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How To Create Lasting Consulting Partnerships & Relationships With Almira Bardai: Podcast #240

Consulting Success

The consulting business is a people business. Partnerships and relationships are vital to the growth of consulting firms.

Why Certain Consulting Firms Win Larger Projects (And How Yours Can Too)

David A Fields

Would you rather be like Connie or Vin? Constance Fidanse and Vincent Doehr are real people we work with (the names have been changed, obviously) and both have been running their small consulting firms for around five years.

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How to give effective feedback – principles and framework

The Management Centre

In this video, you’re introduced to 3 key principles of effective feedback. You’re then guided through the ABCDE framework which shows you how to prepare for and get the most out of your feedback conversations.

How To Create the Business and Life You Really Want In Your Second Act

Consulting Matters

Have you hit the top of your profession or exceeded your business goals and wondered what's next? Tune in for insights and tips on taking the daring leap into your second act and the dramatic change that can lead to greater success, significance, and happiness.

The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

Personal Branding For Consultants: Be Authentic To Get More Clients

Consulting Success

Personal branding for consultants: what is it, and why should you care? Many consultants are lost when it comes to building a brand. They think “branding” is all about their logo or their website. Now, your logo and website are a part of your brand. But your logo and website are only one piece of.

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Rethink, My Second Book, Wins Axiom Bronze Award For Best Women In Business Book

Simon Associates

I am thrilled and honored that my book, Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business , was recently given the bronze award for Best Women in Business Book by Axiom Business Book Awards. (My

How to Manage a More Experienced Direct Report

CaseInterview.com

One of the questions I get a lot from newer managers is: “How do I manage someone who is older and more experienced, knowledgeable, and talented than I am?” The people asking this question typically feel awkward managing someone who, by many measures, is more competent in a particular area.

When Shifting Strategy, Don’t Lose Sight of Your Long-Term Vision

Harvard Business Review

Short-term pivots are unavoidable. But if they don’t align with your big-picture plan, they’ll likely fail. Strategy Strategy formulation Leadership vision Mission statements Diversity and inclusion Digital Article

2022 Corporate Training Trends

Clarity Consultants

With every new year comes new trends. With 2022 a little more than halfway finished, some of 2022s biggest corporate training trends are still making waves. Plus, additional ones continue emerging, partially in response to how the working world continues to change post-pandemic.

The Surprising Effects of Business Vs. Leisure Travel

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Great Leadership from the Inside Out: The Incredible Power of Humility

Makarios Consulting

What does a great leader look like on the inside and why is it important? In this five-part series, we will be looking at “Great Leadership from the Inside Out” … because what is within you as a leader determines what comes out of your leadership.

Bad Decision vs. Bad Outcome

CaseInterview.com

A lot of people tend to judge the quality of a decision based on the outcome of the decision. This is a foundational premise that many (if not most) people hold that underlies their decision-making process.

What Leadership Development Should Look Like in the Hybrid Era

Harvard Business Review

Virtual tools allow for learning to be integrated into executives’ daily work. Leadership development Developing employees High potential employees Talent management Remote work Digital Article

Land More Clients By Showing How To Attract Great Employees

Forbes Leadership

As we come out of the pandemic, companies want to grow. But how can you grow without great people? Digital marketing strategist Thomas Young has strong advice for how your website can attract excellent employees.

The Ultimate Guide to Executive Recruiting

Sourcing the right executive candidates and filling key managerial roles in an organization can be difficult, even in the best of times. Download this eBook to level up your discovery process, talent sourcing, and strategies for reaching your best-fit candidates.

Location, Location: Choosing the Right Office for You

Tom Spencer

When applying to consulting companies , you will encounter a questionnaire that asks you to select your office(s) of interest. This process is unique to consulting, compared to some other industries.

2 Steps to Help Managers Enable Change in Their Team

Actionable

How do you get participants’ managers on board with supporting the change that your programs are designed to create? It’s a mouthful for sure. The context is you have participants currently enrolled in your program and they are learning new things.

