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Better Listeners Make Better Leaders! How Well Do YOU Listen?

If you’re anything like me, you’re probably tired of all the mediocracy around us. And, when you experience greatness in others, you recognize it instantly. All of us can become models of greatness by sharpening our listening and marketing skills and, moving from a culture of command and control to one of empowerment.  My presentations resonate these concepts and are geared toward helping people become great leaders and stronger influencers.
My services are available via:
• Keynotes                                              • Speeches
• Presentations                                      • Seminars
• Workshops                                          • Books
• Articles                                                 • Consulting, Coaching & Training

Contact me by phone or email anytime you’d like to learn more.


The Best Customer You NEVER Had!

Customer Relationship

  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

29. October 2013 by Alan
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Become a Better Listener

Listen Logo (smaller)

  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

Why EMPLOYERS Don’t (Appear to) CARE…Culture Leadership

Fear of Culture Change

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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