Posts Tagged ‘success’

Choose Wisely: Why You Need to Be THE Choice for Your Customers

December 6, 2017

Gene Hammett
Writer, Speaker, Strategic Consultant
www.genehammett.com

Gene Hammett works with companies from small businesses to large corporations to discover new strategies for growth. He presents his ideas on becoming THE choice, not a choice, and unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit by activating internal brand ambassadors for companies.

His podcast, Leaders in the Trenches, has been recognized by Inc and Entrepreneur for its insight on marketing and sales leadership. Gene is also the author of The Trap of Success: A Brutally Candid Guide to Overcoming Your Fears, Finding Significance, and Achieving Profound Success. He is a regular contributor to Entrepreneur and has been featured in Forbes, Success, Business Insider, and Inc.

In this podcast, Gene talks about why it is so important to stand out from the noise and be THE choice for your customers. He discusses common mistakes, and describes the six principles that help you resonate and emotionally connect with your audience.


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When Engagement Is Not Enough: How Ingagement Leads to Greater Profitability and Success

April 19, 2017

Evan Hackel
Founder and Principal
Ingage Consulting
www.ingage.net

Evan Hackel, creator of the concept of Ingaging Leadership and author of Ingaging Leadership, is a successful businessman who has started more than 10 companies. During his tenure at CCA Global Partners, he ran a $5 billion division. One of his signature achievements was turning around a bankrupt business in four years, more than doubling system-wide sales to exceed $2 billion. He is also CEO of Tortal Training, a Charlotte North Carolina- based firm that specializes in developing and implementing interactive training solutions for companies in all sectors.

In this podcast, Evan talks about going above and beyond the typical engagement to ingagement—involving input and involvement. He discusses the importance in differentiating between fact and opinion, tell us why listening for what’s right beats just listening every time, and blows away the myths as to why most managers don’t work at being ingaging leaders.


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