Seventeen Wonderful Years

 

After 17 wonderful years, I have taken on a new focus full-time.  I have accepted a position with Parkdale Centers/ Management as Chief of Strategy and Development for their recovery services.  Everyone deserves a chance for good work/home life balance.  Now I dedicate my business skills to the other side of this equation.  I can’t tell you how much YOU as clients have meant to me. But this is role will allow me to help those in need in a new way.

I can’t tell you how much YOU, as clients, have meant to me. This this is role will allow me to help those in need in a new way.  Please look me up on LinkedIn and let’s keep the relationship going!

Best wishes for happy and healthy outcomes in all that you do.

Regards,

J. Michelle Sybesma

 

 

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Media Vault

Welcome to our multi-media solutions room. We hope that you will find something useful here for each level of the organization. These are just a sampling of the style of our works. We believe everyone deserves “All Access” to success!  Let us know which you would like a copy of and we are happy to provide.

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Business Newsletter Related Articles

Making the Grade when Making the Hire

Politically Correct Principles in a Global Work Environment

Who Is Keeping Score at the Office?

Ever Wonder What Hiring Managers are REALLY Thinking?
Part I: Respecting the Hiring Manager’s Time and Space Resources
Part II: The Help and Hindrance of Technology
Part III: Distancing Yourself From Fear Factors
Part IV: Navigating the Legal Landmines That Challenge All

News Broadcasts (Remember to Adjust Volume)

Denny Smith Show – Cyber Community Safety (Full Two Hour Program)

Networking at Golf Outings

Getting control of your desk space

Fear Public Speaking No More!

Sick of Politics in  the Office? Tips on how you can get out of the discussion

Economic Impact on the Workplace

Productivity and the Holiday Week

Do you use email properly?  Do your co-workers?

News Radio Interview Unique Week of Productivity

“Transferring Your Business Skills to the Household – Organizing your kids!”

Office Skills Audio Tips

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Airline Travel Tips for the Business Traveler

Living out of your car? Practical tips for the car traveler

Want a horrible sales tip? Here is one…Answer a question with a question.

Office productivity games

Author’s Audio Interview

Behind the scenes interview with author Jenna Drew on Linked-In Business Skills, in preparation for her upcoming book.

LinkedIn Interview Pt. I

LinkedIn Interview Pt. II

LinkedIn Interview Pt. III

Business Magazine Articles

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Review ALL issues of the published in © 2011 Hamilton County Business Magazine.


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Review the launch issue of  MGIC © 2010 Hamilton County Business Magazine

Business Travel Tips, Start-up Advice and Organizational Improvements

MGIC Issue #2 © 2010 Hamilton County Business Magazine

Avoiding Death by PowerPoint/When Teams Collide/Building Your Personal Brand

Managing Chaos © 2010 Hamilton County Business Magazine

If you are over unfulfilled New Year’s resolutions to “get organized?” Here is good news: you have the right intention, but you may be missing the cause of the chaos…

Slow Down and Get the Connection Right © 2009 Hamilton County Business Magazine

Many meaningful business relationships start with a simple referral. But a quick business card referral is not the same as a quality recommendation.  Quality recommendations are rich and purposeful connections.  Consider these ten steps toward breaking the speed-networking cycle…
Is the Economy Really the Biggest Factor in the Health of Your Business? © 2009 Hamilton County Business Magazine
Stop telling yourself “business is down and no one is buying.” Get out and meet new people! Ask them to educate you on what they need to do business with your organization. People at every turn are ready to start relationships with trustworthy people who truly appreciate the value of their money.

Many meaningful business relationships start with a simple referral. But a quick business card referral is not the same as a quality recommendation.  Quality recommendations are rich and purposeful connections.  Consider these ten steps toward breaking the speed-networking cycle…

Is the Economy Really the Biggest Factor in the Health of Your Business? © 2009 Hamilton County Business Magazine

Stop telling yourself “business is down and no one is buying.” Get out and meet new people! Ask them to educate you on what they need to do business with your organization. People at every turn are ready to start relationships with trustworthy people who truly appreciate the value of their money.


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An insightful perspective on the impact that the economy has on employment.

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Ever wonder what makes one business succeed while others fail? The colorful answer might surprise you.

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Existing clients make the best resources!

Television Archives

The Emerging “Soft Skills” Gap

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Philosophy

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Service
Profit

In that order… with no exceptions! Our clients have shared these priorities. While we all must make a profit to stay in business, our goal is to offer you more service than you would expect for your project. Ethics must remain the top priority. This trust ensures our success. Are you surprised to hear this from a consultant? You should not be.

Many companies work very hard to set strategic goals, but fail to get beyond tactical hurdles. Our style of problem solving is about looking at things with a new perspective and making better use of resources. We define these resources as – “Time, Space, Budget, People, and Tools.” We will help you use your own resources more creatively and instill these skills within your organization for future benefits.

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