November 26, 2015

Diane Helbig

Diane Helbig

Diane Helbig is a Professional Coach and the president of Seize This Day Coaching. Diane is also the Co-Founder of Seize True Success, a coaching practice dedicated to working with franchisees.

As a certified, professional coach, Diane works with people in career transition, people starting their own business, salespeople who need and want to improve their skills, and business owners who want to create more successful business development strategies.

Diane is a Contributing Editor on COSE Mindspring, a resource website for small business owners, as well as a member of the Sales Experts Panel at Top Sales Experts.

Her story is featured in the book Chicken Soup for the Soul Power Moms.

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Do You Know How to Network Like A Teenager?

Want to learn to network for your business more effective? Just think back to your experience in high school. You may be surprised how much you knew back then about how to connect with others. Perhaps it's time to relearn some of those skills in your business today.

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The 59 Commandments of Business Networking

As a small business owner, you're bound to meet lots of people. And if you're not, you should. So, in your travels and during networking sessions, you'll be wise to follow these commandments.


The Importance of Open Discussion in Leadership

To understand the different kinds of leadership and the effects they have, we need look no further than our own elected officials. Here are some lessons we can learn from these observations and their applications to business.

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How To Create Successful Employees

If you're welcoming a new member to the team, to ensure they can be a long-term productive member of it is to introduce them to your company's culture and detail their roles right after they walk in the door.

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Encourage Customer Loyalty With Your Call Center

You may think having a customer call with a concern or complaint translates to bad news for your company, but nothing could be further from the truth ... assuming, of course, your call center is properly prepared.