Honored to be a guest on the Lead to Succeed podcast with Rebecca Jenkins in which we discuss leaders who are leading with self-awareness and how that helps them better communicate and build trust with their teams.
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If you want to cut costs on IT hardware, don’t settle for cheap but old or low-quality machines. They’ll offer subpar performance, which will hurt your team’s productivity. What’s worse, they’ll break down often, too, which means the money you initially saved will go to repairs and upgrades.

در مسیرتان به سمت خانه در کدام پمپ بنزین توقف می‌کنید؟ آیا باید یک جفت کفش جدید یا لباسشویی خریداری کنید؟در طول روز با دهها تصمیم سر و کار داریم. برخی از آنها وقت گیر و مهم هستند؛ ولی برخی دیگر در کسری از ثانیه گرفته می‌شوند. تنها تعداد کمی از ما به زمان و هزینه این تصمیم گیری‌ها و

If you’re looking for a way to connect your remote or hybrid team, you can’t go wrong with Microsoft Teams and Google Meet, two of the most popular digital communication platforms today. Each offers a robust set of features that make communication among colleagues, as well as with clients and business partners, easier and more efficient.

Anyone who has ever been responsible for revenue generation at a professional services firm understands that their revenue model is fundamentally different than a product-based company because they are selling an intangible. And while it is a common misconception that their sales cycles are longer, services companies do face many distinct revenue hurdles that often lead to broken revenue strategies.

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Kip Boyle discuss:

  • Becoming a professional who sells and serves people in the process. 
  • The changing of traditional selling techniques. 
  • Creative marketing to connect with your community. 
  • The unique, human connections of podcasting. 

Key Takeaways:

  • People don’t want to connect with companies, they want to connect with people. 
  • The selling techniques of yesteryear