4 Steps to Creating a Strategy in an Uncertain World

Harvard Business Review

Focus less on what your company can do and reimagine what it could do. Corporate strategy Strategy formulation Customer-centricity Digital Article

How To Succeed In Podcasting

Forbes Leadership

Five years ago, Jodi Katz, a respected voice in the beauty and wellness industry, started her now top-rated podcast, Where Brains Meet Beauty, as a way to network within her industry in a way that felt rightsized for her personality. Katz shares some tips for getting more success from your podcast.

12 Plays to Kickstart Your Recruitment Process

To stay ahead in this race, every recruiter needs a good playbook. In this eBook, we lay out 12 recruiting plays that can automate key steps in your recruitment process, helping you reduce both the cost and the time it takes to hire the best candidates.

5 Tricks for Managing Your Personal Motivation

Tom Spencer

Motivation directly affects how much you are able to achieve in a day. It also affects your mood, focus, and persistence in the face of setbacks. Managing your motivation, and knowing what to do when motivation levels are low, is therefore an essential life skill.

The secret of successful time management

The Management Centre

Everyone I know is busy. Seemingly busier than they’ve ever been – myself included. (A A product of life post-lockdown perhaps?) Home life, work life, social life, they’re all competing for our time.

Is Your Hiring Process Costing You Talent?

Harvard Business Review

Four questions hiring managers need to ask themselves. Hiring and recruitment Human resource management Talent management Digital Article

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Why Follow When You Can Lead?

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Remember being a kid? Remember campaigning to be the leader so you could pick your friends or play a particular position you wanted. As kids, the motivation to lead was often merely selfish. In the workplace, selfish behavior can be devastating.

12 Tips for Selling to the C-Suite

The question for sales pros is this: Are you ready for the challenge, and opportunity, of selling to the C-suite? The following 12 tips can help ensure that you and your team are.

Want to Get the Answers You Want?

Martinka Consulting

I recently got an email survey from our senior US Senator, Patty Murray. I’m sure she’ll use the results of the survey to state what her constituents want. However, there’s a catch here (or it wouldn’t be in this memo). Every poll or survey results I’ve seen recently say the top issues people are concerned about include: Crime Inflation The southern border. Think any of the above were on her survey? You’re right, none of them were on it. She’ll get the answers she wants to get.

Performance management – how to nurture your high performers

The Management Centre

Performance management is often conflated with how to manage poor performance. But it is also about managing good performance, and developing the people who are already doing well.

3 Ways Marketers Can Earn — and Keep — Customer Trust

Harvard Business Review

A recent survey found that only 34% of consumers trust the brands they use. Marketing Public relations Corporate communications Digital Article

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How SMEs can welcome the decade of Organizational Culture

Asamby Consulting

Welcoming the decade of Organizational Culture. This article will explore the rise of organizational culture as a key element for healthy organizations, and how it can become a competitive advantage for SMEs.

The Power of Conversation Intelligence

This eBook will answer all your questions and more on Conversation Intelligence (CI) by providing a complete overview and its need in Revenue organizations - delivering impact from your Sales Development Representatives all the way to the C-Suite.

Misconceptions Abound

Martinka Consulting

My wife had some friends over for dessert after they went out for dinner and a couple of the ladies were amazed (surprised) our younger dog was so gentle and friendly because she’s so big, 90 pounds. They assumed because she was big she’d be wild, aggressive, crazy, etc. In fact, she’s one of the calmest dogs around (and loves her belly rubs). We all have misconceptions on things. In sports the fans always think that one new player will bring a championship.

Personal responsibility

Seth Godin Blog

It’s complicated. Because we made it complicated. Our culture is built on the principle that people are responsible for what they do. And then we spend time and effort diffusing the responsibility. If you work for a company and are just doing your job, are you responsible?

Using Emojis to Connect with Your Team

Harvard Business Review

They can unlock a new level of communication in the remote workplace. Business communication Management communication Leadership and managing people Remote work Organizational culture Managing employees Managing people Motivating people Digital Article