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Sonakshi Babbar

Sonakshi Babbar is a communications and marketing expert and the co-founder of employee engagement and wellbeing platform Anxyz. She has worked with leading Australian not-for-profit organisations and was a journalist for Hindustan Times and the UK's New Musical Express magazine. Sonakshi specialises in writing about technology, business, health, music and arts.

Having great connections with the people we work with every day can shape our entire experience of work, and in turn, impact our overall happiness.

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The silver lining is that the rapid migration to digital technologies accelerated by the pandemic has opened up new growth opportunities for some start-ups

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We look at the tools and technologies professional services firms may need to navigate the new normal.

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Virtual assistants. Voice bots. AI bots. These terms are used interchangeably. Simply put, chatbots are “computer programs that can engage in human-like conversations by text and voice.

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In just a few years, the Google Analytics tool has gone from being “just another toolbox” for businesses to an integral part of understanding customers and industry trends.

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Andrew Mellett, CEO of legal technology firm Plexus.

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Developing an online review management process, which will not only help in managing negative feedback for small businesses, but potential turn it into a positive for the organisation.

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Good news for introverts: being an introvert does not affect your ability to network and connect with others. You just might need to go in with a plan.

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In order to overcome fear of rejection, the first step is building resilience to the word “no”.

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