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How To Build A Superstar Consulting Brand With Damon Holowchak: Podcast #239

Consulting Success

If everything’s been done and everybody’s doing everything right, how can you stand out and build a superstar consulting brand? Michael Zipursky welcomes Damon Holowchak, the CEO of Super Collider Consulting Inc. The key is to identify what you stand for. Why do you do what you do?

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Supply chains: To build resilience, manage proactively

McKinsey

Supply chain upheavals show little sign of abating. Companies can address them by reconsidering outdated, short-term strategies and beginning the hard work of building structural resilience. Insights on Operations Supply chain management

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The department of bad behavior

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What if organizations had a division that simply did the bad stuff?

Don’t Just Pay Interns, Help Them Build Networks

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

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5 Questions for Team Building

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In this episode, we discuss five questions we use at Leadership Vision to frame constructive conversation and build awareness and relational rapport.

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The internet has provided all of us with an advanced class on using innuendo, piercing invective and anger to make a point with our writing. Now, instead of simply seething or ranting, just about anyone can write an email or a social media post that absolutely destroys someone else. To what end? If the goal is to persuade, it’s clearly not working. If we want to let someone know we’re upset, it might be easier to just say so.

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