Thank you to all Let's Talk Sales listeners for another great year! Here are some of the most memorable LTS episodes of 2022. We will be back soon with more great guests in January 2023! Be sure to subscribe to our show so you can get every new episode as soon as it is released.
1. Practicing Self-Leadership with AmyK Hutchens
AmyK is the Founder and Intelligence Activist at AmyK International, helping leaders improve their work and lives one conversation at a time. She’s an award-winning speaker, trainer, and coach. She founded the global women’s empowerment platform She Gets It, and she’s written two Amazon #1 best-selling books: The Secrets Leaders Keep and GET IT: Five Steps to the Sex, Salary, and Success You Want.
In this episode, AmyK discusses self-awareness practices, the need for true empathy, and the value of patience, and much more.
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2. Leadership Development with Kirsten Wynn
Kirsten is the Chief Innovation & Programming Officer at the Women Presidents Organization, a close-knit community of some of the world’s most successful women business leaders. She has overseen more than ten successful years of the 50 Fastest Growing Women Owned/Led Companies ranking and oversees all events, communications and marketing for the WPO.
In this episode, Kirsten goes over effective leadership development, knowledge transfer and sharing best practices, tools for team and leadership success, and more. Listen now!
3. Emotional Leadership with Lisa Earle McLeod
Lisa is an executive advisor, strategy consultant, and keynote speaker, and she’s also written 5 best-selling books, including “Leading with Noble Purpose” and “Selling with Noble Purpose: How to Drive Revenue and Do Work That Makes You Proud.” She was selected to be an executive coach as part of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches program, and she’s been named a top 20 sales expert in the world by Global Gurus. She’s a frequent contributor to publications including the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and LinkedIn Learning, and is the founder and CEO of McLeod & More, Inc., which is all about helping leaders find their noble purpose.
In this episode, Lisa shares her idea of “emotional leadership” as well as mental practices to improve your work, your life, and the lives of others. Listen now!
4. Market Your Genius with Nikki Nash
Nikki Nash is the CEO of Market Your Genius, equipping entrepreneurs with the tools and resources they need to build and profit from their expertise. She’s also the author of Market Your Genius, which was published last fall, and hosts the Market Your Genius podcast. She’s a professional speaker and marketing instructor with an extensive career in marketing and brand management, and she is based in NYC! I hope you enjoy our conversation today.
In this episode, Nikki discusses building your personal brand, positioning yourself as an expert, leaving the door open for possibility, potential failure, and new lessons. Listen now!
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5. Knowledge Transfers Made Easy with Jennifer Smith
Jennifer is the CEO and Co-founder of Scribe, which unleashes know-how across teams, organizations, and communities. She has extensive experience in business analysis, strategic consulting, business development, and startups, after starting her career at McKinsey & Company.
In this episode, Jennifer answers the following questions:
- What are today's best strategies and technologies to promote knowledge transfer?
- What tech-stack challenges are leaders and companies facing in 2022?
- When is measuring productivity unproductive? When is it productive?
- How can we avoid collaboration overload and platform overload?
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