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4 minutes | a month ago
Five Key Strategies for Giving Employee Feedback
I have been asked by leaders managers and supervisors over the last 30 years is employee feedback necessary and Important. Today I would like to share with you 5 Key Strategies for Giving Employee Feedback. 1. Have a Standard Time for Giving Feedback? The timing of your feedback is very important, so you want to take this into consideration. Setting date for regular scheduled feedback is important for the continual improvement of your employee. If your employee is not in a good mindset or if you are not in a good mindset, waiting till the mood is neutral will provide a more conducive environment to reinforce or redirect employees using constructive feedback 2. Preparation is Crucial Your preparation for each employee should be thorough before you provide them with feedback. The way you approach each team member will certainly be different according to the feedback that you deliver. When you are prepared your team members will notice by the amount of information you provide them regarding their work. This helps the feedback to be meaningful for the employee’s continuous improvement. 3.Provide Specific Examples for Improvement In order for any feedback to be effective you must present the employee with specific examples on what needs to be improved as well as examples of what is going right. This will help them to focus on their strengths repeating the tasks they are doing well, while working on their weaknesses. 4. Be Transparent and Real In the world we live in today transparency is crucial in producing improvements and creating a happy work environment. The feedback that you provide should be honest and genuine. You want to make the employees feel comfortable receiving feedback from you. Your actions will speak louder than your words, so remember be yourself, your goal is to coach the team member to reach their highest potential! 5. Deliver Actionable Feedback In order for feedback to be effective you must make it actionable so that the employee knows exactly what they need to do to improve and what steps they need to take first. The goal is to avoid personal criticism on things that your employees can't change. Your feedback should always be motivational, positive and with a focus on what your employees can do to reach their goals and objectives. As you can see giving your employees feedback is crucial to building a culture of positivity. Your employees will love to come to work focused on constant improvement in a happier work environment. Those are some of my guidelines for effectively coaching and critiquing employees. If you’d like to hear more about how transformational leaders deliver feedback, I’d love to tell you! Reach out today and let’s chat together. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-267-6098 and lets schedule a call today!
17 minutes | 2 months ago
A Conversation with Career Coach Expert Paul Silitsky
Today on the Solutions Oriented Leader Podcast we have a conversation with career coach expert Paul Silitsky. Paul built the largest technology and sales recruiting firm in the country, winning “best places to work” 12 times. From entry level to top executives, he placed thousands of candidates in some of the country’s most well known companies.
4 minutes | 2 months ago
Is Employee Feedback Necessary
I have been asked by leaders managers and supervisors over the last 30 years is employee feedback necessary and important? Giving employee feedback is important for a number of reasons that will be discussed in this video podcast.
5 minutes | 2 months ago
5 Habits of Highly Engaging Teams
Engaging teams and leaders of those highly engaged teams understand that so much of life comes down to the habits and discipline of the team members. Highly engaged teams have systems and rituals they use to give them great results and you team can have the same results as well. If you want your team to be more engaged—well, there are some habits to form for that, too. I recommend these five, in particular: Plan to engage. It’s difficult to be engaging when you’re making everything up as you go along. Of course, you may find yourself in unexpected situations, with some surprise opportunities to talk to employees or to potential customers—but most of the time, you will have a chance to plan. Want to run an engaging team meeting? Take some time to plan your approach before the meeting. Want to engage a new client, rather than bore him to death? Plan your pitch in advance. Listen. Get into the habit of understanding before you try to make yourself understood. This means getting out of the habit of talking over other people or struggling to assert your point of view first and last. Make sure you always take time to figure out where other people are coming from. They Think win-win. One of the best ways to engage people is to present your case in a win-win manner—explaining not just why you want a given outcome, but why it’s also good for the other person. Be proactive about it; force yourself to always think win-win, and to lay out benefits and values. Focus on the outcome. Always know what kind of outcome you’re looking to achieve, and lead with it. Don’t bury the lead: Whether you’re talking to a customer or a team member, be upfront about what you hope to achieve. This will give your conversations direction. Follow up. Engagement is a two-way street—and while I don’t necessarily think you need to micromanage; I do think you need to give people room to ask questions or to offer you feedback. Get into the habit of asking for these things if you’re not already. Highly Engaged Teams Morning Rituals Morning affirmations and goals review One of my favorite leadership lessons comes from Stephen Covey's book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. The Habit