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Episode 3 - Listening, Diagnosing, and Telemedicine

Now more than ever, those working in the healthcare and the commercial real estate industry have to be very receptive to what their clients really need. In a time where patients and doctors are limiting physical contact, telemedicine is finding its way to the forefront of the healthcare industry. Pete Bolton is back in part 2 of his interview to tell everyone how QLE training can help providers ask better questions so that they can better diagnose their patients. Through his company, The Pete Bolton Company, he teaches executives to listen to their clients at a much higher level in order to find their true needs. These are changing times, so we all must adapt and take the time to listen properly!

In this episode, we talk about…

  • What separates a successful diagnosis from an unsuccessful diagnosis
  • Diagnosing over the phone when you can’t see somebody
  • 3 habits that you can adopt to improve your listening skills
  • Pete’s timeline of jobs that have taught him different lessons
  • Understanding what you want to do and how you want to do it
  • The one thing that you absolutely can’t do to the client
  • Different books that you can look to for inspiration
  • Things that you can do for yourself every single day to be successful
  • Are leaders born or are they trained?
  • You’ve got to be willing to listen, execute, and think to be successful

Links to resources:

Traction
Principles
Adapt
Xerox

Reach out to Pete about his services via telephone or email:
602-399-0367
pete@petebolton.com
Pete Bolton, President of the Pete Bolton Company

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