Posts tagged with: Research

  • Training development for research
I have to start this post with a quote from an online article from Contracting for Business titled Even Accidental Plagiarism Can Cost You. Authors C. Greer and M. Michel say, “With the Internet, plagiarism is on the rise. In...
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  • Pokluda image: how mentoring lights my fire
Uber brought the UberMENTOR program to the Minneapolis/St. Paul area on March 15, 2016, as part of International Women’s History Month. I saw the articles and thought, “Cool,” and went back to work without a second thought. On March 15th, I received a...
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  • Betty Folliard presenting
A lesson on podcasts turned quickly into a lesson about life, business, and taking measured risks. On September 24th, 2015, Betty Folliard generously agreed to talk to a new MeetUp group I’m involved in to learn more about podcasting. I...
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  • Discover Pain to Add Value_Lion and mouse
Do you remember the fable of the mouse who saved the lion from the hunter’s net? It wasn’t written about sales in today’s economy, but it could have been. When the mouse (you) saves the lion (your customer) from the...
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