Category Archives: Social media

by Daniel Stamp dstamp@prioritymanagement.com http://infonet.prioritymanagement.com/index.php?section_copy_id=11830&section_id=1240 Mismanaged use of email, smart phones and a battery of new wireless organizers in the workplace and at home can cause a “Digital Malaise”. This is a feeling of being powerless and unable to keep … Continue reading

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Live online learning for improved business performance

I have written about the next to teach, coach or manage from anywhere anytime in a previous post.  In this post Colin Steed explains the benefits of live learning opportunities. Posted by Colin Steed in Learning technologieson Wed, 09/21/2011 – … Continue reading

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Would you like to be able to teach, coach or advise from anywhere at anytime?

We have just the product for you. It is called Zipcast, and it allows online meetings anywhere, anytime …for free. It takes less than 60 secs! Promise! Zipcast – changing the way the world conducts meetings Have you ever wished … Continue reading

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Projects and Will Rogers

  “If you’re ridin’ ahead of the herd, take a look back every now and then to make sure it’s still there.” Will Rogers (1879-1935) I couldn’t agree more. Projects need the leader to be intrinsically involved through out. It … Continue reading

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Are you thinking of adding Facebook to your web 2.0 tools?

This article first appeared http://ethosconsultancynz.ning.com/profiles/blogs/are-you-thinking-of-adding As a teacher, coach or manager, you are probably wondering whether the world’s biggest social networking service may be of use to you.   The big advantage of Facebook is that is easily takes an offline … Continue reading

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How to acheive sustained high performance without your Blackberry

Over the holiday season, many of us are away from technology, and some of us go through angst. However, as suggested in the article below, new tools do not always make us more productive. http://baselinescenario.com/2010/02/11/the-myth-of-efficiency/ Mobile devices can put us … Continue reading

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Are you feeling pressured by social media?

We are all overwhelmed with demands and tasks from time to time. If you are feeling overburdened, then declutter, and simplify. Stephen Covey asks us to identify the four key boulders in our bucket at work and to focus on … Continue reading

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