is: “Begin with the End in Mind”. Many of the executives that I coach implement a morning ritual of positive affirmations while reviewing their goals. They see themselves achieving these goals as if the task has already been accomplished. They understand what most champions in sports and business have come to understand when they say. “When They Believe It, They Will See It!” The Walkabout Whenever I get to the office or even start my day virtually, I like to do a walkabout. There was a company in Argentina called Neutrona Networks International, where I was the executive coach for the founders and their management team. I would fly to Buenos Aires three times a year to work with the team and each morning when I arrived at the office, I did my walkabout. I went and greeted each team member in the company to exchange pleasantries and asked him if there was anything, they needed to do their job better. I also asked them about their families and how they were doing. If you want to be an engaging leader it's important to also understand this principle. “People do Business with People Who They Like Who are Like Them!” In other words, if your team truly like you and you are engaging and sincere, chances are they will work even harder to help reach the organizations and your goals. The Morning Huddle One of my favorite morning rituals and I believe to be one of the most important for any organization is the morning huddle. It's important to understand the philosophy behind the huddle. The goal is to have everyone on the team communicating with the leader what they will be working on for the week. It's also an opportunity for the leader to ask team members if they need any support to achieve their goals and objectives for the week. It's important to note that the morning huddle is not a meeting, in fact my team leader in Argentina contacted me and said the huddles were lasting too long. Our solution was to call it a coffee huddle, when the coffee is done the huddle is over! Think of a huddle in the National Football League, the quarterback calls the plays instructs the team what to do and says break and they come out of the huddle. I recommend that you have the huddle on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. This way you could start the week off communicating, check in with the team halfway through the week and on Friday review what had been accomplished and set the goals for Monday. I believe by implementing these morning rituals in addition to the five habits, you'll be well on your way to becoming a more effective and engaging leader. It takes time and diligence to be an engaging leader—and it takes the formation of good, healthy habits. Do you have any tips to add to this list on how you engage with your team or with your customers?
5 minutes | 2 months ago
Why Leaders Use Executive Coaching
As a keynote speaker I am constantly asked by audience members why leaders use executive coaching and should they hire a coach. Today I would like to share with you 6 benefits of executive coaching so you can make that decision for yourself and even the team you lead.
3 minutes | 3 months ago
Work Life Balance for Virtual Employees
How do balance work and Life while working remotely that's a question I get asked all of the time by my clients and its today's topic on The Solutions Oriented Leader podcast
4 minutes | 3 months ago
How to Make the Most of Your Time in 2021
Discover how to make the most of your time in 2021 and put the year of the pandemic behind you! In 2020 when much of the world as we know it shut down due to the pandemic, many of us found we had too much free time on our hands and we were not quite sure what to do with it. As an executive coach to Fortune 100 companies it became evident that my top-level clients were falling into time management traps. I believe there are 4-time management traps for leaders to avoid in 2021 that will enhance their success!
8 minutes | 4 months ago
What Happened to Employee Engagement In 2020
What happened to employee engagement in 2020? As a keynote speaker and an executive coach, I’ve been closely monitoring the changes taking place concerning employee engagement in our new world. As you think about your company’s own engagement standards and company culture are you thinking about ways to make improvements? Here are a few significant employee engagement trends that I have found to be interesting. It’s the big picture of what my virtual workshops have been focusing on going into 2021.
5 minutes | 6 months ago
Why The Power of Positive Thinking Is Not Enough
There is a reason why the power of positive thinking is not enough for success. In today's episode of the solutions-oriented leader podcast. We will examine why the power of positive thinking is only 50% of the equation towards reaching your goals. You will discover what else it takes in addition to the power of positive thinking to be successful!
5 minutes | 6 months ago
How to Engage and Lead Your Team Successfully
Would you like to know how to engage and lead your team successfully? This is the number one question I get asked by my executive coaching clients and audience members and its today's topic on the Solutions Oriented Leader podcast. I'm Dr Rick Goodman leadership, team building and business growth expert. Learning how to engage and lead your team successfully will lead to more productive and motivated employees in addition to a happy work environment. I'm here to tell you that effective leadership isn't something that you can achieve overnight. In fact, it’s something you can spend an entire lifetime mastering and The best leaders know that providing vision and motivation to a team isn’t something you ever “perfect,” but rather an area for continuous improvement. The real question is where do we begin? If you would like to know more about engaging and leading your team check this out!
