This post began a series of questions that will help us strengthen our management. Some are inspired by the blog of one of the world gurus of personal branding: Dan Schawbel.
Some say that cemeteries are full of indispensable people. True, there may be no one essential. But here the meaning of the word is fenced to “highly valued“, an expression of difficult translation would say “person High value added“.
It is a difficult question to answer, and if the answer is “I do not know” or “nothing”, we have a reinforcing element. We need a specialization, They are perceived by others as someone expert in something. It may be a technical specialty-an auditor- a one skill movesl Someone with strong personal empathy for relations business-.
Learning is useful, but in my opinion it is even more art listening. A large advertising campaign Midland Bank of the 80 summed up the art in this way: “The more we listen, the more we learn. The more we learn, the more we can help” (copywrite Saatchi & Saatchi).
summarizing, specialization on the one hand and on the other the art of listening are things that can help make you an indispensable person.
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