Month: July 2020

When Being Good Isn’t Good Enough

browse around this site Many organizations in ag are busy in July and August preparing for and kicking off the 2021 selling and marketing season. With that in mind, this week’s blog will focus on taking your organization from being good to being great for a changing marketplace. Think about a brand you love, a brand you buy over and over because of […]

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Be an influencer to your customers

my website   ACT Like A Pro, Issue 135 Your customers and prospects are actually your followers once you are able to positively influence them. You need that now in today’s market more than ever. It’s downright essential to transform customers into followers, and develop influence with them. The consolidation of ag brands confuses customers & prospects. […]

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On-demand training for ag managers & leaders

forum rencontre centrale lille ACT Like A Pro, Issue 134 The cart is open, and space is limited. Why am I constantly talking about the Ag Lead Short Course? Because I’ve seen time and time again how the lack of business training sets up managers and leaders for failure on the farm. This course was specifically designed to meet a […]

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Is your talent pipeline secure?

https://www.soft4car.net/46882-dtf80385-sote-rencontre-sexe.html ACT Like A Pro, Issue 133 Today I’d like to talk about your talent pipeline. This covers your current employees, potential in current employees for development, future employees, and succession plans. Sounds heady? It is, and it isn’t. 1. Take Inventory of Current Employees What does the bench look like right now? A good place […]

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Build your network – even online

ACT Like A Pro, Issue 132 How do we create high-value networks in an age of Zoom calls, cancelled fairs, and discontinued international travel? The platforms may be different in 2020, but the networking and connecting-building principles are the same. Connections matter for a variety of reasons, including strategic partnerships, lifelong learning, and maintaining awareness […]

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