David Sloan, a professor at Whitworth University, joined Business Brew on November 5th, 2020, to talk about how to lead your team with Emotional Intelligence.
Last week, Josh sat down with Debbie Reeder from West Valley School District to do a virtual career fair interview. Thanks to Spokane Valley CTE for putting up the video.
On October 1st, 2020, Tanya Goodall Smith from WorkStory Photography joined Josh to talk ‘Elevating Your Brand Image with Storytelling Photos that Sell’. You can watch the full Business Brew below. Here are some of the highlights from that conversation….
On September 3rd, 2020, Ashley and Scott Ansel were guests for the fourth Business Brew Work-From-Home Edition. The Ansels own and operate Northwest Pet Resort in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The conversation centered around what the Ansels have learned during the…
On August 6th, Staci Clary joined Business Brew to talk about the importance of the customer experience as it relates to phone greetings, on-hold messaging, voicemail best practices, and how to handle online chat. Here are some of the highlights…
Early in July 2020, Josh was invited to talk about LinkedIn with SDA Seattle. Curious about LinkedIn and how to use it appropriately? Watch this training!
For what seems like years now, I’ve heard the following statements on a regular basis: “I’m not good at computers”“I’m not good with technology”“I’m not tech-savvy” To be brutally honest, these are copouts. Technology and computers are learnable skills. Sure,…
Something I hear said often in the marketing and small business space is “I don’t feel like it’s working.” A lot of times, this comes from a frustrated business owner who doesn’t believe something like social media is producing results.
The June Business Brew focused on a conversation about getting employees back to work safely after working from home. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused, among other more tragic things, lots of adjustments and changes for employees, families, communities, and cities.
It’s been said that you should live life looking through the windshield and not the rearview mirror.