KP Peck, a Director in our San Francisco office, was recently invited to share their people-first perspective on generating demand and revenue.

KP Featured in Virtual Intelligence Briefing podcast
Photo: (Virtual Intelligence Briefing) KP Featured on the Virtual Intelligence Briefing podcast

Interviewed by Amanda McGuckin Hager of Virtual Intelligence Briefing, KP shared how their early career experience in an entry-level sales role helped develop people skills that they still leverage today. They reflect on how the trials of the pandemic have emphasized the power of relationships and leaning on our own networks, and how those connections have powered KP to success at Propeller. KP reflects on how small interactions, partnered with integrity and trust, lead to a personal network that ultimately leads to business demand.

KP maintains a daily mindfulness practice and credits that with much of their success and drive.

Focus on right now, this is what is happening right now. What is present is I can feel my breath, I have my feet on the ground, and this sales meeting is my focus right now. — KP Peck

Always interested in sharing the benefits of mindfulness with their team and network – they run a recurring casual Mindfulness Monday event for all of Propeller – KP offers valuable mindfulness resources for anyone interested in learning more:

There is so much we can leverage, as leaders in sales and marketing, about the brain. We can shift from siloed leaders to whole-person leaders, and focus on transparency and empathy, to ultimately build stronger relationships. — KP Peck

You can listen and watch the entire interview here.

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