THE POWER OF BHC™

(BHC = BRUTALLY HONEST CONVERSATIONS)

BHCS™ 
CHANGE THE GAME

INTRODUCTORY CONSULTATION

Expert Guidance

STRATEGIC PLANNING SESSION

Grow Your Business

BRANDING & POSITIONING ANALYSIS

Achieve Your Goals

INTRODUCTORY CONSULTATION

Expert Guidance

STRATEGIC PLANNING SESSION

Grow Your Business

BRANDING & POSITIONING ANALYSIS

Achieve Your Goals

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I am a huge advocate for BHCs (Brutally Honest Conversations). 

And here is why. 

BHCs, change the game.

You will hear me refer often to the power of BHCs. 

For today's blog, I'd like jump right to the point, and give you 3 very specific examples of how BHCs changed the game---and ultimately the branding strategy and structure---to best support these 3 very dynamic individuals. 

(1) HR CHRO

(2) JILL

(3) BRAD

It's funny. Whenever I jump to the jugular and ask these 2 very seemingly simple questions---I always hear a **great big sigh** and silence on the other end of that phone call. 

It's like they have been given permission, finally, to be real with themselves about what they truly want to create; who they are NOW (which is usually vastly different than 3.5 years ago); and what they DON'T want at this juncture. 

I've always been a big proponent (right word?) of BHCs. 

They are often game-changing in this line of work; and enable us to (1) jumpstart the branding process so that it is aligned correctly right from the start, and (2) enable my client(s) to land the role they want. 

There are a lot of caveats that go on behind in the recruitment; a lot of caveats, stereotypes, concerns, etc. that many job seekers are not aware of (at all), and as a result---end up spinning their wheels frustrated. 

I'm a proponent of stopping that behavior, and feel committed to educating job seekers on those caveats, so that they can better understand the "lay of the land" and what they are up against---as well as specific strategies and mindsets that will (1) laser-focus their energy on the 80/20--so not spin wheels, and (2) show them exactly how to work around to get what they want, and or (3) provide a BHC (e.g. remember--I tend to not sugar coat), and provide realistic feedback on the viability of my client's thought process (e.g. is that even realistic? or what needs to be in place to make that happen?) 

I am a commitment to doing whatever I can to alleviate they bottlenecks, and feel it is important to educate job seekers on these caveats---and also the strategies and mindsets that will enable you to bypass the bottlenecks and execute an 80/20 plan of action.