Reveal Hidden Talents with Misti’s Newsletter
Misti is one of the most down-to-earth people you’ll meet… she is an award-winning author, entrepreneur & innovator. Her work has been featured on National Public Radio (NPR), in the Washington Business Journal, and the Huffington Post, just to name a few. Nearly fifteen years ago, Misti started her career with a passion for helping young and seasoned professionals understand how to communicate effectively with one another – today, her groundbreaking work is about helping leaders reveal the talent hidden within their team.
Misti’s Latest Book
PROVOKING GREATNESS – When complacency and survival have overtaken a thriving and effective team, you have three choices: ignore their gifts, address them poorly, or leverage the gifts that are shared in Provoking Greatness and discover how to unleash the hidden potential in your team when it matters most.
Current And Past Happy Clients
“Through the power of listening and summarizing situations, Misti has an uncanny way of motivating not just you but your whole team!”Susan Malone
“Working with Misti Burmeister will be one of the best decisions you have ever made as a leader. She helped me integrate new behaviors and thought processes to bolster my overall leadership presence.”Kevin Frick
What Is the Most Important Leadership Skill? The single most important skill in leadership is also one of the hardest to practice. This is especially true when you’re weighed down with deadlines and have employees looking to you for guidance. It’s easier to keep your...read more
Her words spun in my head as I made the long walk across the office building to my side of the office. Imagining that everyone in the building knew exactly what she had just said to me, my mind filled with judgments I imagined they were making about me. I could almost...read more
Young, and feeling like a total impostor My first year in business, I made a grand total of $20K, which was enough to pay my bills (barely). To eat, I would go to the upscale pizza restaurant down the street from where I lived. I would bring my computer to the bar and...read more