17 Ways to Tell if Your Colleague Hates You #Infographic #Work

We’re all dealt with those problem colleagues. Those people that make us dread going to work every day. One coworker that is out to get you can make a huge difference in your office experience. Mean coworkers come in many forms — they can be passive aggressive, illogical, or rude. Whatever the case, they’re sure to give off clear signs that they don’t like you. If you have to deal with these people, don’t get discouraged! Figure out the root of the problem, and try to resolve it. Are they intimidated by you? Are you doing something to set them off? It’s best to talk to them directly and address the issue.

To figure out if a coworker doesn’t like you (and help you laugh off those problem colleagues), GetVoIP created this infographic on signs that a coworker doesn’t like you. The signs range from short emails to negative body language to stealing your ideas. Do any look familiar?

An infographic by GetVoIP.

Employee Engagement #Infographic #Engagement #Management

Employee Engagement is the most important business buzzword in 2016. More and more companies are making the experience that there is a real connection between happiness and benefit, employee satisfaction and profitability. Whereas the position of the “Feel Good Manager” suffers from a bad reputation from both employees and employers, the term “Employee Engagement” is so much more than just party, smiling employees, casual Fridays and other empty words.

The question is: Does this approach pay off at all? Is it recommended to invest time and money to raise employee engagement?

Over the past year, MyHub intranet blogged about many aspects of employee engagement. This infographic pulls together some statistics showing that employee engagement has a direct impact on service, sales, quality, safety, retention, profits and total shareholder returns. The decision to be engaged is made in workers hearts, not in their minds. Disengaged employees are, definitely, bad for business.

So the answer is: Yes

An infographic by MyHub.

6 Ways to Build a World Class Sales Development (SDR) Team #Infographic #SDR

Contacting and qualifying leads to arrange a demo or meeting is vital to most organizations. These Sales Development Reps are the lifeblood of a company ensuring a constant stream of new and qualified leads for you and your sales team to sell to.

An SDR’s core activities usually involve cold outreach to potential prospects. Either by phone or email. Or taking leads from your inbound channel.

They then must qualify the lead and try and set an appointment or introductory meeting with the next level of sales, usually an account executive (AE).

But the question every company starts with is how many calls or emails should an SDR be working through, what type of conversion should you expect and how should an SDR be compensated.

The Bridge Groups surveyed over 350 leading companies to answer these questions and other key issues like hiring and onboarding.

An infographic by OnePageCRM.

The Rise Of The Digital Nomad #Infographic #Digital #Nomad

Ever thought of going to new places in the world but worried that you’d leave your job behind? Technology has narrowed this gap and enabled people to bring their work whatever location they may be. This group of outgoing people call themselves “Digital Nomads.”

These individuals or groups travel the globe in search of unique and exciting destinations that suit whatever niche they’re interested in. Guest writers, travel bloggers, graphic designers and VA’s to name a few, are part those in the growing community of digital nomads.

Open Colleges created this infographic to show the trends and statistics of what is becoming a new way to work and enjoy at the same time. Digital Nomad communities are rapidly growing and people are starting to embrace the kind of work it brings.”

An infographic by OpenColleges.

How to Rock Your Back-To-School Sales & Marketing #infographic #backtoschool

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…well, for summer-weary parents at least. The first day of school is just around the corner. And while kids everywhere are dreading the end of their summer vacations, retailers are also welcoming the season with open arms.

Ahh yes, now that it’s August, it’s safe to say the back-to-school shopping season is in full swing, bringing with it an anticipated $828 billion in sales. To make that number a little more digestible, that boils down to about $606 in spending per family. Then multiply that by the more than 50 million kids currently enrolled in a public elementary or secondary school in the U.S. and you can see how this equation turns into a tremendous opportunity for brands.

So how can you tap into some of this spending? This infographic from The Shelf breaks down a few of those details so that your brand can make the most of this shopping frenzy.

An infographic by The Shelf