Check out the short…
“With 30% of employees surveyed saying they are likely to change jobs if required to return to the office on a permanent basis, return-to-work strategy has high stakes for businesses — particularly in the tight market for talent.”
I’m very curious to know what anyone is willing to share about their perspectives and plans as leaders. Thanks.
(Originally published at The Conscientious Capitalist)
Since being invited to join earlier this month, I’ve only been able to find time to drop in to a handful of Rooms. These are my early thoughts. I’d love to see yours.
Top on my list is getting to listen to interesting people…
It’s mystifying to me how, in 2021, I can still be getting emails (and InMails) with subject lines like:
“Can you direct me to the right person?”
“Did you receive my last email?”
The only thing those emails have motivated me to do is to ask the sales and marketing…
(Originally published at The Conscientious Capitalist Blog)
Marketers flocking “…to whatever is popular until they ruin it,” isn’t new.
What is new is the generation of young entrepreneurs I see who want to make the world a better place while they still make money building great companies.
They get it.
Telling the truth. It’s one of the first lessons we teach our children, isn’t it? We do that because we know that truth is fundamental to earning the trust of others. In business, it’s how people we encounter earn the honorific of Trusted Adviser.
I was fired once for refusing…
Dr. Stephanie Hinshaw’s article really spoke to me, and so I created the meme with her permission.
Is there anything more important to a company’s success than leadership?
Has there ever been a time when the importance of leadership was as evident as it is now?
What kind of leader…
What does it take to make quota? It starts with things often out of the control of your sales people. Things like product-market fit, good market segmentation, an understanding of buyer personae, and more.
When it comes to executing a sales process, that’s on sales.
Here are my thoughts in…
There are a handful of universal constants that determine the success of any organization. They include things like visionary leadership, product-market fit, competitive differentiation, and great people.
Sales, however, is ultimately what determines an organization’s success.
Sales is the alpha and the omega; the beginning or the end of a…
….plus Kat Cole’s vision for a kinder capitalism.
It’s still a bit surprising how often I hear a sales process defined in terms of numbers of touches; i.e., how many emails, voicemails, InMails, etc.
I learned a long time ago that “the numbers game” is certain to do one thing…