Better Listeners Make Better Leaders!
How Well Do YOU Listen?
I’m an executive coach, trainer & speaker who helps people become better LISTENER’s. People can become better at listening to employees, customers and vendors.
I teach strategies and provide tools that work equally well for individuals, teams, groups and organizations.
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I also coach leaders to create cultures by moving from cultures of control to cultures of empowerment — resulting in highly motivated employees. My books Getting the Fish to Swim to YOU & Keeping Them in YOUR Boat and UpStream reflect my own growth achieved while owning and running successful companies. I believe that in today’s competitive market the key to attracting and retaining customers and quality employees is LISTENING.
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Word of Mouth Marketing Creates Customers who create customers. How to create a customer who creates customers. Regardless of your type of business, number of employees or who your … Continue reading →
How Well Do YOU Listen? FACT: Better listeners are better at influencing others… …says a recent Columbia Business School research study, LISTENING AND ORGANIZATIONAL INFLUENCE, CLICK HERE. The study … Continue reading →
03. February 2013 by Alan
Categories: Business leadership, Customer Experience, Human Resources, Listening Skills, Marketing, Non-profit, Recruitment & Re, Social Media/Busines | Comments Off on Become a Better Listener
Culture Leadership and Employees Caring Recently, I published a blog titled: “How to Get EMPLOYEES to CARE.” I received several emails from readers who shared experiences and examples of “employees” who cared, but “employers” who didn’t. To all who sent emails, … Continue reading →
26. September 2012 by Alan
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