This month’s webinar in my Executived Mentoring Group was on Authentic Networking.
If you missed it, you can WATCH THE REPLAY
Watch this live webinar replay if you want to:
- Get better and more comfortable at networking
- Find tools and a structured approach to make networking feel more valuable
- Understand how to meet new people in a way that is meaningful and genuine
- Set realistic networking goals for yourself that will fit into your schedule
- Get ideas to stay in touch with people and build value into your network over time
Successful People Get the Most Help
Building a network of support is vital to your career and business success. Read More
I’ve been talking about Networking a lot recently as the topic in My Executive Group this month is Authentic Networking.
One of the questions that came up is, “How can I work more effectively with introverts? I can’t seem to get them to engage.”
As a business leader, but also an introvert myself, I can relate to both sides of this. Read More
The issue with detail-addicted executives
I frequently hear this issue from mid level managers:
What do I do when my boss requires even more detail than I do? and knows more detail than I do? I’m afraid of losing credibility if I’m not as detailed as my boss. Read More
I often share an idea that if you are feeling stuck, or down, or distracted and can’t seem to get into motion and make progress, try to move something (anything) small forward.
The feeling of moving forward creates positive momentum that you can then build on. Read More
Every few weeks, I have conversation with someone who says, something like,
“I’ve been reading your blog and listenting to your webinars for years, do you ever do corporate work? ” or
“Do you ever consider doing speaking engagements?” or
“I didn’t realize you wrote a book!”
It makes me laugh because for more than 10 years, I’ve been thinking that I’ve done a better job communicating about those things than apparently I have! Read More
“Who are your enemies?”
I have been asked that interview question for my whole life as I was growing my career.
I am recalling being in my twenties, sitting across the table from a grizzly and embittered executive who would ask me, “Who are your enemies?”
When I would fail to produce a list of enemies, the interviewer would look at me with disdain, like I was the most irrelevant person on the planet, implying, “How can you claim to be competent if you haven’t made powerful enemies?”
That scene seems so ridiculous to me now. Read More
Let’s face it – just because you decide to set clear priorities, and to think and work more strategically, doesn’t mean the rest of the world will back off and let you! All the demands, pressures, and crises will still come at you. Read More
One of the most important things we can all do as business leaders is give ourselves time to think.
Scheduling time to think in your work week (and life in general) is vital to your success and sanity — and your creativity and effectiveness. Read More
FIRST, Stop trying to be impressive
If you are in a situation where you need to be impressive… a job interview, a sales call, a negotiation, a presentation — one of the worst things you can do is to try, on purpose, to be impressive. Read More
One of the toughest parts of being a leader is deciding what to say YES to and what to say NO to …so that your team can actually accomplish the most important work instead of drowning in activity. Read More