Mon.May 20, 2019

The Secret Power Of Listening with Oscar Trimboli: Podcast #89

Consulting Success

Listening is the key to effective communication. To be in a consulting field entails you to be dominant in figuring out the pain points of your customers to provide the right solutions, and that involves deep listening.

3 Things Your Consulting Website MUST Do In 2019 (Checklist & Examples)

Tsavo Neal

“Designers/marketers have no idea what a website should do for a consultant.”. If you’re struggling to find a marketer or designer who understands what your consulting website should do, you’re not alone. Chances are you don’t know what your consulting website should do.

What’s the Hardest Part of Marketing Yourself?

The More Clients Blog

In my Fast Track Marketing System I divide marketing into seven very specific modules: 1. The Game of Marketing. The Mindset of Marketing. Marketing Messages (Your Value Proposition). Marketing and Selling Conversations. Written Marketing Materials. Marketing Strategies. Marketing Action Plans. All of these have their particular challenges. But in my experience in working with thousands of Independent Professionals, it’s #7 that seems to be the hardest for most people.

Three things you should know about the DACH consulting market

The Source

Our latest research into the consulting industries of Germany, Switzerland, and Austria reveals the region’s markets to be in good health, with strong levels of client demand right across the board.

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a High-Growth Company

Why do some companies grow at a double-digit pace every year, while others experience nominal (or even flat) growth year over year? Discover the common attributes that your High-Growth Clients have in common as they outperform their competition in top-line growth!

You Don’t Need to Meet Every Qualification to Apply for a Job

Harvard Business

Think of qualifications as a set of guidelines, not strict requirements. Job search Career planning Digital Article

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The Genesis of Conspiracy Theories

Henman Performance Executive Blog

Most humans hate ambiguity, and as Nat King Cole once said, “That’s a natural fact.” ” While most would choose to avoid uncertainty, a select few embrace it. The problem occurs when those who don’t welcome ambiguity lack the information that they need to understand what’s going on-especially during times of rapid change. The absence of […]. The post The Genesis of Conspiracy Theories appeared first on Henman Performance Group

Digital hygeine

Seth Godin Blog

“You do it like that?” ” Every day, we’re at our machines, clicking and swiping and typing. And it’s entirely possible that the methods you’ve developed are costing you at least an hour a day in wasted time. That your desktop isn’t supposed to have 2,000 files on it. That you don’t need to click the same sequence over and over to get through your inbox.

When Managers Take Their Stress Out on Their Employees

Harvard Business

It hurts productivity, creativity, and morale. Leadership & Managing people Leading teams Communication Digital Article

8 Ways for CEOs to Rethink Employee Engagement

1 to 1

“CEOs need to connect with their employees.” This statement shouldn’t take any business leaders by surprise. In past decades, though, it was hardly a requirement. These days, leaders of Fortune 500 companies and startups alike are taking a different tack.

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

R&D Spending Has Dramatically Surpassed Advertising Spending

Harvard Business

Especially at smaller companies. Research & development Marketing Finance & Accounting Digital Article

The Ethics of Smart Devices That Analyze How We Speak

Harvard Business

What information are tech companies collecting, and why? Security & privacy Digital Article

How One Health System Overcame Resistance to a Surgical Checklist

Harvard Business

A case study for effecting change in a change-averse industry. Change management Digital Article

When Women Compete

Harvard Business

We discuss how women think about and approach competition at work and get advice on how to keep our disagreements — and people’s perceptions of them — from turning negative. Guest: Leah Sheppard. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network. Gender Audio

The Most Engaged Employee in the World

Harvard Business

What her work and life might look like. Leading teams Motivating people Productivity Digital Article