Category: Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tips

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tips.

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — My Dad’s Leadership Secrets That Empower Greatness

You are always leading people somewhere. The question is … Do you know where?

If you asked someone whether or not he or she was a leader, they would probably say “no.” They don’t have any particular leadership title. They might even add such self-deprecating comments as “I’m just an IT guy … or … I’m just a salesperson … or … I’m just a homemaker.”

Baloney!… Read Full Article

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — Tiny Relationship and Team-Building Secrets that Bring HUGE Positive Results

Does something seem to be missing in your life? The American operatic tenor Robert Brault says, “When something is missing in your life, it usually turns out to be someone.”

Or in my simple way of saying it, if something doesn’t seem quite right in your world, the chances are very good that your relationships need some work.… Read Full Article

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — 4 Little-Known Secrets That Will Build Your Relationships and Your Team

When I worked in sales, occasionally I’d hear a fellow salesperson say, “Selling wouldn’t be so bad if it weren’t for the customers.” And when I taught at the university, occasionally I’d hear another professor say, “I really enjoy teaching. It’s the students I can’t stand.”

What they didn’t understand was how to build a relationship with their customers and students.… Read Full Article

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — 3 Ways to Communicate So Others Will Listen to You

A while ago, Roger E. Axtell sent an email to the General Manager of his company in Peru. In the message he wrote, “I need to know the number of people in your factory and the number of people in your office broken down by sex.”

The manager dutifully replied: “We have 35 in our factory, 10 in the office and 5 in the hospital — none broken down by sex. Read Full Article