Beverly Inman-Ebel

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We all like serendipity, but did you know you can create your own? Beverley Inman-Ebel talks with Jim Blasingame about creating and growing a business network by being genuine in the beginning and maintaining that behavior as you grow these relationships.
Sure you're talking to your customers, but what are they hearing? Beverly Inman-Ebel talks with Jim Blasingame about how to make sure your messages to customers and employees are landing with a memorable impact.
Could you deliver a speech, if you were asked? Beverly Inman-Ebel and Jim Blasingame provide a few perspectives and valuable tips about delivering a speech for non-professional speakers.
As we anticipate a slower economy, what's the best attitude for small business owners to have? Bev and Jim talk about the importance of not getting so bogged down in bad news that you can't see the opportunities that always present themselves to you, even in -- sometimes especially in -- a slower economy.
How important is a good first impression? Beverly says "very" and she talks with Jim about her recent first impression experiences in Asia and NYC.
What is the impact of China on American businesses? Beverly and Jim discuss this issue, including how to communicate your intention or practice of outsourcing to China.
It's Women's History Month and Beverly talks with Jim about the women who are important in our history, as well as what is being done to help the women of the present and future.
When there is a customer complaint, it's best to handle it immediately. Bev talks with Jim about a real-life case she experienced and how not to handle a customer complaint or concern. <br></["br"]>
Bev and Jim talk about the different ways that women and men communicate, and why managers should understand this difference.
Bev reports on her recent trip to Egypt for a women's conference and what she learned there. She and Jim also talk about the value of improving your public speaking skills as a way of conveying your vision to employees.