Stacey Hanke

Stacey Hanke

Guest Writer
CEO of Stacey Hanke Inc.

About Stacey Hanke

Stacey Hanke is author of Influence Redefined…Be the Leader You Were Meant to Be, Monday to Monday. She is the founder of Stacey Hanke Inc. and has presented to Coca-Cola, FedEx, Kohl’s, Nationwide, General Mills and McDonald’s. She has been featured on The New York Times, Forbes, SmartMoney and Lifetime Network.

More From Stacey Hanke

Growth Strategies

Every Day in Business Should Be Treated Like Super Bowl Sunday

As the Niners and Chiefs ready to battle, there are lessons entrepreneurs can learn from their preparation.
Success

Is Your Reputation Making or Breaking You?

Your reputation precedes you in client, co-worker and one-on-one meetings.
Leadership

How Much Influence Do You Have?

Self-awareness and adaptability are among the essential traits in building trust.
Leadership

Sorry, Not Sorry: How Superficial Apologies Cost You Credibility and Trust.

A manual for sharpening your contrition skills.
Presentations

Plan the Perfect Presentation for Your Audience With These 5 Tips

Business professionals are busy. Make sure they feel like your presentation is worth their time.
Trust

You Can't Lead Effectively Without Trust

Follow these do's and don'ts to build trust with your team.
Questions

The Best Way to Respond to Questions After a Presentation or Meeting

Using this method is sure to increase your credibility with your audience.
Listening

Stop Interrupting and Listen to the Question

Not letting the questioner finish makes you look hasty or lacking in confidence.
Presentations

3 Tricks to Get People to Actually Listen to Your Presentations

Make sure your audience doesn't tune out what you have to say.
Leadership Strategy

You Got Promoted to Be the Boss of Your Former Team. Now What?

Here's how to navigate the transition from peer to boss.
Meetings

Make Sure Your Meetings Don't Waste Everyone's Time by Doing These 10 Things

Participants will get more out of meetings if you follow these techniques.
Listening

This Important Leadership Skill Isn't Hard to Master, But Most Don't Do It

Here are seven ways for leaders to actively listen and connect with what others have to say.
Listening

Are People Actually Listening to and Understanding What You Say? Here Are 5 Signs to Watch.

If you want to lead effectively, you need to make sure people actively listen.

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