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Dr. Paul Gerhardt
Keynote Leadership Speaker and Leadership Trainer. Every leader and all employees must remember everyone's contributions truly matters in the bigger picture.
Keynote Leadership Speaker and Leadership Trainer. Every leader and all employees must remember everyone's contributions truly matters in the bigger picture.
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EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION TIPS: These quick tips may build your career and personal relationships. Thanks for reading: http://paulgerhardt.com/?p=698
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Formula For Success: There is no quick magical way to be successful. However if you apply this simple formula, you will find that in no time at all, you will have a career and life you truly love. Consider this free article: http://leadershiplessons.blog.com/?p=253
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The speech that makes a positive difference! It is about getting along and giving your best. I would love to help.
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I woke up this morning inspired. I just love that I get to teach people how to get along well with each other for a living. It occurred to me that I have trained thousands of people from hundreds of organizations over the last decade. It truly has been an honor that I cherish!

Can I help your company's employees get along better and get more done, while having more enjoyment at work?

Please contact me: www.paulgerhardt.com
dr.paul@paulgerhardt.com

Thanks,
Paul
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T-Mobile REALLY sucks. I got transferred to six differnt employees today of T-mobile. I got total run-around. I lost an hour of my life just trying to take advantage of an offer they sent to me. I told each representative that they keep transferring me. Finally, they hung up on me. I was kind, I did not raise my voice, nor did I use any negative language. I have been continually treated poorly by this company. I cannot wait for my contract to end.
 
Unfortunately, I have three lines, so it would cost me over a grand to switch today to a new company and buy new phones with them. It feels terrible to be treated so poorly by a company that I have been with since 2005.
 
I teach business classes as a tenured professor with over a thousand students each year. I will talk about bad customer service and talk about the facts of how T-mobile has treated me on a number of times. I suspect that each of these students will remember my stories and share them with others too.
 
It is a total shame to be abused, offered a deal, then transferred to be hung up on in the  end.
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Communication is at the core of having relationships with coworkers, friends and family that are rich and meaningful. Here are some quick tips that may help you have a life you truly love: http://paulgerhardt.com/?p=540
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CAREER ADVICE: If things at work are just not as exciting or as enjoyable as it used to be, then you are in a situation with a simple fix. No, don't quit your job, be a hero and make it fun, fresh and exciting for everyone. The cure is team building (stop groaning) it truly is fun and has a magical way of transforming organizations for the better.

Consider this free article: http://leadershiplessons.blog.com/?p=230
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CAREER ADVICE: Revive and refresh your job. If things seem like business as usual or same-old-thing different day, then you may find team building to be exactly what you need. Team building brings people closer together and brings new ideas to make things better. Learn more by reading this free article: http://paulgerhardt.com/?p=519
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