E-Newsletter - "The Exchange" - October 2004

E-Newsletter - "The Exchange" - October 2004


Riddle: What is one thing we all do, but few of us do well? Answer: communicate. With our clients, our employees, our vendors and-you guessed it-ourselves. This month, the WLE e-newsletter focuses on the role of communication in our lives.

WLE Interview: Gail Blanke Knows How to Fly
No one ever said being an entrepreneur was easy. Executive coach Gail Blanke, author of Between Trapezes, clears up some of the myths so women business owners can fly through the sky with ease. Click here

The Change Game: Winning Through Communication
Matching how you communicate with what changes you want to achieve in your organization is key to the success of your business. Growth Strategist Aldonna Ambler, CMC, CSP shares her strategies for sharpening communications skills for three prototypical business changes. Click here

Communicating the Wyndham Way
When is a hotel not a hotel? When it's a Wyndham. Click here to find out how this entrepreneurial hotel has distinguished itself from the pack. By Cary Broussard, VP of Marketing, Wyndham International, Inc.

Feedback: Easier To Give Than To Receive
We all know about accenting the positive. But how do you handle the negatives? Finessing feedback is a key element of the art of communications. Human resource expert Nancy Ahlrichs, SPHR, has some candid answers. Click here

Six Reasons You Should Be Blogging Right Now
To Blog or not to Blog. Open: The Small Business NetworkSM from American Express consultants Ben McConnell and Jackie Huba on why this hot new communications tool is becoming indispensable to small and growing business to drive sales. What's blogging? Hurry, Click here

If You Don't Ask: Getting the Business Help You Need
If you're an entrepreneurial, over-worked, micro-managing woman, click here. Judy Katz reveals what she learned at a WLE Conference.

Can we talk? Probably the most available-and the most valuable-form of communication is the one literally just an arm's length away: networking. Click here to find out why WLE co-founder Leslie Grossman couldn't exist without it... and neither should you.

Women as Risk Takers
Wireless Tips from Intel

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