On the heels of Military Consumer Protection month, tune in to this episode of The Bistro to learn about the unique challenges that military families face as consumers and the businesses and organizations that work to help protect them. Melissa Bittner, Program Manager for BBB Military Line, and Steven J. Lepper, Major General, USAF (Ret.) and President & Chief Executive Officer for the Association of Military Banks of America join to delve into this topic and share findings from a new military risk report.
On this episode of Better Series, Rodd Wagner, Forbes Columnist, Author, and Researcher, shares the one must-have all companies need in order to cultivate a happy work culture. Wagner, with no apologies, helps us see that this one spark makes all the difference. Listen in for the details.
Gift cards are no new thing and appear to be the one consumer transaction that hasn’t evolved much over time. That is, until now. On this episode of The Bistro Jason Wolfe, Founder of GiftYa, explains how his company is revolutionizing the gift-giving industry providing consumers with a fresh gifting option. Listen in to find out more!
Communication skills are vital in the business world. From interacting with customers, employees, and other key stakeholders, business leaders abilities to effectively communicate speaks volumes to those invested in the company. To help share insight on the communication skills that every business leader needs, Richard McKeown, Founder & CEO of Richard McKeown Communications joined us on this episode of the Better Series.
One of world’s greatest communicators once said that “It usually takes me more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech.”
Mark Twain was dispensing advice about the value of preparation long before TED Talks, PowerPoint presentations, employee town hall meetings, customer video conferences, and social media – yet, his comments are still key to being an effective business communicator. In fact, it can be the key to a successful career, according to global communications coach Richard McKeown.