Napoleon said, “A leader is a dealer in hope,” and as a marketer you’ve got to give hope. In this lesson, Thomas Barta, a C-suite marketing consultant to many Fortune 500 CEOs, explains why it’s very important that every marketer has a story that they tell internally and that’s consistent.
How do you get an organization to achieve a standard whereby OK is not OK and it’s not just something they say? In this lesson, Brian MacNeice, an expert on driving improvements in performance focus and culture in high performing organisations discusses how these kind of organizations really live their beliefs.
If you are asked ‘Are our jobs safe’ how do you respond, especially when you know that they aren’t? Michael Dodd, explains how important it is to consider the effect of what you have to say on an audience.
People find that the ‘one size fits all sales approach’, whereby the salesperson asks you some fairly canned questions, then enters into a pre-planned and scripted presentation, doesn’t really work in today’s business environment.
Are you in control of the things that are being said about you – online? In this lesson – entrepreneur, speaker and author, Warren Cass – explains that we now live in an age where you can spend 20 years working really hard, with all the integrity in the world, and then you can blow it in an instant – online – and suddenly that’s a career or business potentially ruined.
It’s not easy marketing to the C suite. In this lesson; Simon Hall, discusses some of the key aspects when marketing effectively to the C suite
How many people are really involved in making the buying decision? Clearly you’re not always selling one on one. In this lesson, Bryony Thomas, a consultant and trainer in marketing transformation programmes, addresses those third parties that you never see, but have a phenomenal influence on whether or not you make that sale.
If you are selling, setting professional goals makes sense, but setting personal goals? Nicola explains how personal goals are integral with people’s day to day motivations.
In this lesson, David Hyner explains the difference between cows and rhinos, as defined by the American author and psychiatrist, Scott Alexander.
How do you go about making sure you are working with only the best people? In this lesson, Thomas Barta, a C-suite marketing consultant to many Fortune 500 CEOs, explains why working with the best is so crucial and how to go about finding them.