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Making the Most Out of Your Membership (Unleash The Edge)

Leadership Expert | Corporate Training & Development Professional | Author | Speaker

3 Tips to make the most out of your membership!

1. Participate. Increase your own knowledge by following and participating in meaningful discussions

2. Start discussions that others might be interested in. Ask questions or solicit advice. Remember, No spam or blatant self-promotion.

3. Invite others to join groups! A group with 10 like-minded members isn’t nearly as helpful as one with 100, so recruiting more members to your groups will help the group be more beneficial to you.

Together, we can make our group a powerful force by sharing our expertise, experience and knowledge, with the goal of improving the Training & Coaching profession.

We look forward to many thought-provoking discussions ahead.

Feedback is always welcome!

Ravinder Tulsiani

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  • March 13, 2012
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  • Alok P.


    Alok P.

    Alok Pal, CEO & Value Creator for SME , Individual ,for Prosperity & Growth,with Training ,& Consultancy.

    Thank You Ravinder,
    For your positive outlook for the group as an active and beneficial to all members.
    You as a Corporate trainer, I think and feel that you will appreciate that Inspiration and relaxation improves productivity.
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  • Barbara H.


    Barbara H.

    Network Marketing is not about products it is about YOU and I.

    “ Never give in, never give in, never; never; never; never - in nothing, great or small, large or petty - never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense. ”

  • Christopher Pernell T.

    Christopher Pernell

    Christopher Pernell T.

     Entrepreneur—Marketing at Follow me on Twitter @ChrisThames29 #Start-Ups

    Thanks for the invite, I know that I am a little late on the introduction but I have been busy participating in the group discussions. My apologies.

    Looking to connect with group members for entrepreneurial business opportunities and recruitment in the areas of Mechanical/Industrial Engineering, (Power Quality Management, Renewable Energy, Plant Maintenance and Reliability), Project Management (PMP, Project Engineers), Fire Protection Engineering (NFPA), Training/Facilitaion (Instructional Design, WBT, Webinars) and Business Management (Accounting, Social Media Networking and Branding, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Project Management Integration).

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