Free Webinar: Time Management 101

Posted by Mitchell Communications Group on November 3, 2016


It’s so easy to get off-track these days. Are endless emails and meetings keeping you from getting to your “real job?” Do your team members come to you all day, every day with questions or problems that need to be solved? This one-hour webinar will focus on:

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Topics: ProFound Skills, webinar

Free Webinar: Innovate! Shaking Up the Status Quo

Posted by Mitchell Communications Group on March 7, 2016

Are you stuck doing things the way they’ve always been done, even though you know you need to change? We’re offering a free webinar, led by one of our professional trainers, that can help you tackle some of your company’s problems. You will learn how to identify and define your issues. Then, you’ll be introduced to new strategies to spark innovative thinking and creative problem solving throughout your team.

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Topics: ProFound Skills, professional development

4 Trends That Harness the Power of the Individual

Posted by Elise Mitchell on June 30, 2015

The age of “my brand, my way” is here.

Consumers want to be known individually, and they no longer accept blanket statements. People are distinct in their preferences and their values. They identify with their uniqueness and expect the brands they care about to notice it, too.

Successful brands will not only take notice, but also discover ways to speak creatively and strategically to the individual — rather than simply categorize individuals as part of a group.

Here are four trends that harness the power of the individual to create greater engagement between consumers and brands.

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Topics: Digital Marketing, ProFound Skills, Marketing

Virtual Teams: From Uncertainty to the Way of the Future

Posted by GinaMiller on April 2, 2015

As few as five years ago, virtual teaming was hardly the undisputed way of the future. According to a report developed for the Association for Talent Development, factors such as language difficulties, distance, time-zones, cultural differences and personal communication styles seem to make virtual work … well … complicated.

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Topics: ProFound Skills