Brush up on these skills before you launch a new business.
Hone your instincts. Learn how to get the information you need—as well as how to interpret it.
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Learn the art of decision making from entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 executives in Stanford University's free online course, Lessons in Decision Making.
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Don't be afraid to speak up to let your innovative ideas be known. Do your research, and share your vision.
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Be inspired to become an original thinker with Stanford University's free online seminar, Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders' Seminar.
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We do business with people we trust. Secure your reputation. Make people want to do business with you—and invest in your company.
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You'll be able to build an impeccable reputation after taking Massachusetts Institute of Technology's online course, Ethical Practice: Professionalism, Social Responsibility and the Purpose of the Corporation.
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Bring out the best in your employees by understanding their motivations.
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Try this self-directed Managerial Psychology course offered through Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Now that you've settled on a brilliant product idea, how do you find your customers?
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With UC Berkeley's online Marketing Research class, you'll learn how to conduct focus groups and surveys to uncover your most profitable customers.
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You've identified your customers—but how do you reach them?
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UC Berkeley offers another online course, Strategic Marketing, to teach you how to market your products.
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What is that saying, "Time is Money?" So why are you wasting it responding to emails in your overflowing inbox?
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Don't waste any more time on routine tasks. Build for tomorrow with Franklin Covey's webinar, the LiveClicks Time Management Series.
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You're only as good as the people around you. Select the best, and learn how to lead.
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With Franklin Covey's LiveClicks Leadership Series, you'll build enthusiasm among your employees, and gain their loyalty.
You may know what you want, but can you say it?
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Take The University of Texas at Austin's online course, Business Interpersonal Communication Skills, to strengthen your ability to influence others with effective communication.
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Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram. What does it mean? And, more importantly, what are your customers saying about you?
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Join in the dialogue and learn how to measure your social media success with MediaBistro's online course, Social Media Metrics. Just don't get addicted. You've got work to do.
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