- A Recession Friendly Green Strategy
- How To Win Business
- The Power of Great Relationships / Collabortion
- Keep your employees engaged as they slog through this economic time
- A recession friendly Green strategy
- The Likeability Factor
- Helping employees to always remember the power of one
- Out of Scarcity: Getting Back to Abundance Thinking
- Next-generation marketing programs
Tim Sanders is a leadership expert who motivates and empowers audiences to achieve more by honing effective leadership skills, building strong business relationships, and putting the value back in their people.
They are emotional, reciprocal and influenced by the leaders they follow.
They are the keys to your company’s success or failure.
They are highly emotional creatures, which presents leaders ongoing challenges.
When they feel connected to you or your orginization, they give more of themselves – especially to Customers.
Time Magazine referred to him as a means to elicit changed behavior in his audiences. Through extensive research, Sanders tailors each talk to fit your theme and objectives while providing content on:
Create business relationships that propel your company forward
Create change that positions you ahead of your competition
Win the war for talent via leadership skills that create a winning culture.
Tim is a rare hybrid of business expert, motivational speaker and people expert.
His research, passion, and ability to move audiences to action set him apart as an expert on the people side of business.
Tim Sanders theme is that happy employees and satisfied customers drive business.
He provides advice on how to build relationships with Knowledge, Networking and Compassion.
Case studies, statistics and specific examples provide great proof that a positive work environment and positive customer dialogue always produces better profits as well as customer/employee satisfaction.
Tim argues that some companies operate on a vicious cycle while others build a virtuous circle based on caring and trust.
Tim draws on a theme that defines great relationships, solid business culture and innovation: Abundance vs. Scarcity.
Tim outlines the threat of scarcity thinking to any great organization.
He also outlines ways to spot it and rid your culture of it.
Tim conducts numerous interviews with audience members, executives and meeting planners.
Tim explores the measurable aspects of likeability, including levels of friendliness, relevance, empathy, and realness and how you can improve your life by increasing your likeability factor.
Sanders served as the Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo!, delivering next-generation marketing programs to world class brands.
Leadership as well as advises business and public sector leaders on next generation strategies.
Sanders delivers high energy and compelling programs.
Sanders created and led the Yahoo!
ValueLab, an in-house “think tank” which delivers value-added propositions to prospective and current Yahoo! clients.
The team Sanders built continues to serve as a practice for clients by coordinating and leveraging Yahoo!’s resources to find, connect with, and add value to clients’ growth strategies.
Variety of clients including: The Limited, Inc. (the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Web cast), Harvard University, Dell Computers, Intel, Ford Motors. Wells Fargo, CUNA Mutual Group, John Hancock, Prudential, Republic Mortgage, Coca-Cola, Microsoft Canada, Marriott, Century 21 and SAS.
Sander’s skills have landed him appearances at executive conferences and graduate schools.
A recession friendly Green strategy: I don’t believe that we’ll be in a recession forever. I believe that followed by these lows, will be higher highs –hopefully built on reality and not greed.
Until then, though, all of us need to innovate our biz-strategies to account for the current gloomy economic climate.
Money is tight, oil is still expensive and inflation is everywhere.
If you want to make a difference to the planet, many of your green strategies may seem expensive (eg. Sustainable produce or promotional ingredients). Don’t give up your green-ness.
Adapt it to hard times.
When it comes to eco-friendliness, I always think about the four R’s: Replace the unsustainable with sustainable,
Reuse whenever possible,
Reduce the use of unsustainable items and finally
Recycle that which is left (especially your e-waste).
If you focus on reuse and reductions, you are being green and likely saving money. That’s the great news. When Interface (a modular carpet company) went after waste to reduce its carbon footprint, it saved three hundred million bucks in the first few years.
You can save money too with your green recession strategy.
Here are a few ways I’m doing it:
1. Telecommuting one day a week, which saves gas and eating lunch out.
2. Replacing three face to face meetings this month with carefully organized conference calls.
3. Creating a PDF brochure to email prospects, to replace the printed and mailed ones I’ve been sending.
4. Producing an iTunes version of my Email training product.
This reduces the stuff I need to produce and mail.
5. Moving strictly to ground shipping, except in special circumstances. This is for FEDEX as well as USPS. Ground shipping, as Aveda learned, is much friendlier to the environment than air mail.
6. Reusing all paper that’s only printed on one side (for internal use, which is most of it for me).
Each one of the innovations saves the planet and saves money.
Books by Tim Sanders
- Love is the Killer App: How to Win Business and Influence Friends
- The Likeability Factor
- Saving the World at Work
- Today We are Rich