Integrate Competitive Intelligence and Marketing: Jazz Up Your Presentations!

Last week I shared a book list which we used to supplement our AMA (American Marketing Association) course on Integrating Competitive Intelligence into Marketing. In the cooperative spirit, this list continues with 3 books to help you spruce up your communication and presentation skills. I love Advanced Presentations by Design: Creating Communication that Drives Action by Dr. Andrew Abela, associate professor …

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Cooperative Leadership: The White House Has a Blog!

The White House has a Blog, showing its intention to reach millions of Americans in this ere of social networking. President Obama embodies the attitude of cooperative leadership in his attitude of humility as he takes office, and reaches out to America a team of millions to bring us back.

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Integrating Competitive Intelligence and Marketing: Boost Your Interviewing & Elicitation Skills

This is a recommended book list from an AMA course I helped teach called: Integrating Competitive Intelligence and Marketing. The books include: What Every Body is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent’s Guide to Speed-Reading People; Take the Cold out of Cold Calling; Basic Interviewing Skills; Confidential: Business Secrets – Getting Theirs, Keeping Yours; Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind; The Discipline of Market Leaders; and Competitive Intelligence: How to Gather, Analyze, and Use Information to Move Your Business to the Top.

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Connecting Networlding and Cooperative Intelligence

Networlding is a lot like cooperative connection, a component of cooperative intelligence. Networlding is cooperative: networking is often collaborative. This is an important distinction. People know when you are giving to get. They also know when you are giving to give.

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Just Be Yourself

This is a great message to live by in the new year…Just Be Yourself! I don’t know who the author is, but I am grateful my friend Scott Brown forwarded it to me today.

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Extend a Positive Attitude for 2009

Many people suggested I use the words, “Collaborative Intelligence,” but that isn’t the intention or spirit I want to extend. Collaborative means that you are giving to get. Cooperative means you are giving to give. I will share a cooperative intelligence practice that will improve your positioning with your company’s leadership and co-workers. As an added bonus, you will also feel better about yourself. Maintain a Positive Attitude.
Cooperative intelligence integrates generous leadership, connection and communication, which helps anyone to “Listen and Be Heard.”

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Why Cooperative Intelligence?

This is my first blog defining cooperative intelligence, since it’s not a commonly used set of words. Cooperative intelligence is a holistic solution which integrates generous leadership, connection and communication to make us stronger individuals regardless of our profession. It incorporates emotional intelligence and appreciative inquiry to make us more balanced individuals.

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