Leaders need to bring about change to their organizations by starting first with themselves.
Every interaction between salespeople and clients should serve to further the client’s understanding of the services on offer—and what makes them unique.
You need to be always looking out for ways to improve your team and address any problems that arise.
Momentum is mostly about keeping a rhythm. You can easily put rhythm into your lessons by thinking in terms of directional signs and changing landscapes on a good road trip.
Excerpt from “GAME CHANGER: How to Be 10x in the Talent Economy” by Michael Solomon and Rishon Blumberg (HarperCollins Leadership, September 2020).
“Cash Crunch” included a series of Webinars, short videos, and news flashes that showed business owners how to preserve cash for maintaining solvency through the COVID-19 rebound.
Feedback plays a role in how “face”—our sense of personal dignity, pride, and self-esteem—can be lost, recovered, and honored.
The key is for executives to inculcate an effective strategy, culture, and structure so that information can be found and used instantaneously.
Mentorship’s best practices can and do spark change: confidence, innovation, leadership, motivation, collaboration, a spirit of generosity, loyalty, and so much more.
You can start to use these methods right away, and they don’t cost a thing.