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Communication Skills

by Joanna Pineda on May 29, 2012

The Best Phone Calls I Get to Make All Week

by Joanna Pineda on May 29, 2012

After the launch of every project, I add an item to my to do list: call the CEO and main client contact to say thank you. These are the best calls I get to make all week and I relish making them. Most times, I don’t get to actually speak with the client so I [...]

by Patricia Frame on February 24, 2012

Women in Business Interview: Elizabeth Moon of Focus Data Solutions

by Patricia Frame on February 24, 2012

Couples who jointly own businesses comprise about 14% of small businesses. Here is the story of one way to build a business while focusing on family, while struggling through on-going change and growth, as all entrepreneurs do. Elizabeth and Page Moon founded Focus Data Solutions (FDS) as an answer to their interests and needs. “The opportunity to [...]

by Libby Wagner on January 13, 2012

How to Find Your Voice: A Critical Exercise for Business Leaders

by Libby Wagner on January 13, 2012

An Exercise Every Business Leader Needs to Do Most business writing I read is awful—boring, verbose—and absolutely ignores the audience in any way other than to demonstrate how smart the author thinks he or she is. There are exceptions, of course— those whose voice, personality and humanity jump out at you when you read. So [...]

by Amanda DiSilvestro on November 2, 2011

A Watched Inbox Never Fills: 5 Tips To Get Those Emails Answered

by Amanda DiSilvestro on November 2, 2011

    I believe that more than anyone else, business people know the trouble with email; it can be ignored. Have you ever sent out an email and waited for weeks to hear back? Did you check again and again to make sure it was sent to the right person, or check to see if [...]

by Robin Ferrier on August 31, 2011

Less Is More and Fresh Eyes Are a Must

by Robin Ferrier on August 31, 2011

Blogger Robin Ferrier provides her top two writing tips: Less is more and make sure you have someone else edit your work.

by Libby Wagner on August 24, 2011

Redefining Confrontation

by Libby Wagner on August 24, 2011

Confrontation has gotten a bad rap. It is one of the most important skills women in business need to develop as leaders.

by Stacy Yamaoka on August 18, 2011

Video for You, Video for Your Business [Redux]

by Stacy Yamaoka on August 18, 2011

At Women Grow Business, Stacy Yamaoka reinforces the power of using video both for you and your business.