It’s an Inside-Out Approach that Really Works
February 8, 2010 Blog
By Mary Anne Wampler While consulting and training in many organizations, I’ve noticed for some time now that leaders are understandably entrenched in “survival mode” – showing up every day truly believing that “if I, and my people, just ...
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The Enneagram and Living Your Life with Passion
April 29, 2009 Blog
Mary Anne recently facilitated a break-out session at the 23rd Annual Women’s Leadership Conference. What an incredible experience it was! 100+ women joined the session and learned a new technology, Brainwave Vibration, a simple, easy to do practice reduces ...
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Managing FEAR in the Moment
March 16, 2009 Blog
Who isn’t having a few fears running through them these days? We are surrounded by the news about our faltering economy, Wall Street, bank crisis and so much more, so we are wondering how are you doing? Fear is a ...
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Business Leaders Voice Their Concerns and Responses to the Economy
February 2, 2009 Blog
Fifty U.S. business leaders, representative of Fortune 500 companies and both small business, shared their perceptions and reactions to today’s challenging business environment at Transform Inc.’s September 2008 Enneagram Leadership Conference in Alexandria, VA. Mary Anne Wampler facilitated the ...
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Getting Business from Educational Seminars
August 3, 2008 Blog
We work with a lot of clients who do educational seminars and often wonder why they don’t get the results they want from the effort. We believe in doing educational seminars, but to really get results from them, you ...
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The Law of Attraction
July 28, 2008 Blog
By Mary Anne Wampler By serving others, you ultimately serve yourself. Are you exhausted by budget curtailments and customer ambiguity — all the result of the current economy? Don’t slip into autopilot. The current business environment requires a new ...
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Marketing and Sales: Why the confusion?
July 17, 2008 Blog
All too often we work with companies that interchange the words sales and marketing when talking about business development . We view them as very different yet both crucial to business development. Here’s how we define the difference between ...
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A Proactive Approach to Dealing with Conflict
July 13, 2008 Blog
Conflict is inevitable in business and relationships. How you manage it determines its impact on your company, yourself and your employees. At a recent Leadership Day we asked an audience of 80, “how many of you experience conflict at ...
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5 Steps to Successfully Hiring Salespeople
June 27, 2008 Blog
Hiring salespeople is more an art than a science, and too often business owners want to know the exact formula for hiring the right salesperson. To be successful, you must devote some time upfront to developing an effective hiring ...
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A CEO’s Perspective on Using the Enneagram in Business
June 26, 2008 Blog
When surveyed on satisfaction with work, their company, opportunities for growth, and interaction with their managers – our team members had their highest employment engagement scores at Intuit.” Scott K. Wilder Group Manager of Intuit’s QuickBooks Online Small Business ...
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