Leadership, Buy-in & Learning Chinese to Get a Date! With Richard Nongard

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on December 4, 2018 0 Comments

Viral leadership can emerge quickly and at any level within an organization. It can be organic and spontaneous or intentional and directed. Viral Leadership is lasting and creates a legacy of related ideas, projects, and solutions that transform even more than expected. It spreads from one person and group to another; making owners, managers, employees and the community stakeholders by generating buy-in and ownership of the leadership process and an enthusiasm for the vision.

People really don’t buy products – they buy people! Although your product might have great features and benefits, top salespeople rise above the competition by utilizing rapport and creating relationships that promote sales, along with avoiding a dependency on discounting.

In this episode, serial entrepreneur, Richard Nongard, talks with Adam about the nuts & bolts of leadership and the buy-in.

You will discover:

  • Leadership tactics to drive sales;
  • Why Richard learned Chinese so he could get a date;
  • How your shoe size will make you more money;
  • How solo entrepreneurs make more money by studying leadership;
  • What to do when people are expected to share the vision but are not part of the team;
  • And so much more!

If you want to learn how to uplift your team, bolster your sales, and skyrocket your business, tune in!

About This Guest: ()

Richard Nongard is an expert in business leadership and business psychology. He started out in car sales in the early 1980's and parlayed his sales experience into leadership experience by moving on as an entrepreneur and executive in both the healthcare and educational sectors. He is a licensed psychotherapist who views his training in counseling as a degree in "problem-solving". Richard is a serial entrepreneur and has owned several restaurants and multi-million dollar e-commerce platforms. He shares a pathway of engaging community, changing culture and building identity as the formula for leadership and business results.