Why is it important that you, as a leader, get increased clarity on your personal vision, values, and virtues?
Since the beginning of 2020, your life has been turned upside down by a global health challenge, along with multiple economic and technology disruptions. Now, you have the Russian-Ukrainian crisis with its global repercussions on the 24/7 news cycle.
You must work intentionally, strategically, and purposefully to expand your leadership influence.
I wrote this series to help you get your personal vision, values, and virtues on track.
When disaster strikes, governments, organizations, communities, and individuals quickly respond to provide emergency relief. Unfortunately, these efforts are often marred by reports of corruption and theft. It is unimaginable that people will steal from the most vulnerable, and yet, it is a sad reality.
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I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but teens and young adults today have been in a funk for the last several years. Mental health continues to be an issue in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, since 2017, I’ve been watching a trend that...
“I don’t have time for fluff! I need a new sales growthstrategy for my business!”
I’m talking to Graham, the owner of a software development company. I hear the panic in his voice. “It’s more difficult than ever to get new business. Prospects are hesitant to spend money. The economy seems unpredictable.”
I ask a few more questions and listen to his concerns. Then, I talk about “trust” and “making a positive impact.” Over Zoom, I see him frown. That’s when he says, “I don’t have time for fluff!”
As a sales leader, do you echo Graham’s sentiments?