Jill Schiefelbein

Jill Schiefelbein

VIP Contributor
Professional Speaker and Business Communication Expert

More From Jill Schiefelbein

Managing Employees

Taking a UX Approach for Retaining Your Best Talent

The same approach you take to serving your customers works with managing your best team members.
Starting a Business

The 12 Days of Start-Up: An Entrepreneur Holiday Carol

If you're a bah-humbug type you may not find this amusing. But if you can pull yourself out of your Scroogeness, you may just find yourself singing along.
Training

Bringing an On-Demand Mentality to Employee Development

What is your business doing to cater to employee development needs? Adopting an on-demand thought process is a good place to start.
Entrepreneurship

3 Steps to Defining Your Space

Multiple people-multiple businesses-can travel down the same lane. But only you can own your parking spot.
Project Grow

A No-BS Framework to Having an Effective Mastermind Group

Done right, a mastermind can give you different perspectives for solving business challenges.
Videos

4 Tips for Conversational Videos That Go Beyond the Talking Head

Video is easy to create but hard to do well. Follow these lessons for a better presentation.
Webinars

3 Webinars to Grow Your Business

Most webinars offered today aren't even really webinars. But there are three approaches you can take to make yours successful.
Sales

Don't Overlook the Sales Power of Knowing Your Audience

Do your due diligence research and communicate what you know so you can create a platform for building a long-term relationship.
Success

Little Things Equal Big Experiences

If you want your customers to keep coming back, and your employees to keep performing at a high level, you have to create these positive experiences.
Employee Retention

How to Retain Millennial Employees Through Workplace Equity

If you want to retain top talent, focus on establishing a culture with ample professional development opportunities, that empowers instead of commands, and that serves as a platform for innovation and intrapreneurship.
Communication

3 Phrases That Kill Intrapreneurship

As a manager, you want your employees to feel like owners. So avoid words that say the opposite.
Managing Employees

Two Words That Kill Your Relationship With Employees

There is a phrase we hear all too much that can have a corrosive effect on your company's innovation and team.