Are what you say and what you don’t say in agreement? Are you conveying a consistent message in all the ways you are communicating?
Photo by Kelly Neil on Unsplash Do I belong here? This is a question we ask ourselves all the time, […]
What if you were clearer about your intent and called check ups checks ups and check ins check ins?
Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash Leaders need to navigate uncertainty The future is uncertain. We are all wondering what […]
Feeling like you’re living on Zoom (or another video conferencing platform) these days? With the recent Zoom boom, there’s also a lot of talk about “Zoom fatigue.” The reason you’re feeling this might not be what you think…
The world has changed dramatically in just a few weeks, and so has business – both for you and your customers as you navigate the unexpected.
Businesses are having to think about their sales process differently so they can earn their customers’ trust and build upon the trust they’ve already earned with their clients.
So how can your business successfully adapt its sales strategy to be there for your customers now in a way they won’t forget?
As the pandemic has spread, I’ve observed something else spread across my home and native land and beyond: caremongering. This is a movement of kindness and good deeds, of community members taking care of one another. It’s a perfect example of the Third Facet of Trust-Centered Leadership, Caring, in action.
Original Photo by Julien-Pier Belanger on Unsplash By now, I’m sure you’ve figured out all of the remote meeting tricks. […]
Have you been playing “Conference Call Bingo” or “Virtual Meeting Bingo” as your new WFH game? We’ve developed a new version of the notorious virtual meeting bingo game. We’ve called it, “Remote Meeting Bingo: The Trust-Centered Edition” and you’re invited to play!
Nietzsche once said “There are no facts, only interpretation.” As someone who grew up focused on science and theories and […]