Back-Office Bulletin exists to provide insights on business and leadership, and we like to think we do a good job of it. Like the tagline says, we strive to keep our ear to the ground and our finger on the pulse of what drives a small to medium-sized business (SMB). While we present a valid and useful perspective, we’re not the only kid on the block. There are scores of incredible, qualified people sharing information on dozens of business and leadership topics. Frankly, there is no way we could cover them all.
That’s why we created the Back-Office Bulletin Facebook page! On it we share timely articles from rising and noted leaders in their field who bring years of experience and time-tested and proven strategies designed to help you be and do more in life, personally and professionally. You may also notice that we strive to share things presented from a woman’s viewpoint where possible. That’s because we truly believe that empowering women is the way to future success in any venture. Here are a few examples of recent posts:
Whether you call it a brush-off, sidestepping, or being blown off, we’ve all been in situations where someone we’re trying to contact isn’t returning our phone calls. What does that mean?! Was it something we said? Can we do things differently in the future to get a better result? Or is something else entirely at work? No need to guess! Marie Forleo shares exactly what’s going on and, more importantly, how you can handle it. Click the link to check out what’s going on in this and other installments of MarieTV.
Whether we like it or not, we all have a personal brand. That’s a good thing, because we can polish it up and let it shine, attracting more of the people and organizations we want to reach. However, sometimes our brand needs a little more pizzazz. What can you do to put more pep in your step, so to speak? Patricia Powell-Hughes shares some ideas on how to give your brand that extra punch it needs! You’ll find this and other fine articles on the online magazine Women’s Agenda, edited by Carrie Greene.
The lifeblood of a business are the prospects it reaches. Therefore anything that can help generate new leads is a good thing. If we can use our existing social accounts to do this, so much the better. Can LinkedIn be a source of such leads? You betcha (in my best Sarah Palin voice)! Jeff Haden shares 10 strategies that can revolutionize the way you use the service and keep more qualified leads and referrals in the pipeline.
We constantly update the page with fresh content. So visit us on Facebook. Take a look around. Click the links and read the articles. Heck, go crazy and Like us, even! When you combine our Facebook page with our blog posts, you’ll really get the full impact of what we do. In that way you’ll truly understand how we keep” our ear to the ground and our finger on the pulse” of business!
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