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Thank you for tuning into my podcast, “Snack Sized Sales,” where I focus on sharing three actionable tips on one topic that you use to transform sales. Today my guest is JeNae Johnson with CTM Unlimited who equips leaders and teams with proper tools, guidance, strategy and courage to accomplish their business objectives. Starting with the premise that everyone has genius within them, JeNae equips leaders and teams with proper tools, guidance, strategy and courage to accomplish their business objectives. Her approach to forging a path for racial equity in the workplace is no different. Leaning into her experience in behavior change, JeNae leverages proven methodologies and strategies to help companies build equitable workplaces.
She partners with executives and ERG leaders to gauge the effectiveness of current DEI initiatives and identify specific focus areas for change.
She created Bold x Brave Conversations—a facilitated workshop for leaders to start engaging their teams in productive conversations about race and disparity that ultimately lead to strategic action.
On Today’s Episode of Snack Sized Sales:
- [0:01:30] Who JeNae is and how she equips leaders and teams with proper tools, guidance, strategy and courage to accomplish their business objectives
- [0:03:11] Get in alignment with how YOU best add value–no carbon copies.
- [0:05:27] Speak boldly and bravely about your approach, values, and solutions
- [0:09:20] Find creative ways to listen and get intel from current and prospective clients. Then give them what they asked for.
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