Articles Tagged ‘Credibility’

Press Release: THE LEADERSHIP NOW WORKSHOP

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

THE LEADERSHIP NOW WORKSHOP: Sept. 13, 2013
A Special Service from Historical Solutions LLC & Dr. Dan Miller

Credibility is precious, elusive, and rare. An individual leader has to have it. An organization has to have it. And yet, valuable as it is, we know so little about getting credibility, keeping credibility, and using credibility.

What better topic for exploring credibility as a part of leadership than to probe into the current story of Syria, the United States, and the role of credibility in leadership?

How can I learn and know more about credibility and leadership? Attend the Leadership Now Workshop entitled “The Call I Can’t Ignore: Leadership and Credibility in the Story of Syria, the United States, and Civil War.”

What is this Workshop? You’ll be part of a small group that analyzes the leadership elements of this unfolding story in our lives. No politicking, no pontificating, no point-scoring from Left or Right. This is hard-core leadership learning with creativity, energy, and passion.

11am-1pm, Sept. 13, 2013. McCormick and Schmick’s. Downtown Indianapolis. $125 per person (lunch provided, follow-up provided). Registration required. Call 317-407-3687 or email dan@historicalsolutions.com to register. Very limited seating.

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Develop Your Networking Relationships

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Business people spend a lot of time networking, some times it is important to slow down and develop relationships with the people that you have added to your network. In the book “The 29% Solution” by Dr. Ivan R Misner and Michelle Donovan, they discuss tactics for building better relationships with your network members. The more we get to know our network members the more credibility we build with them.

Here are 5 questions to ask your network member that will allow you to develop a deeper relationship.

1. What would yo like to accomplish with your business this year?

2. What are your challenges this year?

3. What is standing in the way of your meeting yur goals?

4. How can I help you?

5. What do you need to help you be successful?

Pay attention to what you hear, make notes and set out to help your network member. It is important to spend time working on your network instead of doing more networking. The deeper you develop your network the more valuable it becomes.

Hazel Walker
Referral Institute, llc
BNI
hazel@bni.com

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