Your persistence and patience has saved a lot of un-necessary shuffling of equipment, IT staff time and unrealized (future) gains of payroll staff time. It’s my opinion that companies which were able to survive the recent economic issues and flourish, can attribute much of their survival to excellent customer service like yours.
Mark Cameron - Network Administrator - Foothill Packing
When it comes to meeting people, make no mistake: if you aren't memorable, you're forgettable. Here's how to increase your chances of being remembered.
Craft Your Elevator Pitch - Who are you and what do you do? Always be prepared to succinctly answer these most common questions. Take time now to decide what you want to communicate, and pre-plan your personal pitch.
Develop a Signature Style - Look for something that feels authentic and enjoyable: you may wear a pair of classic Converse with your suits, boast a stunning hairstyle, or don a unique pair of spectacles.
Be an Engaged Listener - Let genuine curiosity guide you to ask insightful questions. People love to be heard, so being truly present in any given discussion will show that you value what they have to say.
Make an Emotional Connection - Whether you make someone laugh, show vulnerability, or lend a helping hand, emotional resonance is essential.
Meeting new people in business situations can feel like a rush of names, titles, and faces. Be one of the special few who make a lasting impression on everyone you meet.