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Jessica Zartler

10 Biggest Communication Blunders

by Jessica Zartler / June 17, 2016

We’ve all been there. A typo on the resume, forwarding an email to the wrong person, avoiding a confrontational talk or accidentally melting down in front of a colleague - or all of the above. It is ...

Business Wisdom From Game Of Thrones (No Spoilers)

by Jessica Zartler / June 06, 2016

In case you’ve been living under your desk - Game of Thrones is the most successful TV show - ever. The fantasy series based on the George R.R. Martin novels is being watched in 170 countries and has ...

How to Fix The 7 Biggest Time Management Mistakes

by Jessica Zartler / June 01, 2016

If you feel overloaded, don’t hit your deadlines and feel like you are always in crisis management mode - you are not alone. If you consider that the average worker spends 20 percent of the day on ...

Which X-Men Manager Are You?

by Jessica Zartler / May 26, 2016

Get your spandex and plastic Wolverine claws out.. The ninth installment of hollywood blockbuster series and comic book films X-men, X-men: Apocalypse, is teleporting into theaters in North America ...

2 Ways To Empower Teams Through Knowledge Management

by Jessica Zartler / May 19, 2016

How does your organization handle knowledge? Is it easy for everyone to get answers to the questions they need to do their jobs?

Why Being Data Driven Is Not Enough

by Jessica Zartler / May 16, 2016

When the only certainty is uncertainty, knowledge is power. With technology changing faster than most of us can keep up, globalization keeping markets in flux and competitors multiplying, companies ...

What Hospitality Managers Need to Stay Competitive

by Jessica Zartler / May 10, 2016

The Travel, Hospitality and Leisure Industry is expecting robust growth in 2016 (Deloitte). Global hotel investment is on the rise with an up to eight percent year over year increase from 2014 to ...

Are You Using The 5 Whys Of Six Sigma To Solve Problems?

by Jessica Zartler / April 28, 2016

We cannot find a solution unless we know the problem. This is the challenge that many managers, companies and organizations spend the most time on - defining the problem.

4 Paths To Quicker & Better Team Decisions

by Jessica Zartler / April 22, 2016

We’ve all been there… that moment when you are sitting in a meeting, trying to make a decision with the team about who to hire, which features to include in a product or what to order for lunch on ...

7 Leadership Styles Straight Out Of History

by Jessica Zartler / April 12, 2016

What makes a good leader? From Martin Luther King, to Steve Jobs, to Mahatma Gandhi and Winston Churchill, there are numerous ways to approach leadership. Thankfully, psychologists and business ...

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