Jeff Stibel has certainly been busy this past month! Here’s a round-up of all the great content he’s published or been featured in recently, from LinkedIn to CNBC to Harvard Business Review and more:
7 Steps to Effective Communication
Jeff explains why communicating well is crucial to success in this LinkedIn post. Follow his 7 steps to effective communication because “with good communication skills, you can do virtually anything.”
Why the Falling U.S. Unemployment Rate Matters
The unemployment rate is down to 5.8%, which is the lowest it’s been since 2008, and Jeff predicted the rate will drop to 5% by July 2015. He explains why the falling rate is not only important but also positive in this Harvard Business Review article.
LinkedIn Series: A Profile in Failure
Read about some of the most successful people’s early failures (like Richard Branson spending a night in jail) and how they learned from them in Jeff’s LinkedIn series.
Main Street Businesses Aren’t Cheering Low Interest Rates
Jeff weighs in on why small businesses are turning to alternative loans with higher interest rates in this CNBC article. Fear of being denied a loan drives business to seek funding that they know they can obtain, even if it’s borrowed at a higher rate.
Corporate Creativity: Managing your Marketing Team (and Career) to Balance Innovation and Execution
The corporate culture at Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. was carefully thought out by CEO Jeff Stibel. If you haven’t read this MarketingSherpa blog post and learned about the failure wall Jeff created to encourage corporate creativity, you’re seriously missing out.
Small Business Owners Would Hire More Employees if the Economy Improved
A Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. and Pepperdine Private Capital Access Index quarterly report showed that 50% of small business owners would hire more employees if the current business environment changed and there were more loans available. Read Jeff’s explanation of why small businesses are dissatisfied in this article on MainStreet.
Will Wearables Improve Your Job Performance Or Get You Fired?
Jeff talks wearable technology in the office and whether or not it will help or hurt employees in this LinkedIn article.
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