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Improv(ing) Collaboration: Soft Skills that Matter

This podcast was taken from our August, 2019 webinar “Improv(ing) Collaboration” with Elizabeth Hodos. 

Does your team know how to excel with change, innovate within time and resource constraints, and manage relationships and communications across the different departments in your organization successfully? Should they? 

Communications expert Elizabeth Hodos from HIL Training joins Eddie Gordon, courseware designer at Pragmatic Institute, and PragmaticLive to talk about how essential it is for product managers, product marketers, business leaders and their teams to build the soft skills that will separate the average businesses from the high-performing ones. Learn all about fostering a non-judgmental working environment that promotes trust and support, active listening for understanding and building curiosity, applying constraints and using blocking responses. 

Make sure you check out the webinar this podcast comes from, as well as our other podcast with Elizabeth Hodos. And subscribe today so you never miss out on any of our great resources.

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Building Awareness and Engagement with Online Community Events

How valuable are digital asynchronous events?

Pragmatic Institute’s online community lead Georgina Cannie joins Rebecca Kalogeris, vice president of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, to talk about how to use online community events to foster elevated engagement and brand awareness.

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Journey to Becoming Data-Driven in the Financial Industry

How are financial institutions using data and data science to create better products and offer better services for their customers?

Senior vice president of financial and strategic analytics at Dime Community Bank Gavriel Giloni joins Rebecca Kalogeris, vice president of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, to talk about the importance of gathering and using data to improve a financial institution. By having a dedicated data team creating and building reports, product professionals are able to spend more time identifying and implementing opportunities and less time finding that information. But navigating the restrictions regarding financial data can prove difficult. Listen to this podcast to see how Gavi and his team are building a data-driven foundation for Dime Community Bank. 

Want to learn more about data science at the business level? Check out The Business of Data Science, designed specifically for business leaders who want to bring a data-driven culture to their organization. And make sure you subscribe today so you never miss a great episode of Pragmatic Live!



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A Market in Search of a Product

Many companies today focus on creating a product and then finding their market, but is that the best way to go?

Product marketing expert Kevin Krusiewicz of Marketing Trail Guide joins Pragmatic Live host Rebecca Kalogeris to discuss the importance of understanding your market before creating and marketing your products. Understanding who is going to use and buy your product, performing market research and really understanding the different buying journeys of your personas ensures that you’re not building and marketing a product in search of a market, and are instead creating and presenting a product a market has been searching for. 

Want to learn more about market research, persona building and product marketing? Check out our Foundations and Market courses. And make sure you subscribe today so you never miss a great episode of Pragmatic Live!

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Soft Skills for Success

How well does your team communicate? How well do you collaborate? Are you sure?

Communications expert Elizabeth Hodos joins Pragmatic Live host Rebecca Kalogeris to talk through some of the fun and engaging ways she’s developed to help teams learn to communicate and collaborate better. Through her exercises, you’ll begin to see where your team’s communication is lacking, when you’re talking over each other instead of listening, and how to best remedy those issues so you can have more productive conversations. 

Want to learn more about using improvisational theater techniques to improve your team’s soft skills? Check out our recent webinar with Elizabeth Hodos, “Improv(ing) Collaboration.” And make sure you subscribe so you never miss out on any of our great content. 



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How to Launch and Grow a Subscription Business

How to Launch and Grow a Subscription Business

Thinking about implementing a subscription-based product in your business? Then it’s time to listen to the master. 

 

Pricing guru Mark Stiving explains what you need to understand to build an effective subscription model. Learn the five basic KPIs involved and how to improve your chances of long-term viability. Mark also walks through the three revenue buckets you’ll need to manage, the revenue bucket that’s most important to rapid growth, and the four ways to grow the most important bucket. 

 

This podcast was taken from our July, 2019 webinar “How to Launch and Grow a Subscription Business.”


Make sure you check out Mark’s subscription growth calendar, watch the webinar version of this podcast, and sign up for August’s webinar where communications expert Elizabeth Hodos will be showing you how to enhance your collaboration and communication soft skills using improvisational theater techniques.

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