Leader to Leader

with Terry Siebert

04/22/15

8 entrepreneurial skills every businessperson should develop

Whether you’re a business owner, a future business owner, or an employee, you need to constantly develop your entrepreneurial skills in order to succeed. I mean consistently succeed. For some reason, we tend to stop developing many of the skills that got us where we are. Our motives change, we get satisfied, or we just get lazy. These skills apply to anyone, in both large and small companies, but successful entrepreneurs tend to exhibit more of these all the time.

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03/30/15

Leaders, get to know your people!

It never ceases to amaze me when people in leadership roles tell me how unimportant it is to get to know their team members on a personal level. The usual comment is something like, “This is work, they’re getting paid to do a job — why should I care about their personal lives?” To answer this question, I will start with an example and then outline an effective way to connect with each person on your team, one by one.

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02/23/15

Why you should spend more time working ‘on’ rather than ‘in’ your business

All too often we get wrapped up in taking care of “urgent” tasks at the expense of working on those areas that are even more important.

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01/12/15

Will your business grow or stagnate in 2015?

It’s that time of year again, when people set new goals. For example, I am going to lose 10 pounds by working out four times a week and not eating after 8 p.m. I will spend more quality time with my family. I will read at least one business book per month. And the list goes on.

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12/15/14

How to take a win-win approach to negotiations

Although the parties involved in any negotiation probably have different motives, values, concerns, and reasons for wanting a particular solution, it’s safe to say that everyone involved is equally committed to the outcome, both intellectually and emotionally.

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Known for his Dale Carnegie training expertise, Terry Siebert is writing to inspire leaders to reach their greatest potential. Leadership, today more than ever, may mean the difference between closing the doors or opening new markets. Every month, he'll post help with mindset, business tools and more.

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