And they’re not what I expected.
Which is exactly the reason to do a client road trip.
It turns out my best clients think I’m quite practical (and strategic), quickly identify their most important goals, and create a map for achieving them. Immediately. They used words like ‘actionable’ and ‘targeted’. They said I help them get what they want.
Without these conversations, and on my own, I likely would have thought of only one half of what they shared: That I see them as whole people, that we have a trusting partnership, that my approach is tailored rather than templated, that I ask the right questions at the right time.
But that other stuff? That’s gold.
And it came up over and over again.
If you have clients, customers, donors, sponsors, or members, there is no time like the present to take your own virtual client road trip.
These are the questions that I asked when conducting mine.
Brand New! Announcing the Magnificent Leadership® Q1+ Live Workshop Series
Come spend an hour each month with me in February, March, and April and see what blooms.
Complimentary. (Yes! Happy 2021!) Registration has filled but I’ve opened two more seats in each workshop. First come, first registered: email@example.com
Leadership Courage, Thursday, February 11th at 3:00pm ET
Transforming Uncertainty to Metamorphosis, Tuesday, March 23rd at 12 noon, ET
Legacy on Purpose, Wednesday, April 28th at 10:00am ET