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Productive Thinking- Superman Would Love This

By Kimberley King | Aug 2, 2017

If you could have a business super power- what would it be?  Would you be able to leap over complex business solutions in a single bound? Be more powerful than a locomotive or Sir Richard Branson?  Whatever challenge you are facing in your business or association in 2017,  I know one super power everyone needs. 

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How to Get Better Buy-in on your Ideas

By LimeLight Group with JJ Brun - The Retired Spy | Jul 25, 2017

“JJ Brun, a retired spy, was trained by the military to operate in hostile environments and elicit buy-in from a wide variety of people.” This is the opening statement of JJ’s speaking bio. How cool is that? JJ is an expert in human behavior. What a better way to understand how to communicate than from someone who is trained by the military to be a spy….AND yet, he has a warm and engaging personality!

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How to work smart in the age of distraction… Squirrel!

By Kimberley King | Jul 19, 2017

Focus. It's a little word, but it carries a big stick. And I think we are now experiencing a worldwide shortage of it. And it's only going to get more scarce, unless we actively strive to maintain it. And think about our children, or worse, our children's children. While they may be born 'wired' and can adapt to technology at lightning speed, there's an even bigger concern than lack of focus.

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Employee Engagement

By Kimberley King | Jul 19, 2017

According to David Zinger, you can keep employee engagement simple by defining it as ‘good work done well with others every day.’  The goal of engagement of employees is to practice suggestions and implement changes that are in mutual agreement. Focusing on employee engagement, your employees can make or break your brand. I believe if your employees are treated well, your organization will flourish.

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Survival of the Fittest, not the Fastest

By LimeLight Group | Jul 17, 2017

Pause for thought. It's a common saying. We talk about an idea or a happening that gives us 'pause for thought.' But how often do we really pause? How often do we take time to give ourselves the space we need to think through and idea, solve a problem, or daydream about nothing at all? Maybe it's my age, maybe it's a sign of the times, maybe I am just experiencing information overload. Whatever the reason, I know I am not alone.

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Why use a professional emcee for your next event?

By Kimberley King | Jul 12, 2017

LimeLight has a host of experts who know how to take an event script... and make it sing!  Our roster includes an assortment of celebrities, comedians and speakers who are pros at the podium. We were asked  by Ignite Magazine for our advice on how to Master your MC Smarts.  We were delighted to share what we have learned over the past decade!

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10 Things to Maximize your Return on Attending a Conference

By Kimberley King | Jul 10, 2017

Let's face it.  It is a real investment to attend an industry conference.  On top of the registration fees, travel, hotel and meal costs, it's also time away from the office and the disruption to your schedule.  That said, if you take the time to prepare in advance, you can reap some pretty incredible rewards from your time spent in sessions. I loved this article below because it really sets a conference goer up for success before, during and after the event.  

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You Just Can’t Google That!

By Kimberley King | Jul 5, 2017

You can find all kinds of speaker options on the internet right? Yes. But a great speaker is good before, during and after a presentation. A great speaker does their homework. They are easy to deal with and passionate and authentic about how they approach their audience. They are low maintenance and they deliver high value.

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Big Name Talent

By LimeLight Group | Jun 20, 2017

Ask and you may receive. There are many high-profile artists and performers who love to travel and get in front of many different audiences. And yes, your next corporate event might be the one they accept. There are a few key pieces of information you’ll need to know.

If you’re looking to engage one of these household names, it’s important to work with the experts and cover off a few key details.

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