3 minutes | 6 months ago
The Solutions Oriented Leader Top Leadership Books in Singapore
Dr. Rick Goodman with this special edition of the Solutions Oriented Leader Podcast. I hope you're staying safe wherever you are in the world. The Solutions Oriented Leader 'Your Comprehensive Guide to Achieve World-Class Results was chosen as one of the best leadership books in Singapore. The Top Best in Singapore is a respected guide to all the best things in one of the most progressive countries in the world. To have your book chosen as one of the best leadership books in Singapore is truly a great honor. The reviewers said, "The world needs more solutions-oriented leaders." And this book gives you specific action steps to achieve success. We are faced with problems every day. And the key to leadership success is to focus on solutions. The modern workplace and our new global reality pose many challenges. And the Solutions Oriented Leader provide you with specific solutions that you can implement immediately. The results can be unbelievable. The things that you can achieve are endless with the Solutions Oriented Approach. The reviewer said that he wanted to focus on four major areas that the Solutions Oriented Leader addresses. They felt you could gain success with these four areas. The Solutions Oriented Leader shows you how to implement transformational leadership tools to help you achieve balance in business and your life. It also helps you to utilize communication systems and increase employee engagement and workflow. It also helps you to develop positive attitudes that motivate your team and increases retention. And, how to handle conflict and manage workplace burnout. These are just a few of the topics in the book for a solutions focused leader who wants to achieve positive results by developing that solutions-oriented mindset. I'm excited that people around the world are focused on solutions because the world needs more solutions right at leaders than ever before. And the lessons in this book have stood the test of time. If you're interested in discovering how you can be a solutions-oriented leader, contact us to see how we can help you and your team achieve world-class results. Well, those are just a few ways to improve your leadership skills. Another one, contact me today and ask about Individualized Executive Coaching. You can contact me at www.rickgoodman.com or call 888-267-6098. The Solutions Oriented Leader book is also available to order online at Amazon or you can receive an author signed copy by going to my website at www.rickgoodman.com To all my friends around the world, stay safe and keep making it happen. Take care. Dr. Rick
4 minutes | 7 months ago
Strategies for Successful Virtual Presentations
Delivering a presentation is essential to the success of your organization that’s why it’s critical that you have the latest strategies for successful virtual presentations. I have been asked recently by C-Suite executives and associations about delivering successful virtual presentations and exactly what makes a presentation engaging and productive for the attendees. Having delivered hundreds of presentations virtually in the United States, South America, Europe, and Asia I have discovered three key elements that are the cornerstones of a successful virtual meeting. What Are the Components of a Successful Virtual Presentation? The three key components for running a successful virtual presentation are real-time actionable content, audience interaction and stable reliable virtual technology. Let's Take a look at each one of these elements and see how they contribute to a successful virtual presentation. Real-Time Actionable Content Content is King and you must have good content in addition to having a strategies for successful virtual presentations. Solutions oriented leaders need real time actionable information to make accurate decisions in an ever-changing global work environment. Delivering accurate real time information is one component of a successful virtual presentation. The other component is to make sure that your attendees receive actionable takeaways during the meeting. It has been proven that when actionable takeaways are included in a training program or keynote speech, it increases the attendee's attention span and they become highly engaged! Audience Interaction Audience interaction needs to be one of the cornerstones of your strategies for successful virtual presentations. When conducting a virtual presentation, it is imperative that the delivery is highly visual. There are different ways that you can increase interactivity in your meetings. You can incorporate polling, hand raising, Q&A, and other interactivity in the program to enhance the experience and deliver a great ROI! When I'm delivering a virtual program whether it's a training session or a keynote speech, I always give the attendees information on how they can contact me after the event to answer any questions. This way the lessons and skills learned by the attendees in the program will have a better chance of sticking and being implemented at work. Stable and Reliable Virtual Technology Successful virtual meetings rely on technology. This means the platform that you're using must work and you also need to have a backup plan in case things go wrong. And they will! Whether you're using Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype, or a proprietary program things can still go wrong, and you must master the technology. Experienced and professional speakers generally have a tech team to create landing pages, registrations, and email reminders to enhance the attendee experience. Also, it's important that the quality of your program stands the test of time. This means audio quality, lighting, background setting and overall ease of presentation are critical. Many companies and organizations are also requesting prerecorded programs to assure the successful delivery of their program while avoiding possible technology glitches. These are just a few major components that you should focus on to assure that your next virtual presentation is a huge success! For the first time since 1995 Dr. Rick Goodman is making his Executive Coaching and Business Growth Processes available to a select group of entrepreneurs who want to achieve certainty in their business and their lives. This special membership only group is “The Solutions Oriented Mastermind” and space is limited. For more information and to see if you qualify go to www.solutionsorientedmastermind.com or contact us at 888-267-6098
