What Managers Can Do To Keep People Engaged

Episode #38 |

Guests: Kevin Crone

“Your Mid-Week Mentor”, John Rodgers of Dale Carnegie Systems, continues his month-long look at business development strategies for your business, as he talks about ways to create new markets and mine for new prospects within these markets. 

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“Mid Week Mentor” - Helping People Get To Where They Want To Go
“Mid Week Mentor” - Helping People Get To Where They Want To Go

Your Mid Week Mentor John Rodgers of Dale Carnegie Systems, continues his month-long look at business development strategies for your business, as he talks about ways to create new markets and mine for new prospects within these markets.

What Managers Can Do To Keep People Engaged
What Managers Can Do To Keep People Engaged

Guests: Kevin Crone

Your Mid Week Mentor John Rodgers talks with Kevin Crone about what managers can do to keep people engaged.

John's Rant - The Difference Between Vision and Envisioning
John's Rant - The Difference Between Vision and Envisioning

John rants about the difference between having a vision and seeing or envisioning your vision.

What Managers Can Do To Keep People Engaged
What Managers Can Do To Keep People Engaged

Guests: Kevin Crone

John is joined by a fellow Dale Carnegie associate, Kevin Crone.  In his first appearance since John and Kevin's "Waking Up Your Business" series on American Entrepreneur Radio, Kevin talks about what managers can do to keep people engaged.  Other discussion topics include: working with customers to help fulfill their needs, advice for business people to 'get it moving', and why it's the little things such as encouragement and achieving small wins every day that are often most important.

Helping People Get To Where They Want To Go
Helping People Get To Where They Want To Go

John talks about a manager's role in helping people get to where they want to go.  Other discussion topics include: conditioning your thinking to be 'on', and how to work with a customer who is currently too busy to meet.

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