When it comes to bringing in someone to help with your organization, focus on choosing someone that you know, like, and trust. They may have the best references and run in all the right circles, or they may be the guy down the street that runs the muffler shop. Either way, bring in the person that has something to contribute to the conversation and that you know won’t hurt you. (Even if, in the end, they aren’t able to help you move the ball down the field as far as you would like.)
And that’s perfectly okay.
You’re Organization Runs on Relationships – not good ideas.
You’re Going to Accept Constructive Criticism Better
You’re More Likely to Follow Through
Are you ready?
Go home. Watch some of the videos on my YouTube channel. Ask yourself, “Could my people relate to this guy enough to take in what he may be able to teach them?”
If the answer is “Yes,” great, give me a call. 😊 I’m always happy to make a new friend.
If not, find the guy that your people will gravitate toward. He’s the right man for the job.
Because people listen to and follow the consultants that they can quickly get to know, like, and trust.
Have a happy day!