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SPOS #605 - Next Level Negotiation Skills With Chris Voss - podcast via @mitchjoel
During Chris's 24 year tenure in the Bureau, he was trained in the art of negotiation by not only the FBI but Scotland Yard and Harvard Law School.
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
february 2018 by jonerp
Rishi, Slack can be right for you. You just need the right tools and practices to focus your work. - by @ross
" Although Slack is positioned as a productivity tool, it becomes counterproductive when misused. Instant messaging applications enable communication that is online, synchronous and on-demand. This tends to be appropriate for interrupt-driven teams like those in customer service and sales. However, project-oriented teams tend to suffer from inundation. As a software developer in product development, I constantly seek and protect long-uninterrupted blocks of time. That is when I am able to create value of higher quality, faster."
technology  software  attention  communication  distraction  productivity  slack 
february 2018 by jonerp
SPOS #601 - Dan Heath On The Power Of Moments - podcast via @mitchjoel
"Why do certain experiences have specific impact on our lives? How is it that an event that took place when we were a child could be a hardwired value set that we carry with us to this day? Is it all just chance and luck (nature) or is their an opportunity for us to create moments like this (nurture)?"
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january 2018 by jonerp
What Role Should Colleges Play in Workplace Training?
"Data doesn’t support this either, according to a recent article in The Street. “When it comes to middle-skills jobs, Fuller found no difference in performance among people with and without a college degree. Yet employers still look for people with college degrees, who only make up about one-third of the entire workforce.” Fuller explains it with a fishing metaphor. “When you start up-credentialing your jobs you’re doing the equivalent of rowing your boat over to this tightly crowded part of the pond. Maybe there are fish elsewhere.”
culture  top  stories  communication  skills  diversity  education  google  harvard  university  stem  the  city  of  new  york  training 
january 2018 by jonerp
SPOS #600 - Smart Women In The New Economy With Magdalena Yesil - podcast by @mitchjoel
" In a situation where equal pay, harassment and more is still (sadly) the bane of our society when it comes to women. From #metoo and bro culture to today, Magdalena has more than a few thoughts on where technology is going and how important woman are (and will be) to its future and freedom."
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
january 2018 by jonerp
Most Common Positioning Mistake – Attacking the Competitive Alternative - by @barnes_hank
"And here is where things go wrong. The vast majority of positioning efforts that I review go far beyond declaring the alternative. They attack it. They say things like “UNLIKE the costly, constrained, siloed <<whatever>>” and go on further to talk about why that approach is really really stupid."
go-to-market  communication  competition  positioning 
december 2017 by jonerp
10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Moving into Management - by @kellblog
"Everybody loves yes-people managers except, of course, the people who work for them. While saying yes to the boss and internal customers feels good, you will run your team ragged if you lack the backbone to say no when you need to. If you can’t say no to a bad idea or offer up reprioritization options when the team is red-lining, then don’t go into management. Saying no is an important part of the job."
culture  entrepreneurship  leadership  management  startups  coaching  communication  conflict  aversion  first-time  manager  teaching 
march 2017 by jonerp
SPOS #544 - Media's Massive Problems With Jay Rosen - podcast
|Rosen teaches journalism at New York University, where he has been on the faculty since 1986. He is the author of PressThink, a blog about journalism's ordeals in the age of the web, which he launched in 2003. In 1999, Yale University Press published his book, What Are Journalists For?, which was about the rise of the civic journalism movement. I was hoping that Jay could provide us with some insights on what happened and where we go from here. His answers will shock you. Enjoy the conversation..."
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
december 2016 by jonerp
SPOS #526 - Kevin Kelly On The Promise And Future Of Technology - podcast
" I could not be more excited. When anyone uses the term "Futurist," there is only one name that comes to mind: Kevin Kelly. If you have not read his latest book, The Inevitable - Understanding The 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our World, you are truly missing out on the opportunity to read and understand what new businesses are going to thrive (and which ones are going to die)"
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
august 2016 by jonerp
Mossberg: How to make Slack better
"Almost every single colleague with whom I spoke put threading of Slack posts at or near the top of their lists of desired features. Why? Well, today, a Slack interchange is kind of like conversing in an AOL chat room from the 1990s. You’ll be discussing topic A with a person or a few people, when somebody else suddenly introduces a totally unrelated topic B, and a third introduces topic C. Attention keeps shifting among them, and none comes to a logical resolution as quickly as it might."
commentary  social  chat  rooms  corporate  communication  email  instant  messaging 
april 2016 by jonerp
SPOS #504 - The Modern Economy With Douglas Rushkoff - podcast
"All of our assumptions about disruption, the digital economy, unicorns, valuations, and how all of this technological innovation has evolved will be questioned."
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
march 2016 by jonerp
SPOS #485 - The Future Of Blogging With Mark Schaefer (podcast)
blogging is still here but fundamentals of distribution are changing. Looking forward to checking the podcast.
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
october 2015 by jonerp
SPOS #477 - The Business Of Podcasting With Donna Papacosta - podcast
"I've been creating this podcast - on a weekly basis - since 2006. Almost a decade of shows. But, the first podcast that I ever appeared on, was the one from Donna Papacosta. At the time, I thought the format was a joke, but after spending time with Donna, I quickly felt that this might be the perfect channel for businesses to experiment with audio. Not to be another kind of radio, but to invent a new type of audio programming."
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
august 2015 by jonerp
SPOS #466 - Immersive Media With Frank Rose - podcast
"Frank Rose believes that the best kind of advertising is about real experiences. The kind of experiences that are so highly immersive for the consumer, that they're as enthralled by it as they are with a great movie or book. How many brands can make that happen?"
six  pixels  of  separation  mitch  joel  mirum  marketing  advertisement  communication  public  relation  social  media  management  & 
june 2015 by jonerp
Why enterprise communications needs to change - podcast w/ @MKeoniDeFranco of Lua + @jonerp
"On his recent New York City jaunt, Jon stopped by the international headquarters of Lua, enterprise communications upstart, to talk shop with Lua CEO Michael DeFranco. On this seventeen minute chat, Jon and Michael chat about why enterprise communications need to change."
communication  collaboration  podcasts 
february 2015 by jonerp

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