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    Jennifer Goldsmith
Jennifer Goldsmith
Marketing Manager, Wiley

Asking friends to help fund your business can be awkward and carries the risk of jeopardizing the friendship. At the same time, you may have friends who would serve as ideal investors for your startup. Zendesk founder & CEO Mikkel Svane offers practical advice on how to approach the subject from his book, Startupland. Learn more here.

 

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10 Tips for a Better Blog Post

Posted Aug 26, 2016
    Laura Goldsberry
Laura Goldsberry
Marketing Manager, Wiley

 

In today’s content-saturated world, good writing matters more not less. MarketingProfs Chief Content Officer Ann Handley offers 10 tips for crafting a better blog post based on her book, Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content. Share your own blogging tips in the comments below, or tweet us using the hashtag #everybodywrites.

 

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    Laura Goldsberry
Laura Goldsberry
Marketing Manager, Wiley

If you're the type of manager who frequently checks in with his/her employees, you might assume that you're an active listener. But are you really hearing what your employees or mentees are saying and do you truly understand how they feel towards their work? Check yourself against these four strategies for active listening and become a better manager in the process. Feel free to share your own listening strategies in the comments below.

 

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    Jennifer Goldsmith
Jennifer Goldsmith
Marketing Manager, Wiley

 

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What is Mindfulness? And how can it be applied at work? When you exercise mindfulness, you will introduce clarity and focus into your workday, as well as the ability to become a better leader. Check out these 10 tips for being more mindful at work. Learn more here.

 

 

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    Christopher Ruel
Christopher Ruel
Community and Social Marketing, Wiley

More and more organizations are beginning to use the other “F” word, namely: failure, to their advantage. They recognize that acknowledging and removing barriers to internal failures can actually spur growth and innovation. The infographic below offers some surprising (and perhaps reassuring) statistics on the prevalence of failure.

 

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How well does your organization handle failure? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @WileyExchanges.

 

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