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Alexandra Cousteau inspires students during Philippine visit

Alexandra Cousteau inspires students during Philippine visit

Oceana senior advisor Alexandra Cousteau wrapped up her two-week tour with a diving trip to El Nido in Palawan, which she described as a “world-class” destination worthy of protection. Cousteau, granddaughter of renowned undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau, visited the Philippines from Aug. 29 to Sept. 11 to promote awareness on sustainable fisheries management and the global fight against illegal fishing practices. “When you think about the world that my grandfather started ...

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How to Enhance Communication in the Workplace

How to Enhance Communication in the Workplace

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com One of the reasons why teamwork fail in the workplace is because of miscommunication. This is one reason that affects the performance of the company. Read on how to enhance communication in the workplace. 1. Open-door policy Managers or higher positions in the company sometimes separates themselves from their workforce too much. They keep their doors closed and can only be approached by appointment. That’s wrong, an effective team leader should ...

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Words to Trash for Excellent Communication

Words to Trash for Excellent Communication

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Your wrong choice of words could be sabotaging your communication skills. It is not only a barrier between you and your listener. It can be misunderstanding and it leads to failure of your goals. The author of Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results, Darlene Price, said, “Words matter. They are a key component of persuasive communication. Regardless of the audience, topic, or industry, ...

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PCGA – The Force Awakens, Climate Change Wars

PCGA – The Force Awakens, Climate Change Wars

With the rising number of incidents here in the Philippines caused by climate change, it’s timely to make an action. An action that would help our Mother Nature. And, since our country has a higher chance of getting hit by a storm due to climate change, every one of us is responsible. If you want to know more of the problem we are facing, take time to learn about this phenomenon in the ...

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Improving your Decision-making skills

Improving your Decision-making skills

By Mary Rae Floresca |Negosentro.com Now that we’re all grown-up, sometimes you no longer need your parents to decide for you. They may give you advises but you should be able to decide for yourself already. Growing up is liberating but it is also being responsible. Here are few skills or tips that you can look into on how to enhance your decision-making. 1. Taking Risk Management consultant and author ...

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Qualities of Successful People

Qualities of Successful People

By Mary Rae Floresca |Negosentro.com Everybody wants to be successful, but how? There are many ways to climb up the ladder in life but it’s not just a click away. Baby steps, they say, and most likely, being successful not just sheer luck but it starts within one’s personality, principle or simply, successful traits. 1. Passion for Improvement A good employee doesn’t stop learning, as time passes, there are many ...

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Winning at Work? A Look at Women in Business Today

Winning at Work? A Look at Women in Business Today

By Kelly Huffman for AllBusinessSchools.com | Working women, ever wonder if you’re getting anywhere? Consider this: In 1973, Katharine Graham was the only female CEO of a Fortune 500 company. The only one. Well-educated but with zero business training and precious little journalism experience, she became publisher of the Washington Post in 1963. Over the next three decades, she faced down politicians, personal threats and striking printers to lead the ...

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NYC Commissioner and Actor Dingdong Dantes Takes YesPinoy to Sarangani

NYC Commissioner and Actor Dingdong Dantes Takes YesPinoy to Sarangani

by Jim Moriones | Actor and NYC Commissioner Dingdong Dantes’ YesPinoy team ventured to Alabael, Sarangani for the second leg of Project 888 last August 8 at the Provincial Capitol Gym in the town. More than 1,500 students from various high schools in the province converged on that Saturday afternoon to listen to inspiring talks from four of the most sought-after inpirationalists. Sarangani Governor Steve Solon opened the event with an ...

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Grab This! Nonprofit Social Media Policy Workbook

Grab This! Nonprofit Social Media Policy Workbook

by Homerun Nievera, Negosentro.com | From Facebook to Twitter to LinkedIn, nonprofits are flocking to social media, but not everyone is prepared for the challenges and ramifications of what you post–or how to manage the process. Who is allowed to tweet? Who can comment on your posts? How do you respond if someone says something mean about your organization? How do you make use of what social media offers while protecting your nonprofit and ...

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Bill Gates: Will robots take our jobs and overpower us?

Bill Gates: Will robots take our jobs and overpower us?

by Chris Matyszczyk, via CNET | Technically Incorrect: The Microsoft co-founder is uneasy about the speed of technological change and the possibilities it opens for robots to simply dominate us. When anyone speaks of a twin threat, I tend to hear portentous music just behind my head. When that person is Bill Gates, a thumping begins inside my head. The Microsoft co-founder is another, you see, who worries about Robotworld. He ...

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Robert Barnard: How to Attract Millennials to Causes [Podcast]

Robert Barnard: How to Attract Millennials to Causes [Podcast]

shared from the Canadian Marketing Association | Robert Barnard, CEO of Decode (an organization dedicated to helping companies better engage with Gen Y), outlines the benefits of offering millennials a seat at your strategic planning table. Includes examples of how NFPs are changing their media mix to better communicate with this segment. The 25+ minute podcast can be heard on the player below.

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3 Amazingly Effective Marketing Techniques for the Millennial

3 Amazingly Effective Marketing Techniques for the Millennial

by Jenna Cruz | Let’s face it; marketing isn’t really the easiest task. While you may already know the basics—funds, team and strategies—there’s still so much that you have to do to launch a marketing campaign that’s convincing enough to make customers want to race down to stores or go online to buy your products or hire your services. But if this isn’t challenging enough, you have to consider the ...

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