Without trust, a leader is dead in the water. Building trust as a leader requires focusing on things that create trust among your people. Here are 5 conditions that will make or break trust. This episode is based on an article published in Forbes by Nadidah Coveney of the Forbes Council.
Without the confidence to communicate effectively, many managers and leaders can feel inadequate and be perceived as ineffective. Without the confidence to communicate clearly, efficiently and directly, most business owners miss the opportunity to reach a superior level of team performance. Today, we discuss the benefits and approaches to communicating more confidently.
Today, your Business Wingmen are going to talk about planning, time management and accountability. We call these "The big three." To guide our discussion, I will be interviewing my co-host, Will Robertson. Will Robertson is the founder and CEO of Performance Strategies - a coaching, training and consulting firm in Orange County California. Since 1985 Performance Strategies has coached and trained over 120 company teams plus hundreds of executives on how to improve business results.
One of the biggest struggles for most business owners is the feeling that they have to be good at everything involved in running their business. In truth, there are specific management areas that will drive 80+% of their results. This show discusses 5 of the biggest ones.
Company events on company time can be positive or negative depending on key manager behavorial decisions. This show looks at an example and what can be done to address the fallout before it does real damage to your company culture.
This show deals with marketing and it's effectiveness at communicating with prospective clients. People make purchase decisions based on specific criteria that's important to them. Businesses need to understand what this criteria is and how to successfully communicate to people who think this way.
The 'book' has been called the 21st century business card. Our guest today is Michael Ashley, owner of Ink Wordsmiths. He specializes in writing and editing books for his clients to elevate their profile, galvanize their brand, and better connect with their prospects and customers alike by building trust. Listen in and learn how to transform your business's perception through the art of storytelling.
In this episode, "How To Win Customers and Keep Them Coming Back" you will learn make your sales communication more comprehensive, substantial, and precise. We are previleged to have John Kurth as our guest. With nearly two decades of consummate success as a globally based sales trainer, businessman, and entrepreneur, it’s little wonder that Huntington Beach, California-based John Kurth is among the nation’s leading business coaches. As President & Founder of Syntactics Sales Scripting®, it is his mission to help other sales executives, entrepreneurs, and salespeople to create winning sales scripts that enable them to close sale after sale.