trapping cars and their drivers. For years, our sales reps have given bigger and bigger discounts to sell more products, and our prices and margins have dropped steadily. Device makers competed intensely for sales to these institutions by signing up as many customers as possible, using steep discounts if necessary to drive the competition away.

What Microsoft Should Have Done Instead of Discounting Windows

Harvard Business Review

To counter this sales drop, Microsoft did what I call a surgical discount strike. The caveat is that this discount is only available to manufacturers that preinstall Windows 8.1 This discount is directly targeted to tablet makers (to be more competitive against iPads) as well as notebook manufacturers (to take on rivals that use Google’s Chrome operating system). For instance, when discount airlines started entering different markets, incumbent carriers typically panicked.

When It’s Wise to Offer Volume Discounts

Harvard Business Review

Then, out of curiosity – let’s call it “research” – I asked if I was entitled to a volume discount since I was buying so much. As a consumer I appreciated the $60 savings—but as a consultant who helps businesses optimize their pricing, I wondered if the butcher realized how much of the store’s operating profit margin disappeared due to his hastily-considered discount. And remember, not every customer is seeking a discount – so providing one may be costly and go unappreciated.

Why Women Should Ask Auto-Repair Shops for Discounts

Harvard Business Review

Shops may be caught off guard when women ask for discounts on car repairs, the researchers say. Women who called auto-repair shops to inquire about getting a new radiator were quoted prices that averaged 6% higher than those offered to men, according to an experiment led by Meghan Busse of the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. Yet female callers who requested a price reduction were successful about 35% of the time, compared with just 25% for men.

A Discount May Devalue a Product More Than a Giveaway

Harvard Business Review

By contrast, people who were offered the bread sticks at a discounted price of 50 cents were willing to pay just $2.76 The findings suggest that a discount promotion may devalue a product in consumers'' minds, whereas a free promotion offer may not devalue a product at all.

The Fool’s Eraser

Leadership Freak

A fool finds a way to discount and devalue principles. There are three reasons we play the fool. We don’t like admitting we’re wrong. We don’t want to change. Our behaviors seem to… Continue reading → Curiosity Humility

Mini Saga #71 – Offer

Rajesh Setty

Bob hated deals and discounts but this car wash deal was too good to pass. Related Posts: Mini Saga #55 – Discount Mini Saga #67- Advantage This Car Wash is Free – The Power of the Narrative Mini Saga #60 – Advantage Mini Saga #63 – Job.

Restaurant Week as a Crash Course in Discounting

Harvard Business Review

Twice a year, many of the finest restaurants in the Boston area participate in a discount promotion called Restaurant Week. cities — packs restaurants and provides lessons that all businesses can learn from about discounting. By this, I mean try to minimize the chance that customers who would have paid full price take advantage of the discount. As a result, die-hard fans of prune-stuffed gnocchi can't order it at a discount.

Are You Really Getting a Discount, or Is It Just a Pricing Trick?

Harvard Business Review

Penney’s failed attempt to wean customers off of puffed-up discounts provides further evidence. After revenue dropped by 25% in the first year of using everyday low prices, Penney fired its CEO and reverted back to boosting reference prices and the non-stop cycle of discounts. The full value of these true discounts, however, is lost amid the noise of our cynicism on the veracity of reference prices.

Four Skills That Revolutionize Team Communication

Lead Change Blog

They argue, try to dominate the conversation, discount the input of others, or even refuse to listen to alternative viewpoints. They shut down, don’t offer their ideas, discount their own opinions, avoid conflict, or offer half-hearted, wishy-washy viewpoints to avoid upsetting others. In my last two articles, I’ve explored the concept of a team’s Conversational Capacity ®.

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Two Behavioral Tendencies That Sabotage Team Communication

Lead Change Blog

We argue, try to dominate the discussion, discount the input of others, or even refuse to listen to their viewpoints. Examples of minimizing behaviors include shutting down, not contributing, discounting our value or opinions, avoiding conflict, or offering half-hearted, wishy-washy viewpoints to avoid upsetting others. In my previous article , I wrote about the conversational “sweet spot” that unlocks team performance.

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Don't only focus on "Why?" There's more to it than that.

Jason Womack

A lot of talk these days discounts the power of what, by when, and with whom. Start with "Why?" but that's not the end. Keep going, ok? When you look out and see where you are going, how you're getting. Goal setting Travel

Music and Servant Leadership — Say What?

Lead Change Blog

Make sure to read all the way through — there’s information about a unique discount at the end. The Servant Leadership Institute has offered a significant discount of $300 off the regular rate. To get the discount code, please email Becky Robinson. Today, we are pleased to share a post from the Servant Leadership Institute about their upcoming conference.

4 Ways to Support Your Clients During Covid-19

Strategy Driven

Temporary Discounted Prices. Offering a temporary discounted price will go a long way with your clients. Naturally, how much discount you can offer will depend upon your margin but there are certain industries like the subscription-based industry that can slash their prices radically. We found a poker training one offering as high as 90% discount during Covid-19 lockdown. It is worth checking with your finance department how high a percentage discount you can offer.

Holiday Business Book Sale: Get 30% off No Cape Needed & You Can’t Not Communicate!

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each – a 30% discount. With the holiday season upon us, why not give the gift of leadership and communications tips to a colleague, friend or your team? From now until January 1, 2018, my books, No Cape Needed: The Simplest, Smartest, Fastest Steps to Improve How You Communicate by Leaps and Bounds , along with You Can’t Not Communicate: Proven Communication Solutions that Power the Fortune 100 , and its follow-up, You Can’t Not Communicate 2, are on sale for $12.59 Announcements

Fall Special for Fistitude!

Great Results Team Building

For Coaches, Players, and Team Leaders interested in learning the five steps to leading any group to success, Fistitude is available to my blog readers at a special discounted rate through the end of October ! off the purchase of each copy for yourself and your team by clicking here to purchase and entering KGEL6KF3 as your discount code on the checkout page.

Why the Ferrari Strategy May Beat Your Consulting Firm’s Current New Business Strategy

David A Fields

You could discount your fees on the first project [ ] Consultants ConsultingYour consulting firm has a hot lead with California-based, Death Valley Electrical (a.k.a. DVE), a surprisingly large company you’ve never worked with before. The project scope is modest, but you sense that a small engagement could lead to a long, profitable relationship. How should you proceed?

The 4 Skills That Allow Your Team to Discuss The Most Difficult Issues

Leading with Trust

They argue, try to dominate conversation, discount the input of others, or even refuse to listen to alternative viewpoints. They shut down, don’t offer their ideas, discount their own opinions, avoid conflict, or offer half-hearted, wishy-washy viewpoints to avoid upsetting others.

9 Recession Proof Stocks to Invest in When the Economy is Down

Strategy Driven

Recessions are a great opportunity to buy value stocks at discount prices. These companies are often undervalued during recessions so you can buy their stocks at a discount. Look into investing in discount supermarkets, discount clothing stores or online gambling companies.

The Helicopter Pilot; The NFL Replacement Officials; The Police Officer Who Did Not Shoot – Embracing the Value of Experience

First Friday Book Synopsis

We pay a heavy price when we discount the value of experience. And I think we are seeing some pretty clear evidence of the value of experience, and the cost of inexperience. Three examples: #1 – the Navy SEALs kill Osama Bin Laden, and the pilot who put the helicopter down in the only possible [.]. Randy's blog entries