David Partain

David Partain

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Don't Make These 3 Webinar Mistakes

There's a right way and a wrong way to do webinars. These tips help ensure you get it right.

4 Strategies to Successfully Onboard New Remote Employees

It can be frustrating at first, but following these tips can help ensure it's done well.

La gente está agotada. Aquí te decimos cómo inspirarlos a comprar tu producto

El año pasado resultó en un nivel de agotamiento mental que es un territorio desconocido para las empresas modernas, y vender frente a eso puede ser un gran desafío. Aquí hay cuatro estrategias que pueden ayudar.

Are You Prepared for Remote Employees to Quit?

With remote work, people have the ability to work from anywhere, and they might start to feel secluded. If left unchecked, your employees may decide to leave you.

Why Transparency Between Teams Is So Vital to Production

The ability to easily share information between team members and know that information can be trusted will inevitably improve productivity.

People are Exhausted. Here's How to Inspire Them to Buy Your Product.

The past year has resulted in a level of mental exhaustion that is unknown territory for modern companies - and selling in the face of that can be very challenging. Here are four strategies that can help.

How to Have Meaningful End-of-Year Vendor Meetings - Virtually

As we approach the new year, many of us will be meeting with vendors to reflect and plan a path forward. Here's how to ensure they'll be productive for everyone.

New Priorities: How Businesses Are Reimagining Cost Structures

The pandemic has forced rapid changes across industries, and the shifts will change how many do business going forward.

5 Ways To Give Your Employees a Break When They Need It Most

Preventing burnout should be a priority of every leader. Here's how to do that with so many working from home.

Why You Still Need to Take Time Off in a Time of Crisis

When uncertainty and stress levels are running high, leaders need to be hyper-cognizant of both their well-being and that of their employees.