Want to know where your confidence lies? This Confidence Assessment takes you through 15 core confidence areas that are crucial to building this skill. You will rate yourself in each section, see your scores, and learn what the results mean and what you can do to build stronger confidence.
Want to know how well your delegation skills hold up? This Delegation Assessment takes you through 15 core delegation areas that are crucial to building this skill. You will rate yourself in each section, see your scores, and learn what the results mean and what you can do to become a stronger delegator.
How well are you managing business, career and your personal life? The Unbalanced Executive Assessment takes you through 15 facets of business, career and personal life to assess the balance between the three. Afterward you can see how you compare overall, what might be holding you back and what you can do to bring further…Details
The Value Based Networking Assessment is the perfect tool to get a snapshot at how to start improving your networking skills. Whether you are looking for a job or want to increase sales, this assessment and action plan will provide a great starting point. You will assess 15 core networking skills, view over an hour…Details
My friend Bob (not his name) recently found himself staring at unemployment. The start-up he was working for found itself no longer a start-up but a thriving, mid-sized firm listed on NASDAQ. This organization that was enjoying such success was doing so largely due to the leadership of Bob. The problem was that the company now needed a different kind of leader, a growth maintenance leader vs. a start-up leader and that isn’t Bob’s forte. So, he started looking around at who he knew in the industry and realized that it was tough calling on people who could help him find a new venture when he hadn’t had any reason to talk to them for, oh, about 3 years. And now, when he finally calls them, it’s to ask for a favor. Hmmmm.Details
Have you been down-sized or laid off and looking for a job? Are you making it through the interview process but not getting the offer? Can’t close the deal in your major account? Are you looking for an introduction to a potential customer or need a referral to a new accountant? What do those issues have in common? The common thread is: You need other people to help you.Details
The kind and depth of value you provide to your network will depend on where you are and where you want to be on the relationship path. There is a distinctive Relationship/Networking Path that ranges from a basic friendship to a strong advice and counsel situation.Details
So far we’ve discussed the first three steps of Value Based Networking, which are to create a networking baseline, network with purpose and add value to your network. The fourth and final step is to be a WOW! person. How do you that? By not allowing yourself to get stuck in an attitude trap and by transforming a normal event into a WOW event.Details
In our last article we discussed the first two steps of Value Based Networking, which are to create networking baseline and to then start networking with purpose. The next step – the third of four – is critical, because it’s what Value Based Networking is all about: Add Value to Your Network.Details