The Know-part of ‘Like, Know & Trust’
The most successful relationships – business or otherwise – require participants to ‘like, know and trust’ each other. Having people ‘like’ or ‘trust’ you is outside of your control, however, we can control sharing appropriate information about ourselves to help people get to know us. I was very honored to have recently been interviewed for one of Inc. magazine’s top 12 leadership podcasts – Eternal Leadership hosted by John Ramstead and Steve Rieter. A link to episode 159 is here: Eternal Leadership Podcast Episode 159
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About the Author
Pete is the President and Founder of ActionsProve, LLC, author of Reversing Burnout. How to Immediately Engage Top Talent and Grow! A Blueprint for Professionals and Business Owners, and creator of the I.M.P.A.C.T. process. ActionsProve works with professionals and business owners to create greater growth and profits through more effective employee attraction and retention, impact, and branding. Prior to founding ActionsProve, and for more than 20 years, Pete was a very successful and accomplished professional engineer. Pete sold his engineering firm ownership to focus on designing systems for you and your organization to grow and succeed in more relevant and effective ways. For over a dozen years, Pete has also been serving in multiple capacities in the non-profit sector to achieve both local and global impact, and is a co-founder of the 100 Men Who Care chapter for Knoxville and the 100 Men Who Care chapter for Southern Maine.