Sunday, January 8, 2012
On January 5, 2012, AskBillRingle.com's open conference call for entrepreneurs and business owners addressed the subject "Creating a Business Theme that Inspires Your Staff and Customers."
Philadelphia, PA, January 08, 2012 - Nationally known speaker, author, and CEO coach Bill Ringle led this month's AskBillRingle.com forum, "Creating a Business Theme that Inspires Your Staff and Customers," on Thursday, January 5 at 4:00pm ET. To ensure maximum business growth in the new year, you need to hone a direction and make your business theme clear both to your staff and to customers. The January AskBillRingle.com conversation addressed this issue and allowed participants to step into the new year on the right foot.
The forum covered best practices for assessing the full scope of environmental trends, evaluating company strengths in light of the progress in the last year, aligning with values that matter to stakeholders, and enlisting the help of your teams to succeed further and faster. Ringle also shared key factors that are missing from most goal setting sessions.
"One of the reasons that New Years resolutions have such a dismal track record is that people typically set unrealistic timeframes for their goals and get discouraged and distracted quickly, abandoning important directions and objectives," says business growth strategist Bill Ringle. "With a theme-based approach, you have an ongoing mechanism, like a GPS inside your head, that helps you make choices and decisions hour by hour, day by day. One business client picked a theme of 'to $10 million and beyond' (a la Buzz Lightyear) and both he and his sales team used that throughout the day over the course of a year to exceed their revenue goal. Another client, inspired by Steve Jobs, selected a theme of 'the journey is the reward' and sought out international contracts so she could travel to new countries and enjoy the cultures as she did business. Themes, when applied properly, can be tremendously interesting and enjoyable to the individual as we ll as profitable to the business."
AskBillRingle.com gives business owners and entrepreneurs answers to their most pressing business growth questions. The website and accompanying conference calls, focusing on a different subject each month, will give business owners unprecedented access to Ringle's expertise, experience, and advice, as well as allow them to benefit from the shared exchanges with other business owners. February's topic, "Taking Care of Your Most Important Business Asset," will address important self-care techniques that will benefit both you and your business.
Bill Ringle works with entrepreneurs and CEOs who want to overcome the five big challenges to business growth so that they can run profitable and rewarding businesses rather than become stuck and overwhelmed in unfulfilling and draining roles. He has worked on four continents, is the author of four business books, and inspires and educates thousands of business leaders each year through his speaking, coaching, interactive programs, and educational products.
For more information and to participate, visit http://AskBillRingle.com.
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Business growth strategist Bill Ringle talked with Mark Sanborn, a leadership expert, Hall of Fame speaker, and bestselling author, for the interview show My Quest for the Best.
Philadelphia, PA, January 08, 2012 - Business growth strategist Bill Ringle interviewed Mark Sanborn, an award-winning speaker and bestselling author, for My Quest for the Best. In this interview series, Ringle speaks with successful experts and outstanding business leaders about their strategies for reaching and influencing significant target audiences, innovative business leadership, breakthrough moments in their career, and the wisdom they've gained along the way.
Mark Sanborn is President of Sanborn & Associates, Inc., an idea studio dedicated to developing leaders in business and in life. He is a noted authority on leadership, team building, customer service and change, a member of the National Speakers Association's Speaker Hall of Fame, and winner of the Cavett Award, the highest honor the Association bestows on its members. Sanborn is also an internationally bestselling author who has written seven books, including The Fred Factor: How Passion in Your Work and Life Can Make the Ordinary Extraordinary and TeamBuilt: Making Teamwork Work.
Sanborn shared that renowned leadership expertise with Bill Ringle and listeners during his My Quest for the Best interview, discussing how leaders at any level can help rapidly move an organization towards business success and revealing a key question that effective leaders ask daily to build a shared sense of vision and progress. The conversation ranged from the ways Sanborn thinks change itself has changed, to ways to navigate personal and professional uncertainty, to what clients really want to hear from consultants and audiences want to hear from speakers.
"Mark's ability to distill his observations and insights from such varied work and life experiences into practical action steps is as exciting as it is useful," says Bill Ringle. "What I especially appreciate about this interview is that even in its short duration, Mark gets to tell some great stories to make his points memorable, just as he does in his books and speeches."
Bill Ringle works with high performing entrepreneurs and CEOs who want to overcome the five big challenges to business growth so that they can run profitable and rewarding business rather than become stuck and overwhelmed in unfulfilling and draining roles. He has worked on four continents, is the author of four business books, and inspires and educates thousands of business leaders each year through his speaking, coaching, interactive programs, and products.
To listen to Bill Ringle's interview with Mark Sanborn, visit http://www.BillRingle.com/MQ4B-interview-Mark-Sanborn. To learn more about Mark Sanborn, visit his website, http://www.MarkSanborn.com.
491 Baltimore Pike, Suite 209
Springfield, PA 19064