“The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will.” Vince Lombardi
Our mission is to build connections between our clients and their potential customer base by creating a standard of excellence and providing top notch service while, fostering our teams’ growth through a rewarding and progressive environment.
The growth of our team members is our highest priority. We are passionate about delivering quality and results. Signature Inc values teamwork within our agency and strive for good partnerships across all platforms.
-We believe in sustainability, starting with our own offices and divisions.
-We believe in fostering creativity and entrepreneurial spirit daily.
You communicate more than you think. Every word you say or write, and the way you listen defines how effectively you interact with others. Some of us are born with a natural talent to say what we mean (and mean what we say) on paper, while others come into their own while standing in front of a lectern. Indeed, you may or may not be excellent at responding with sensitivity to the concerns of others, and this is down to how effective you are at listening.
This leads us to one question: what happens if you don’t naturally possess the ability to communicate efficiently? Here at Signature Inc., where our sales and marketing success is defined by our experience in listening to clients and talking to consumers, we know a thing or two about good communication. Below, you’ll find just some of the top tips needed to learn the skill of listening, when you possess it naturally or not.
1. Remember the importance of body language. When you’re listening to what someone has to say, body language is everything. It starts with a strong handshake. You also need to provide consistent eye contact to show you’re interested in their opinions. By taking the time to do this, you’ll soon find your audience is more invested in what you say in reply.
2. Pronounce words with precision. Through enunciation, which involves speaking with clear diction, and using vocabulary confidently, it’s easy to show every person you meet that you mean business.
3. Work on your tone. Finally, a good communicator will adapt their tone of voice to suit the environment they’re working in. You wouldn’t project your voice in a library, just like you wouldn’t speak in hushed tones when making a presentation in front of 25 people. Choose the tone that works best for the situation to ensure appropriate responses from those listening in.
In order to unlock the true powers of time management, you have to feel a desire to manage your time. Once you understand the benefits you will receive from time planning, only then are you able to motivate yourself to begin.
Did you know that by actively managing your time you could save up to two hours of your day? This means ten extra hours per week, which can dramatically increase the productivity of your business. Not only that, but you will experience a revolution in your personal life outside of work.
By controlling your own time, you will feel an enormous sense of empowerment that will only increase your self-confidence and give you a feeling of power over every aspect of your life.
By making that decision to recapture two hours of your day you can do anything you want: put in extra hours at the office, spend quality time with friends and family or even follow your own dreams.