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Great Life, Great Career - Episode #2 Stephen M. R. Covey
Bestselling author and son of Dr. Stephen R. Covey, Stephen M. R. Covey, joins Scott Miller to discuss the one thing that changes everything - trust.
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.
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.
6 Tips To Stay Cool Through Bad News
Scott Miller shares six leadership tips to keep your cool and to successfully lead through bad news.
When managing in the wilderness of the changing times, a map is of limited worth. What's needed is a moral compass.
Make it Safe to Tell the Truth
When was the last time you asked for feedback? If you can’t remember, you’re in good company. Most of us resist it because we equate it with criticism.
Are you more inclined to distrust others than to trust them? Or do you give away your trust prematurely and regret it later? Neither extreme is useful when building effective relationships.
Take Stock of Your Emotional Bank Accounts
You probably pay attention to your financial bank accounts—the deposits and withdrawals—but are you at risk of being overdrawn, or even bankrupt, in your emotional bank accounts?
You don’t just ask for credibility and get it. You actually have to behave your way to credibility. Credibility is a combination of both character and competence.
Trust Starts With Who You Are
Your personal credibility is the foundation on which all trust is built. Credibility is a function of two things: your character and your competence.
Trust - A Performance Multiplier
In his classic book, The Speed of Trust, Stephen M. R. Covey explained that the first imperative of a leader is to inspire trust.
The Importance of PRESENCE in the Sales Process
Are you present with your clients? What the heck does that mean, anyway? To me, it means being “there” with a client and facilitating a conversation about THEIR needs as opposed to...