Archives for March 2018

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3/23/2018

How to Appear More Professional to Your Clients: 5 Ways to Start

Over the course of my career, I’ve had a chance to meet and interview hundreds of executives around the globe from enterprises such as Vodafone, United, BNY Mellon, Ford, Sealed Air, France Telecom, Visa, NASDAQ, Thai Airways, eBay, Barclays, and countless others. One of the key takeaways from these interviews and interactions is the professionalism—the individual executives as well as the companies they represent. Nearly every one of them talked, acted, and dressed their role. Rarely did I meet with one of the executives and leave doubting their professionalism or that of the company they represented.

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3/21/2018

Why A Virtual Office Is A Smart Move for Your Legal Practice

Running a solo legal practice has its pros and its cons. On the one hand, going solo means that you are able to give clients a more personal treatment and offer more competitive prices; on the other, there are costs and risks associated with running and maintaining a successful solo business. 

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3/15/2018

8 Myths About Virtual Office Spaces and Why It’s Time to Put Them to Rest

While there are many misconceptions, few hold any real weight. Virtual offices are a productive alternative both to working from home and working in the office, at a fraction of the cost of leasing your own office space.

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3/7/2018

Workplace of the Future: 10 Tips for Preparing Your Business for The Future

Today’s workplace looks much different than it did a few years ago. There are various factors driving this change. Demographics certainly are playing a role. Over 50 percent of the U.S. workforce is comprised of Millennials today, a number that will grow to approximately 75 percent in 2025. These workers look for employers that foster collaborative, inclusive workplaces. And while they value the time they spend with other workers when they are in the office, they also seek flexibility, with nearly 75 percent indicating they look for employers with work from home and work remote policies. 

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