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  • Best Practices to Manage Remote Workers

    Best Practices to Manage Remote Workers

    by Hillary Gamblin on Friday, July 28th, 2017.

    The trend of hiring full-time remote workers is growing exponentially. So how do managers successfully lead these budding populations of remote workers?

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  • Phone Etiquette in the Workplace

    Phone Etiquette in the Workplace

    by Hillary Gamblin on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017.

    While 80% of millennials sleep with their cellphones at night, the millennial workforce is woefully unprepared to place an outbound call.

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  • marketo outage tweets

    [Breaking News] Funniest Tweets in the Wake of Marketo Outage

    by Ryan Alleman on Tuesday, July 25th, 2017.

    Welcome to the Marketo Outage of 2017! If you went to Marketo’s website earlier, it was down. Which meant marketing teams were locked out of their accounts, leaving them unable to work on any of their campaigns. And as is the case whenever an event like this threatens marketing teams, what do we do? We come together and tweet. Check out some of our favorite tweets here.

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  • Reviews

    5 Gold Star Reviews for Jive Voice

    by Hillary Gamblin on Tuesday, July 25th, 2017.

    At Jive, we like to win.

    Software Advice—a subsidiary of the world’s leading research and advisory company, Gartner, Inc., is a company dedicated to analyzing, reviewing, and recommending software to businesses—recently announced Jive Voice is among the top 5 for the 2017 Reviewer’s Choice for Small Business Phone Software.

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  • how to pitch a business idea

    How to Pitch a Business Idea to Your Boss: 6 Steps to Score That “Yes”

    by Ryan Alleman on Monday, July 24th, 2017.

    No matter what industry you’re in, it helps to know how to pitch a business idea to your boss. So when that terrific idea does hit you—the one that’ll change your company forever—you’ll know how to convince your boss to say “Yes!” and then champion the idea to his or her boss. Here are six steps to make your ideas shine.

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