Most people avoid failure for a variety of reasons, but in this coming year, I hope to fail in a few big ways. Failure #1: Not Playing It Safe Take a poll of your professional circle and ask how many people are willing to go to the limits and beyond Continue Reading
After taking a behavior profile test, I was excited to discover more insights into my actions and motivations and use the knowledge for professional growth.
Objections are not bad and do not need to be “overcome” by a battle of the wits. Understand the value of objections and use them to to your advantage.
Positive feedback to subordinate employees is a hallmark of effective leadership. Become the supervisor that encourages growth with positive feedback.
Despite the reach of email, asking in person is a significantly more effective approach; you only need to ask six people in person to equal the power of a 200-recipient email blast. Still, most people tend to think the email ask will be more effective. https://hbr.org/2017/04/a-face-to-face-request-is-34-times-more-successful-than-an-email Connect with me for Continue Reading
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