Looking for some serious learning insights into how to craft impactful coaching programs and forge strong corporate partnerships?
Then you’ll want to join me for an enlightening episode with Alessandra Wall, founder of Noteworthy.
Discover how Alessandra’s strategic vision shapes the future of Noteworthy and how personal passion drives the business forward!
Tune in and you’ll learn the following, plus much more:
- What to gap is between what the market needs and what it thinks it needs
- The art of curating content and simplifying training programs for actionable results
- The power of building social capital and nurturing relationships for long-term success
Are you ready for some wisdom and leadership insights!
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So much of success is not just about developing a certain set of skills, but being in the right state of mind.Alessandra Wall – Thought-Provoking Leadership & Learning Insights
Learning Insights from Noteworthy’s beginnings.
“First of all, the life coaching business I built was a complete failure.
I love sharing that story because people stories of success all the time. I was running my therapy practice, raising two children who were in preschool, trying to build a coaching practice.
I ended up exhausting myself, and created a failing business.
I burned myself out and had to make a decision. Do I try to leverage my skill set into a corporate career? Or do I give this another try?
I spoke to a few people who knew me well and the advice was; ‘Try again and give it two years’.
So I sat down. And I thought about a few things. First of all, who are the folks I most enjoyed working with? What were the issues that they came to me for? And among those issues, which were the ones that were most fulfilling to me, and the ones where I could provide the greatest amount of help or benefit?
When I narrowed that it came down to professional women who were trying to redefine what they wanted to do with their careers.
I had to try to understand that because I’d worked for myself for so long in my career.
Although I knew the data, and I knew that what the research said about women, I didn’t get it.
At a visceral level, I didn’t get it until I started really diving into what these women’s experiences were.
Noteworthy is the fruit of me getting it and realizing that it is still extremely difficult for women to succeed in the workplace, at a high level.” ⬅️
You don’t need to be good at everything to be successful.Alessandra Wall – Thought-Provoking Leadership & Learning Insights
What do Clients really want?
“There’s a difference between what the market needs and what the market thinks it needs.
Being able to identify what the market actually needs requires really understanding what the problem is.
There is a tendency to over deliver on content.
Most clients think that they want the program that is packed with tons of information. In reality, doing that will dilute the learning experience, and will tend to turn off your audience.
I’m not in the business of doing a knowledge dump.
I have no interest in just providing data or facts, or even giving people that initial jolt of dopamine that comes with giving them insights and aha moments.
My goal is to affect change, to get people to move into action. ” ⬅️
Take-aways you do not want to miss 👇
- The step that convinced Alessandra to start noteworthy
- How you can give clients what they need
- Learn about Noteworthy’s Focus
- How to use LinkedIn to create content that addresses your client’s pain points
- The importance of simplifying training content
- Why you should provide actionable takeaways to drive meaningful change
- Learn about Noteworthy’s Vision
- What can be achieved through Strategic Team Building
- How to create long-term partnerships and opportunities for your business
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