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Succession Planning Best Practices for all Levels of Management to find out why and how.
For the final show of the year, I was thrilled to welcome my friend Donna Schilder back to the show. Donna has been running a very successful coaching practice for many years and we’ve worked together on a number of projects in the past. She was most recently on episode 101 to teach us how to get the most from LinkedIn.
She detailed five power steps we can all take in order to handle bad behavior in meetings. The audio and notes are here and be sure to also check out the link at the bottom of this page from Donna with the downloadable PDF with even more details on the five steps.
Rarely is customer support the hero within the company. Most believe customer service is just a cost center that doesn’t directly contribute to sales. Helping customers after you convinced them to buy your product doesn’t appear to have any tangible value–and the company that can provide a clear path from a good support experience into a first or second sale is a rare thing.
Forbes – Leadership
Do you really need travel insurance? An unexpected illness, a death in the family, a missed flight, even a lost suitcase — all are common scenarios, and all have the potential to cancel or ruin an expensive, carefully planned trip.
For some globetrotters, travel can be an investment just as significant as a car or house. If you’re an avid traveler, you might want to consider protecting your next trip with travel insurance. Relatively inexpensive plans can protect your wallet from any of the above situations and more.
The Simple Dollar’s Top Picks
I’ve sifted through dozens of the country’s leading travel insurance companies to find some of the top options for you. Here’s a quick look at my picks for best travel insurance:
AS LEADERS we must learn and grow. We must be creative and innovative in our organizations but perhaps more importantly, in working on ourselves. The context we lead in requires nothing short of radical personal development. All of the following titles cover an aspect of this need.
An environment of rapid change demands more and better questions from us. It means we step out of our comfort zones and take strategic and intentional steps even before the path comes into full view. We can’t see around every corner, but we can listen more purposefully, think more critically, and see more clearly. Respond to a random world with an intentional life.