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It can be tricky, getting to know one another. Since our client base, as well as our team, are scattered from coast to coast and across multiple time zones, it can take a while to build up momentum for a book launch or social media presence, simply because we’re getting to know one another through emails and phone conferences. But there are times, sometimes almost from the instant we begin to work with a client, when we can get a sense of the success that we will be privileged to be a part of as the Weaving Influence team.

Meet Lisa McLeod

Lisa is a sales leadership expert, keynote speaker, and best-selling author whose books include Selling With Noble Purpose, The Triangle of Truth, and Forget Perfect. Lisa has contributed at and has appeared on the Today Show, NBC Nightly News, and Good Morning America. A fun tidbit about Lisa is that she was voted “Most Talkative” in her high school class, a trait that has served her well throughout her career. Not only has she put her ability to talk to good use, but when she talks, what she has to say is definitely worth listening to!

Where to Find Lisa This Week:

33 Voices – Interview with Lisa

McLeod & More, Inc. Blog – What the Worst Companies to Work For in America Have in Common

McLeod & More, Inc.How Traditional Sales Management Training Sabotages Purpose

Video – Why Noble Purpose Matters

Connect with Lisa:

Visit Lisa’s website, learn more about engaging her as a Keynote Speaker, follow her on Twitter and YouTube, and connect on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Upcoming Event:

Lisa wants to change the conversation surrounding sales. More than making money, it’s about making a difference, and it’s time to take a look at the purpose behind the bottom line. During the week of October 21 – 25, 2013, Lisa and the team at Weaving Influence are taking part in a Buzz Week for her book, Selling With Noble Purpose. If you’d like to get involved, we’ll include more information and links in a future Featured on Friday post, so check back soon!

Share Your Thoughts: Have you ever heard Lisa speak? If you could ask her any question, what would it be?