Rules of Engagement
and audiences engaged in your message, products and services.
Here are some ideas that can help you stay on top of your game.
A Roadmap for
By Brad Federman
Do you want more from employees?
Do you want employees who truly
care and are enthusiastic? Federman’s
book shows you how to implement
an effective employee engagement
program that results in more committed employees, and a more meaningful
environment that builds stronger relationships with employees. $28-$32.
1 Is That a Projector in Your Pocket?
When you’re on the road and need to view video or images from a personal media
player, mobile phone or a camera, the Optoma PK100 DLP Pico Pocket Projector
is ready at hand and easy to use. It’s smaller than many smart phones and digital
cameras so you can carry it in your purse or pocket. Users can share videos and
images up to 60 inches in size and batteries run for up to two hours. $149.
2 get Smart—to get the Job Done Smartsheet, the Power of Done, is an online application that makes it fast,
easy and productive for people to work
together using a collaborative solution of
sharing information and tracking progress. Smartsheet is available for work
management solutions, such as project
management, marketing and human
5 get Personal
Build a relationship that
will keep your custom-
ers coming back. Dare
to Caresm cards are
personal, unique and let
you stay in touch, whether you’re start-
ing a new relationship or expressing
gratitude over a lasting one. $16 per
package of 25 cards.
3 Take Charge
Chargepod by Callpod lets you charge up to six mobile devices with just
one outlet. The Chargepod Value Pack is compatible with 3,000-plus
devices and supports various devices, including PDAs, headsets, GPS and
more. It’s lightweight, travel ready and includes a carrying pouch, car
charger, a chargepod base unit, and much more. $59.95. www.callpod.com