7 minutes | 8 months ago
How to Find The Best Lobster Roll in America
This weekend I discovered how to find the best lobster roll in America fifty yards from my hotel. I would like to share my experience with you and why I believe out of the hundreds of lobster rolls I've had in my life around the Unites States this was by far the best! I decided this January to finally sell my house and make some major life changes. I had built it over 18 years ago and I wanted to let another family enjoy “The Goodman Groves”. Little did I know that my house would sell in three days in the middle of a global pandemic and I would have to relocate immediately. This did not leave me with much time to find my new dream location on the water. My good friend and speaker buddy Bruce Turkel suggested I give myself a chance to breathe before making a kneejerk decision, because now I was literally homeless! My whole life I have focused on solutions, not problems because anybody can point out a problem and sometimes when you're in the middle of it you can't see the solutions. I'm glad I listened to my buddy Bruce and decided to breathe and look for a short-term fix to achieve my long-term goals. Driving down Interstate 95 I decided to get off on Commercial Blvd and head towards the beach. When my car crossed over the intercoastal bridge something weird and special happened. I could literally feel the stress leaving my body. In a split second I knew I was in the right place. As I continued driving East towards the beach I looked forward and saw a sign at an archway entrance. It was the last stop sign where I was about to make a left before arriving at the beach. The sign above the archway entrance to the beach said. Relax ... you're here Lauderdale-By-The-Sea This was the perfect place to spend a time out. To think, regroup and design my plan to move forward. Rarely have we had an opportunity in our lives for a time out! Selling my house in the middle of a pandemic when much of life as we knew it was put on hold. This was a blessing! In fact, I found the most perfect location fifty yards from the ocean at an amazing hotel called The El Mar Boutique Hotel, where I had been the only tenant for a month. How could this get any better? Until it did! This past Saturday I was feeling a little bit down, maybe even sorry for myself because I was not making progress as rapidly as I would have liked on several projects. This is a problem for many high achievers. When I feel this way, I know I'm going to be dealing with one of my major challenges in life ... Stress eating! Oh yeah, “I eat a lot of stress along with pizza pies” as the late comedian John Candy would say. Just before I left my hotel, I was having a conversation on the phone with a friend of mine Silvia who is a fashion designer and of owner of Olivia Preckel Fashions. She was having a trunk show on Nantucket island and told me she was going to have a couple of days free before returning home. I suggested that while she was there, she get a lobster roll, because they have some of the best ones in the United States based on my travel experiences. My goal today was to learn how to find the best lobster roll in America. Off I went walking from my new place to the downtown area which was packed on this beautiful Saturday at the beach. As I walked past multiple restaurants that I pass every day I could not decide. What was I going to stuff into my face to make me feel better? Note to anyone reading this, watching On YouTube, or listening to the podcast; the gratification is instant, but the consequences of overeating are long term. After walking by what seemed to be 20 restaurants I headed directly to my favorite sign on the beach: Relax ... you're here Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Now you should know that just to the right of the sign is a long fishing pier heading out to the ocean. At the entrance to the pier is a small restaurant with outside tables overlooking the beach and a few tables that are inside - outside. Giving you just enough shade while allowing you the experience of sitting on the beach. The name of the restaurant is the Anglins Beach Cafe. Out front is a chalkboard sign and the first two items on the list are New England Clam Chowder and of course a Lobster Roll! That's it, I figured I must be getting some type of message from the universe and I looked for a seat. The restaurant was doing a great job of social distancing with only three tables being used for the inside outside accommodations. I did not know what I was in for yet, however once I sat down the stress truly started to leave my body. The waitress walked over with her mask on delivering the menus to my table. I made my decision the minute I saw the sign and ordered the lobster roll. As I looked out over the ocean and the beach with distress leaving my body, I reflected on the choices I had made to take a timeout, regroup, adapt, and move forward. Sometimes, in fact most times in my experience I have found that I needed to slow down in order to move forward. This time in history would be no exception. As if the seafood heavens opened and the Angels started singing my waitress delivered the most beautiful lobster roll and plate I had ever seen. When I took my first bite of this delicious roll, looking out over the ocean and reflecting on my decisions and choices I realized I was eating the best lobster roll in America! In fact I learned how to find the best lobster roll in America. Still in deep reflection in the middle of this experience I knew there was a lesson to be learned about the best lobster roll in America. My lesson is that our experience is what we make of it! We are the captains of our ship, our lives, and our beliefs. I hope the next time or the first time you have a lobster roll it's the best one in America wherever you are in the world because the choice and experience is up to you. Keep making it happen! Dr Rick
5 minutes | 8 months ago
How to Remove Common Remote Working Mistakes
Millions of people around the world has had to learn to work remotely since the pandemic has begun. Its more important than ever before that we learn how to remove some common remote working mistakes.
