Don’t let buzzwords or slogans dictate your leadership practices. Instead, use science and neuropsychology to give yourself a real advantage. How we think, feel and behave is the result of distinct psychological processes that can only be truly understood with neuroscience. Leaders should thus look to this field for answers and strategies, instead of always just implementing the latest fad.
Once your mindset changes, everything on the outside will change along with it.
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Lost, searched and found.
Losing is an art , finding is a science.
Search is the science behind most of the finds. .
Searches are based on logic,common sense, patterns, history, psychology, truth, inferences , experiments.
Like Bassanio in Merchant of Venice says , he would shoot another arrow of the same kind and at the same direction to find the lost arrow. That's science.
But does all searches result in the finds that we were looking for?
The digital world hides the truth in its millions of information scattered all over its infinite space. Some are facts and most are fakes.
It's for us to recognise the facts from the fakes.
The heart of digital marketing is search. The best understanding of searches and interests helps you in strategizing your marketing.
What should a business school is look like in 2019?
The starting point is what we want our students to be like in future when they will start their journey in real business life
What we want from our students is :
Home work, exams, assessments, evaluations, more work and better remarks.
If we look what employers want,
Ingenuity , creative, reflective, interactive, teamwork, Communicate, critical thinking.
There is a big gap !!!
To bridge this gap :
1 - We have to change what we teach then we have to change how we teach.
2 - We need a different types of pedagogy to fit different types of learning to make our students organized and become professionals.
3 - We need a revolution of teaching & what teachers have to be in 2019 they have to be more than typical teachers. teaching must be a unique learning & educational experience.
They have to be a creative course designer, and they must deliver the real & professional business life experience to students.
Before my students would care about the content of my lessons, they were waiting to see who I am and what is my experience and what I had to say to them and to their potential. I had to connect with them as individuals before they connect with me.
After 20 years of international & professional experience in business world I resume my teaching philosophy in this sentence: “I don't teach words, I teach meanings, and real business experience”. #RICHARDCONSEIL#seniorconsultant#consultant#businessman#speaker#entrepreneur#marketing#strategy#branding#luxurybrandmanagement#brandmanagement#businessschools#university#success#corporatetraining#luxury#businesslife#lifestyle#fashion#teaching#influencer#me#followme#parisjetaime#parismonamour#parismaville#instaparis#parisien#paris#france🇫🇷
The Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media
We are starting with Dos today
1. Think before you post.
What you post on your personal social media accounts can affect how people view you and your business, don’t post controversial topics like religion, politics or gender issues might impact your relationships with customers, vendors and others in the business community.
2. Let your voice be heard.
On your pages and social media channels, let your readers see your personality shine through. Many are following you because they like what you write, post and your presentation generally. Share your unique insight and strike a conversational tone that engages readers.
3. Set realistic expectations.
Realize that social media alone can’t grow sales.
Yes, it can help to build your brand reputation, generate awareness and increase visibility of your business. However, many other areas of your business impact customer acquisition and revenue growth. You must pay attention to your business as a whole for social media to succeed.
4. Write for your readers.
Focus your content on what will help your audience and write it in a way that they will understand it. Simplifying your content doesn’t mean you have to dumb it down, but you should avoid overly complicated wording and sentence structure.
5. Personalize your outreach.
Customers expect that brands will tailor deals and discounts to their unique interests and needs. Consider embracing the potential of targeted advertising and retargeting campaigns on social media to cater to the demand for individualized content and offers.
Do these things and you will have a quality page and result at the end. #brandingidentity#successmindset#entrepreneursofinstagram#businessowner#buildyourempire#marketingcoach#businessstrategy#savvybusinessowners#womeninbiz#femaleentrepreneur#contentcreator#brandmanagement#contentmarketingtips#lagosmarkets#naijavendorshub#naijasmallbusiness#ehmazgbmstor#nigerianbusinessowners#socialmediacontent#mycreativebiz#igbrandgirl