Can you make your presentations
an idea worth sharing?
TED’s Secret to Great Public Speaking: Ted Curator Chris Andersons
shares this secret—along with four
ways to make it work for you. A
compelling set of insights to pump
up the power of your sales and marketing presentations.
Simon Sinek on why, how and
what of leadership
The Why of Great Leaders: Simon
Sinek had a revelation about the
differences that make great leaders:
why, how and what? It profoundly
changed his life. Listen to him break
it down for us and see how it might
impact your leadership style.
Egghunt: Overcoming problems
Egghunt: A great kick-off for a team
meeting where people with competing interests need to work together.
Solving tough problems, and turning competition into cooperation.
Without words, this piece shows us
a lovely piece of wisdom.
Validation: Make a customer
Validation: An interesting short
to get your team focused on more
effective person-to-person communication in customer situations.
An inspiration, a romance, a lesson
in how to improve interactions, one
smile at a time. Try it out yourself!
Cari Kraft leads a team of master level recruiters at Jacobs Management
Group, celebrating 20+ years of executive recruiting in the healthcare (
pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology) and high-tech industries, nationally. Prior to joining Jacobs Management Group, Ms. Kraft has held positions
as a Senior Sales Executive, Director of Business Development and Director
of Marketing. She also has deep knowledge of the technology/startup fields,
having been in the industry through the rise of the Internet. Ms. Kraft is a
University of Pennsylvania/Wharton alumnus holding a degree in economics and decision
sciences. Cari can be reached at email@example.com.
By Cari Kraft, Jacobs Management Group
How do you start the day on an up note? Here are four more ways to kick off your
own motivation or your morning meeting with humor, wisdom, inspiration and
some thoughtful ideas. Take just a few minutes to see how they can work for you
and what develops!
Submissions are welcome. If you have one you like, email
a link to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.