4 minutes | 9 months ago
Why Virtual Soft Skills Training is Critical in Today's World
Virtual soft skills training is critical in today's world with the increased number of employees working from home. Many companies and organizations have had to adapt to the new normal and the uncertainty we face. Businesses continue to move forward and the need for hiring new employees and onboarding them successfully is essential. To help meet the demands of an ever-changing workforce the need for virtual soft skills training and leadership coaching is critical to engage your team and move them forward in a positive direction.
5 minutes | a year ago
How to Create Successful Virtual Meetings
Companies and organizations around the world have had to pivot especially when it comes to virtual meetings using technologies such as zoom, Skype and Microsoft Teams to stay connected since the outbreak of the corona virus. Employees still need to be updated on the changing landscape and direction of their organization and its outreach to their customers. Creating a successful virtual meeting takes planning Creating a successful virtual meeting takes planning and is an art. Many different elements must be utilized to optimize the experience and create engagement for the employees. I have identified 7 strategies for creating successful virtual meetings that when implemented your results will be much improved . 7 Strategies for Creating Successful Virtual Meetings Create a detailed outline, Do your homework. Organization is the cornerstone of creating a successful virtual meeting. By creating a detailed outline including exercises, polling and question and answers planned out in advance you will be able to keep the attendees engaged and on topic. It is essential to have a guideline to ensure all the vital content is covered. Also, it's important to design companion material for employees to support the virtual training long after the meeting is over. Understand the goals and objective outcomes of the meeting. When planning your virtual meeting it's important to have a clear understanding of what the primary goals and objectives are for the attendees. This will keep you focused on the material any interactivity and engagement necessary to achieve outstanding results! If your team needs to learn specific skill sets during the virtual meeting, you can incorporate exercises, discussion topics, and real-world examples that can help them develop those skills. Make sure to communicate details about the meeting/training well in advance. It was one said that “luck is when preparation meets opportunity”. If you want the full participation and engagement of your team for the virtual meeting you must prepare. Make sure to constantly communicate the details of the meeting and the benefits of the attendees for showing up. Since so many of us are operating remotely sending out reminders, emails an including the details in your company newsletter and message board will help to assure full participation. Make it easy to access. Your virtual meeting should be easy to access, even for team members who are not tech savvy. Access and navigation should be simple and straightforward, and everyone should know how to log onto the system to attend the live event or webinar. Another alternative is to record the virtual event and upload it to the company's website for future reference or for those who have missed the live event. In addition, some companies may prefer a recorded version to assure there are no technology glitches for their live meeting. Include polling, Q&A, and interactivity to drive engagement Creating a virtual meeting or event is always enhanced when polling, Q&A opportunities and interactivity of the attendees are included. Many times, using breakout rooms and pre-planned interactivity drives retention and assures a positive experience and results for the attendees. Encourage and promote group collaboration on social media. Social media platforms such as Facebook and LinkedIn can be valuable tools in supporting collaboration and discussion before, during and after the event. Entertaining questions from people who are on the platform or watching the live stream enhances the meeting and encourages and motivates the attendees to collaborate long after the event is over. Avoid information overload. When delivering a virtual meeting it's easy to want to pack 25 pounds of information in a 5-pound bag. That's a mistake! Try to keep the sessions as short as possible and include only the information that is necessary. It's important to still have fun to keep the attendees engaged while staying on topic. I believe if you follow these seven strategies for creating successful virtual meetings you will find that your attendees are more engaged, motivated, and productive, even if they are operating remotely. Since 2006, Dr. Rick has successfully delivered virtual programs for his clients the United States, South America, Asia, and Europe. The Solutions-Oriented Virtual Experience™ is a unique and powerful process designed to deliver phenomenal results, your team will be highly focused refreshed and reenergized to serve your customers. To Book Dr. Rick for your next virtual meeting or for more information contact us at email@example.com or call 888-267-6098 or check out or website at www.rickgoodman.com
