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How to Delegate Marketing Tasks and Focus on Your Business Strengths

Jeff Pulvino — October 26, 2018 Follow @jeffpulvino — October 26, 2018 Handling your marketing single-handedly is not easy. While you can try to improve your weaker areas, this will likely take a lot of time and energy and when you are running a small business, your time and energy are precious. Instead of trying … Continue reading How to Delegate Marketing Tasks and Focus on Your Business Strengths

Focus On Your People’s Strengths, Not Their Weaknesses?

by Dave Brock Follow @davidabrockOctober 6, 2016 There are a number of thoughtful articles suggesting we get better results in developing our people by focusing on their developing their strengths, not “fixing” them, or criticizing their weaknesses. A recent HBR article, Developing Employees’ Strengths Boosts Sales, Profit, and Engagement, presents compelling data about organizations focusing … Continue reading Focus On Your People’s Strengths, Not Their Weaknesses?

Know your digital marketing strengths, but more importantly, acknowledge your weaknesses

Don’t ignore your shortcomings. Columnist Matt Umbro says if you want to succeed in digital marketing, you need to recognize where you excel and where you need help. Matt Umbro on June 2, 2016   One of the most common sentiments we hear as digital marketers is “Always be learning.” It’s a necessary mentality, as … Continue reading Know your digital marketing strengths, but more importantly, acknowledge your weaknesses

Coaching To Your Strengths Or Your Salesperson’s Weakness?

Dave BrockNovember 2, 2015 I was reminded in a great conversation with Bruce Lewolt of a problem all managers tend to face in coaching. We tend to coach to our strengths–not to the weaknesses of the sales person. It’s something that’s almost subconscious, but limiting to the individuals we are coaching, as well as overall … Continue reading Coaching To Your Strengths Or Your Salesperson’s Weakness?

How to Focus on Your Employees’ Strengths

Mike GoldmanJune 5, 2015 Would you rather have a well-rounded employee or a world-class employee? When making hiring decisions, most leaders look for well-rounded individuals and create a list of skills and experiences they would like a job candidate to possess. Unfortunately, very few leaders have knowledge of the talents required for the job. Talents … Continue reading How to Focus on Your Employees’ Strengths