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Author, keynote speaker, executive coach, and founder of Executive Essentials, Michelle Tillis Lederman, teaches corporations and professionals to communicate with confidence, clarity, and connection.
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Part 3: Social Networking Series 

Part 3: Social Networking Series 

3:42 pm

4 Surprisingly Simple Twitter Tactics to Spark Action and Engage Your Followers I love Twitter… now. Before I started tweeting I didn’t understand it, had no desire to learn about it and felt no need to do it… until my publisher said I had to.  And I’m so glad they did. [Read More...]

Part 2: Social Networking Series

Part 2: Social Networking Series

10:04 am

9 Ways to Strengthen Your LinkedIn Relationships Much like a live networking event, we log onto LinkedIn to make business connections. But as you know, simply making the connection isn’t enough. You need to build relationships. LinkedIn is a great way to do this – and it’s especially easy if[Read More...]

Part 1: Social Networking Series

Part 1: Social Networking Series

10:09 am

Facebook is Not Just for Friends In September of 2012, the number of Facebook users pushed passed the 1 billion mark. By the end of January 2014, the company boasted 1.23 billion users. This is a staggering accomplishment for any business – and a great opportunity for the rest of[Read More...]

How to Stay in Someone’s Mind Without Getting in Their Face

How to Stay in Someone’s Mind Without Getting in Their Face

7:37 am

You just made a great connection at a networking event. You feel that ‘burden to meet someone’ lift from your shoulders and decide to relax with a drink at the bar. On your way over you realize, I have no reason to contact this person again. How am I[Read More...]

Working Moms: Three Ways to Achieve Your Ideal

Working Moms: Three Ways to Achieve Your Ideal

3:30 pm

It wasn't motherhood that changed my career. It was actually the idea of motherhood that set me on a new path. (Click to Tweet) After spending a rather unfulfilling decade working in finance, I knew that was not what I wanted to do long term, nor would[Read More...]