2 minutes | a year ago
Its Time to Bounce Back
Hi, Dr. Rick Goodman here and it's Monday, it's time for some motivation and today I'd like to discuss you bouncing back. That's right, it's time for you to bounce back and get in the game again. The other day I was in my backyard and in the good mangroves. We've got a lot of coconut trees and those coconut trees were filled to the top. In fact, one or two of them were bending over completely. So, we called up the person that comes over and climbs up the tree and he cut down those coconuts and let them down with a pulley. And about two hours later, those coconut trees were standing completely tall and strong. They were completely erect when they were bent over before Well, a lot of us get stressed out. We feel like we're being bent over we feel like we're going to snap and we're not going to make it happen. But you know what, you are just like that coconut tree you have that inner strength that you can bounce back also Sometimes it's just relieving stress by going out and exercising or meditating or being quiet but understand that you were built to succeed. You were built to win. Just like standing tall like those strong coconut trees in my backyard. You will bounce back; you will be tall you are very strong. You've got to start focusing and putting your game plan together, focusing on the solutions. Anybody can point out the problem. But it's only solutions-oriented leaders that stay focused on the solutions, remember when that horses in a race they put blinders on that horse, so it stays focused on the finish line. My goal and my wish for you is that you stay focused on the finish line also that you stay strong like the coconut trees and today starts the beginning of your bounce back Go out there. Make it happen. And let me know what you're doing to bounce back today is Dr. Rick Goodman from the solutions-oriented leader, saying, go out there and make it happen.
5 minutes | a year ago
The Power of Self Talk
The power of your self talk in your life is critical in meeting your life goals. What we say about ourselves and to ourselves can make the difference between success and failure. In this episode of the Solutions Oriented Leader Podcast I will discuss the power of self talk and its ultimate affect upon your success. How do you look at yourself when you start your day? What are you saying to your self? How you start your day determines your outcome! Everyday I do my affirmations, a set of positive statements to get my mind focused on accomplishing my goals and building my team. You can accomplish anything you set your mind to as long as you monitor your self-talk and look for the abundance of opportunities around you! To Receive this affirmation click here Check out this episode!
19 minutes | a year ago
How to Use Self Leadership to Reinvent Yourself
Many people in businesses around the world are finding themselves working from home and in many cases having to reinvent themselves. In this episode of the Solutions Oriented Leader podcasts Dr. Rick Goodman has a conversation with author and Self Leadership expert Andrew Bryant as they discuss how to use Self Leadership to reinvent yourself in today's world. As a Global Influencer on Self-leadership and Effective leadership, Andrew Bryant is on a mission to ‘Wake People Up’ to the power of taking ownership for your thinking, feeling and actions. Andrew Bryant is a best-selling author, Certified Speaking Professional, and an Executive Coach. He has spoken for TEDx and for audiences as large as 12,000. He facilitates breakthrough learning sessions and cultural change for senior leadership teams and helps C-level leaders scale themselves and their companies through 1 to 1 coaching. Andrew is the author of ‘Self-Leadership: How to Become a More Successful, Efficient and Effective Leader from the Inside Out’ (McGraw-Hill 2012) and the Best-Selling, ‘Self Leadership: 12 Powerful Mindsets & Methods to Win in Life and Business’ With his expertise on Self-leadership and Leading Cultures he has transformed individuals and teams to be more intentional, influential and impactful. Through greater ownership, he empowers people to become more resilient and agile to face the complexities and uncertainties of our modern world. Andrew is on the Women in Leadership Faculty of Singapore Management University, The Leadership faculty for IE University (Madrid), but is most proud of the work he does coaching Self-leadership for at-risk and disadvantaged teenagers. English by Birth, Australian by Passport, Singapore by Residence and Brazilian by wife – he is truly Multi-cultural in his approach. Dr. Rick Goodman is one of the most sought-after leadership and engagement experts today. His keynote presentations and workshops have produced transformational results leading to highly engaged employees, increased productivity and HIGHER PROFITS. Dr. Rick has delivered over 1,000 presentations in all 50 states and in 23 countries. He is a “Certified Speaking Professional” (CSP), which is the speaker profession’s international measure of speaking experience and skill. Fewer than one percent of all professional speakers worldwide hold this designation. In addition to his 30-year speaking