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The Heart of Business
Monday, 5 Aug, 2013
The Heart of Business

For decades, I have been a proponent of, and keynoter in the field of, Spirituality in the Workplace. There seem to be different names for it these days: the heart of business, corporate social responsibility, conscious capitalism, patient capitalism, bringing the heart to work. What it means, underneath all of the words, is that we recognize that we have a responsibility to care about each other, and the earth, and run our businesses in a way that end up with a net plus — not just increased profit.

What, exactly, are the skills we need to help make a difference, to help people choose to do ‘the right thing’? I’m going to offer some new thinking that’s in line with my biases.

Buying Decision Enablement: put the human side of decision making into the work flow
Monday, 16 Aug, 2010
Buying Decision Enablement: put the human side of decision making into the work flow

Sales enablement is the new new thing: technology is taking over a lot of the solution discovery and data-sharing parts of a seller’s job. Obviously, that leaves sellers either playing catch up – knowing only a portion of the data that buyers show up knowing – or being caught flatfooted to competitors with a bigger web footprint.
Indeed, too often now, buyers end […]

He’s in a Meeting – or is he? Working with Gatekeepers
Monday, 24 May, 2010
He’s in a Meeting – or is he? Working with Gatekeepers

I recently made a cold call. I actually make a few of them daily as a way to introduce people to the concept of decision facilitation and find new business partners to help me place my material into the Change Management/Buy-in arena. Now that Buying Facilitation™ is becoming widely known in sales, it’s time to […]