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  • The Most Undervalued Leadership Competency

    The Most Undervalued Leadership Competency

    Scott Miller explores the most undervalued leadership competency; listening. He explains empathic listening and how to apply it.

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  • Examine Entrenched Beliefs

    Examine Entrenched Beliefs

    Examine your own entrenched beliefs and see if they are worth keeping. They may be holding you back from growing and limiting your potential.

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  • Do You Know Your Values?

    Do You Know Your Values?

    In order to 'schedule the big rocks' you need to first identify what they are and you do that by determining your values.

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  • How Leaders and Organizations can Embrace Social Selling

    How Leaders and Organizations can Embrace Social Selling

    Randy Illig recently spoke with social-sales expert Brynne Tillman about how leaders and organizations must embrace social selling, or risk getting left behind.

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  • The 8 Steps to Rolling Out a Social-Selling Strategy

    The 8 Steps to Rolling Out a Social-Selling Strategy

    Randy Illig recently spoke with social-sales expert Brynne Tillman about how leaders and organizations must embrace social selling, or risk getting left behind.

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  • Is Your Experience Limiting You?

    Is Your Experience Limiting You?

    Scott Miller shares a simple trick to change the way you think and to avoid the limitations that your past experience and perspective can place on you.

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  • Knowing When, Why, and How Much

    Knowing When, Why, and How Much

    Scott Milller shares some valuable points to consider for the next time you decide to incorporate a personal story into one of your teaching or facilitating moments. Know when, why, and how much.

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  • Strategy is a Process, Not a Meeting

    Strategy is a Process, Not a Meeting

    Scott Miller shares seven thoughts that all leaders should keep in mind as they announce a new strategy or work to implement one.

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  • Are You Trustworthy?

    Are You Trustworthy?

    When we judge people based on their actions and not their intent, we often judge them harshly. Learn how to assume positive intent and treat people more effectively.

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  • 3 Ways Managers Destroy Trust

    3 Ways Managers Destroy Trust

    Here are three trust-destroying acts that have such a big impact, managers may never recover from them. We also share how to avoid them.

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  • Sharing Insights and Earning Loyalty

    Sharing Insights and Earning Loyalty

    Coaching that builds fierce loyalty is a sharing of insights. Shawn Moon reveals three tips to help you to begin sharing your insights and to earn loyalty.

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  • Balancing Humility and Hubris

    Balancing Humility and Hubris

    Leadership requires a balance of humility and hubris. Scott Miller offers four tips that all leaders can use to help in this delicate balancing act.

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  • Fight Apathy and Earn Customer Loyalty

    Fight Apathy and Earn Customer Loyalty

    The cure for apathy is to engender empathy. Most people already have empathy. We just need to help our team show empathy for our customers more often.

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  • Empathy and Customer Loyalty

    Empathy and Customer Loyalty

    Showing empathy for someone else starts by making a connection. A genuine connection promotes a feeling of belonging and acceptance. Leena Rinne shares 5 basic behaviors for genuine connections.

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  • 3 Tips to Earn Loyalty Through Generosity

    3 Tips to Earn Loyalty Through Generosity

    Generosity is not all about giving away freebies—it’s just as much about giving the customer some relief. Shawn Moon shares 3 tips to earn loyalty through generosity.

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  • The Loyalty Huddle: A Weekly Meeting to Build Employee and Customer Loyalty

    The Loyalty Huddle: A Weekly Meeting to Build Employee and Customer Loyalty

    These short, targeted meetings (huddles) will teach and reteach the practices and principles of earning fierce loyalty to your team. Held at regular intervals, these huddles will earn loyalty.

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  • The Fundamentals of Fierce Customer Loyalty

    The Fundamentals of Fierce Customer Loyalty

    From frontline employees to the CEO, everyone can play a part in building customer loyalty. The Loyalty Leader Mindset is based on three core principles: empathy, responsibility, and generosity.

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  • 5 Practices for Truly Effective Customer Follow-up

    5 Practices for Truly Effective Customer Follow-up

    Follow-up is more than just a courtesy. It’s an opportunity to build the relationship. Sandy Rogers shares 5 practices to ensure your follow-up efforts are effective.

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  • Listening and Loyalty

    Listening and Loyalty

    Do you listen to understand, or to reply? Learn how to listen effectively and you will build fierce customer loyalty. Shawn Moon shares some tips for effective listening and explains things to avoid.

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  • How to Delight Customers With Unexpected Extras

    How to Delight Customers With Unexpected Extras

    What can you do for customers that you have never done before, that will make their experience better? Learn how to delight customers with unexpected extras and earn their fierce loyalty.

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