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A sales message designed for one situation will not necessarily work well in another. For example, you may have perfected your 30-second elevator speech (or “30-second commercial,” as it’s often called). This works great if you are actually in an elevator and have someone’s complete attention. But it will get you those glazed looks if you try to work 30 seconds of monologue into a conversation in the buffet line at a networking event. Live, spur-of-the-moment dialogue requires a completely different approach (think of it as “conversation ping-pong”), even if you include some of the same words and phrases. Sellers who have perfected their 30-second commercials often don’t have dialogue prepared for the times they need it. Likewise, the message that works with a decision maker will likely not work with the assistant. The message that works on the first meeting will likely not work on the 3rd. How do you craft the right message for the right situation? Identify what your objective is for the communication touchpoint. Review who you will be communicating with (one person, group, level, how familiar are you with the individual, etc.). Think about what you know about the situation, individual(s), etc. Decide…
Abundance is a theme of our current times. Whether that’s abundance of goods, services or technology, people have options. Another area we don’t consider as being abundant is job opportunities. The technology boom continues to produce abundant job positions, and companies continue popping out of thin air. How, in the age of so many options, do you get your employees to continue choosing your own company? Jeanne Meister is the founding partner of Future Workplace and author of best-selling book The Future Workplace Experience. She is an expert in the domain of recruitment and workplace engagement. In this short video below, Jeanne focuses on two critical strategies to make sure your employees are engaged and want to stay in your company. The first is having a humanistic approach to hiring and retainment. An easy example? Make their onboarding experience as smooth and connected as possible by bringing them into a community and mentoring programs. Employees that feel connected early on are likely to stay longer. The second is providing room for mobility within the company. If someone comes in through marketing, but they’d like to learn data science, provide opportunities for trainings and programs for them to learn this new skillset. Employees…
Think of this as an “echo strategy.” You create a big bang, which forces players to adjust, and the echo that follows brings a new order of things. This is the next level of strategy. Level one: do what your competitors can’t do. Level two: do what they won’t do. Level three: inspire them to change the world. Here are three things need to be in place for an echo strategy to work:
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