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About Jason Phillips

Jason Phillips is a business writer and blogger. He has written several high quality articles. He also works for 247 Web Experts offering website designing and internet marketing services.

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Small business owners must devote a lot of time to marketing their brand to get noticed. To increase your client list and convince people to work for you, you are compelled to stay updated with the most recent trends. Updating your portfolio, pitching new projects, attending conferences and so on, are all important actions that […]

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They say the secret to mastering negotiations is seeing and not thinking. One should negotiate in the present and focus on the facts, otherwise it will be impossible to catch up and guess what will happen next. Anticipation is the key to success in business. To predict an opponent’s moves, you have to adopt a special […]

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The term “nurturing” means to offer moral training, to feed emotions and foster one’s mind with understanding and grateful thoughts. In real life, we’re used to associating the term with a mentor or a parent. The concept plays an important part in negotiations, too. Nurturing can’t be considered an option because it is a rule, […]

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When you think of motivational speakers, you may think of self-help experts who talk about taking charge of your life or achieving inner peace. While those speakers may do wonders for individuals, that is not what you need for your business. There are other motivational speakers, however, who specialize in bringing value to corporations and […]

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Negotiations come naturally for many business individuals. However, not everyone is skilled in this area. If that is you, read on. Win-win ideas in negotiation are about making compromises and approving an arrangement that benefits both parties. It’s extremely important to know what you need, as well as what THEY need. Sometimes, the best way […]

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You’ve probably heard of 360-degree feedback. Some people say it’s highly effective, while others claim all should steer clear of it. There’s no doubt that performance feedback is a great thing, but what happens when it all goes wrong? How exactly can feedback from numerous raters be a terrible thing? Believe it or not, 360-degree […]

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Employee satisfaction surveys enable businesses to understand how their employees feel about their jobs, as well as about their work environment. A well-crafted survey is meant to add improvements and boost performance. Yet, not all companies value the importance of employee surveys, and sometimes bad questions and unrealistic expectations lead to disastrous results. As far […]

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People in general see business negotiations as a combination of strategies and tactics. That’s not entirely wrong, but you need to know that negotiations also involve feelings and values, so these strategies and tactics must not affect the emotions of the buyer. Business people often see a sales negotiator like a doctor. He can opt […]

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Negotiating a contract can be a nerve-wracking experience because you need a series of key abilities to be successful. It’s like a balancing act between doing your best to close a deal without having to offer too much. Ed Brodow, the reputable speaker and founder of the Negotiation Boot Camp talks, about the most frequent […]

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You have a big negotiation coming up. You’ve done all your research and you know the ins and outs of every angle of the deal, but something is still bothering you. You’re worried that, despite your thorough preparations, you still won’t be able to persuade your client on certain points. Does this sound familiar? Chances […]

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Customer segmentation is an effective way of dividing your list of clients and prospects to help increase conversion rates for particular products, services and promotional offers. Back in the day, businesses would use a broad-brush approach, which would target all contacts with all marketing materials. This used to be effective, but not anymore. Businesses must […]

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Empathy and business go hand-in-hand, especially in today’s business world. We all, without exception, are living in post-recessionary caution during this difficult economic period. This is why there is a need for businesses, more than ever before, to truly understand what their customers want and need. There was such a time in which strong, sexy […]

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