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Ambition in the Museum Workplace

“I want everybody to close their eyes and think of a dirty word, like a really dirty word. Now open your eyes. Was any of your words ambition? 726 more words


The 3 Most Important Aspects of an Inside Sales Team

Via a polling question, we recently asked Inside Sales Leaders to select the three most important aspects of an Inside Sales team. Here they are, ranked by most number of votes: 333 more words

Inside Sales; Leadership

Why Discipline Matters in Sales

Isn’t it interesting that sales people have different stigmas, labels, and connotations? And not all of them are favorable. Some that come to mind are slick, fast talking, the life of the party and those are the ones suitable for print. 257 more words

Inside Sales; Leadership

Are You a New Museum Leader?

Perhaps because I work at a school, September always marks the start of the year. And as this summer draws to a close, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a new leader, not only because we have an interim head of school, but we are in a search for a new long-term leader. 705 more words


The Look of Leadership

They say you can’t judge a book by it’s cover. The same could be said of a leader.

Many leaders, maybe even most, look and act like a leader. 340 more words


Empathy vs Sympathy: What Kind of Museum Leader Are You?

We all want to be liked. Being loved is not half bad either, but sometimes one of the things museum leaders struggle with is how empathy versus sympathy plays itself out in the workplace. 705 more words


Connect the Dots

I consider myself a pretty voracious reader. I am pretty much a sucker for a good business, HR or leadership book. LinkedIn and Twitter are great because they are a never ending supply of bite size pieces of content for me! 516 more words