As a leader, what role do you take in your own leadership development? If 2020 taught us anything, it was the importance of seeing the big picture without losing sight of the small details. This requires a tremendous skill in balancing priorities, energy, and focus. And while most great leaders can take pride in their ability to multi-task under stress, this year has really tested their abilities.
The big mistake repeated far too often by sellers throughout the global pandemic—and in any period of abrupt change—is believing that if you wait long enough and keep on working the way you always have, things will eventually get back to normal. That belief is a career killer now…
Interested in speaking in today’s virtual world to gain visibility and grow your consulting practice? If so, don’t miss Speak Up with Liz declifford on Jan 12th at 1pm Pacific. During this Zoom interactive session, you will walk away with a short speech that fits well into what works in today’s speaking world as well as tips for […]
Renew early and before the end of December, and you’ll receive a free pass to one of our Business Accelerator Labs. We have the following scheduled mid-day Pacific to capture ALL time zones around the world (each workshop is 2.5-3 hours): Speak Up with Liz declifford – Jan 12th at 1pm Pacific Write Now with Linda Popky – Feb 25th at […]
Work to cultivate greater feelings of kindness. Think of times when you felt a strong connection with someone—a meaningful conversation; a shared success or loss—and journal about the experience. This exercise will reinforce your sense of connection, and satisfy that human need to belong.
Renew early and before the end of December, and you’ll receive a free pass to one of our Business Accelerator Labs. We have the following scheduled mid-day Pacific to capture ALL time zones around the world (each workshop is 2.5-3 hours): Speak Up with Liz De Clifford – Jan 12th at 1pm Pacific Write Now with Linda Popky – […]
I don’t need to tell you that the 2020 global pandemic was a watershed year for change. But, what gets overlooked far too often is that the conditions for change—especially in sales—were apparent for years. Selling was ripe for disruption because, as the marketplace changed, the behaviours and assumptions of sellers did not.
According to a September 2020 report by McKinsey, “Because of the connection between happiness at work and overall life satisfaction, improving employee happiness could make a material difference to the world’s 2.1 billion workers. It could also boost profitability and enhance organizational health.”