career, Dr. Rick is the author of three books: His first book titled “Living A Championship Life - A Game Plan For Success” combined his success philosophy with stories compiled during his tenure as one of the team physicians for the Super Bowl Champion St. Louis Rams. His quest to solve our world’s newest challenge, communicating with our children in the age of social media and cell phones led to the book “Jamie’s Journey - Travels with My Dad” written by his then 16-year-old daughter. Dr. Rick’s latest book “The Solutions Oriented Leader - Your Comprehensive Guide to Achieve World-Class Results” was #1 on Amazon Kindle when it was released. Dr. Rick is also a successful entrepreneur who walks his talk and shares his winning philosophies with his audiences. He has built several extremely successful multimillion-dollar businesses and uses those experiences to provide solutions for his clients and audiences throughout the world. What is a solutions-oriented leader? Take the free Solutions-Oriented Leader Assessment now and claim your Comprehensive Guide to Achieve Success. Dr. Rick Goodman’s Solutions-Oriented Leader book is now available to order online. In this first-of-a-kind, comprehensive guide, author Dr. Rick Goodman leads you through the everyday challenges of the modern workplace while providing you with easy-to-implement solutions to achieve world-class results! I am also so excited to announce That “The Solutions Oriented Leader” is now a skill on Amazon ALEXA and you can click on the link below to enable regular flash briefings on leadership, employee engagement and business growth strategies. ALEXA Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RNGG1WV/ref=nodl_ Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not subscribed there’s a good chance, you’ll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! If your feeling extra loving, I’d be really grateful if you let me review over on iTunes to. Those views help other people find my podcasts there. It’s also fun for me to go in and read them. Just click here to review, select ratings and reviews and write a review and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
16 minutes | a year ago
How to Modernize the Sales Process a Conversation with Steve Nudelberg
Today on the solutions-oriented leader podcasts we're going to learn how to modernize the sales process with serial entrepreneur an author Steve Nudelberg. Steve Nudelberg is an author, expert sales trainer, consultant, keynote speaker, and serial entrepreneur. Steve created On the Ball – a company that invests time and talent in emerging businesses and corporate teams to help them grow. Steve is an energetic powerhouse who infuses adrenaline and ideas to ignite individuals and teams to sharpen overall performance Steve’s 27 core Leadership Rules of Engagement within this book, Confessions of a Serial Salesman, have been developed over decades of corporate and entrepreneurial leadership endeavors. These rules and/or actions are called the Rules of Engagement and are Standard Operating Procedures that have been cultivated from over 40 years of sales experience and relationships with top performers all over the world. Steve’s specialty within organizations centers on creating daily sales processes, sales acceleration and development, Social Selling, The Art of Building Relationships, Storytelling to make conversations engaging, Pipeline Development Today Steve's going to discuss how he's implemented a modern process of sales on LinkedIn that is growing his business. Dr. Rick Goodman is one of the most sought-after leadership and engagement experts today. His keynote presentations and workshops have produced transformational results leading to highly engaged employees, increased productivity and HIGHER PROFITS. Dr. Rick has delivered over 1,000 presentations in all 50 states and in 25 countries. He is a “Certified Speaking Professional” (CSP), which is the speaker profession’s international measure of speaking experience and skill. Fewer than one percent of all professional speakers worldwide hold this designation. In addition to his 30-year speaking career, Dr. Rick is the author of three books: His first book titled “Living A Championship Life - A Game Plan For Success” combined his success philosophy with stories compiled during his tenure as one of the team physicians for the Super Bowl Champion St. Louis Rams. His quest to solve our world’s newest challenge, communicating with our children in the age of social media and cell phones led to the book “Jamie’s Journey - Travels with My Dad” co-written by his then 16-year-old daughter. Dr. Rick’s latest book “The Solutions Oriented Leader - Your Comprehensive Guide to Achieve World-Class Results” was #1 on Amazon Kindle when it was released. Dr. Rick is also a successful entrepreneur who walks his talk and shares his winning philosophies with his audiences. He has built several extremely successful multimillion-dollar businesses and uses those experiences to provide solutions for his clients and audiences throughout the world. If you would like to discover how Dr. Rick can help you achieve your goals contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 888-267-6098
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