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15 Questions to Ask Your Employees and Yourself to Embrace the New Normal and Create a Healthy, Happy Lifestyle and Productive Remote Workplace

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15 Questions to Ask Your Employees and Yourself to Embrace the New Normal and Create a Healthy, Happy Lifestyle and Productive Remote Workplacecoaching salespeople, coaching tips, Communication, Executive Coaching, health, leadership, Life Balance, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on April 8, 2020 with 0 comment

Managers and their teams who have been trained on how to work, coach and sell remotely around this unprecedented change and transition are experiencing breakthrough results. These 15 questions will help you and your remote team increase personal productivity while maintaining a healthy, balanced life. Managers, Learn How to Coach and Manage a Remote Team …

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How to Improve Customer Retention, Build Trust and Become Eternally Patient

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How to Improve Customer Retention, Build Trust and Become Eternally Patientactive listening, career, career coaching, coaching articles, coaching salespeople, coaching tips, cold calling, Communication, leadership, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on December 28, 2019 with 0 comment

Lose This One Thing, and You Can Kiss Your Customers, Employees and Trust Goodbye Are you a patient leader, salesperson and communicator? Do you shift from coaching to telling and become frustrated when the person isn’t “getting it” fast enough? When you’re not getting your way in a conversation, do you shift from collaboration to …

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This Manager Got Fired After Checking-In for a Flight at JFK Airport

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This Manager Got Fired After Checking-In for a Flight at JFK AirportAccountability, American Entitlement, business ethics, career, Communication, Sales Leadership

by Keith Rosen on November 11, 2019 with 2 comments

What do you do when you observe someone blatantly disrespect another person in some way? Do you intervene or idly stand by? Here’s one manager who took matters into his own hands, and the difficult stand to do what’s right. If you’re an avid traveler like me, you’ve probably lost count of how many flights …

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PLAN for the UNPLANNED To Take Control of your Day and Your Life

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PLAN for the UNPLANNED To Take Control of your Day and Your LifeAccountability, Career Advice, career coaching, Communication, customer service, Goal Setting, happiness, Life Balance, Sales Management, Time Management Tips

by Keith Rosen on November 11, 2019 with 0 comment

Regardless of your job or position, one thing people struggle with most is managing their time so you can end each day feeling productive, happy and stress-free, rather than frustrated and overwhelmed when looking at your long list of to-do’s that were left incomplete. Here’s the secret to getting EVERYTHING done on your task list …

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What They Said Isn’t What You Think You Heard – How to Destroy or Improve Relationships, Coaching and Productivity

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What They Said Isn’t What You Think You Heard – How to Destroy or Improve Relationships, Coaching and ProductivityCareer Advice, Communication, leadership, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on September 20, 2019 with 0 comment

Do you really know what people mean when they say, “Success, coaching, difficult, call, or strategy?” You’re not speaking the same language when coaching or collaborating with coworkers and employees. Here’s the #1 cause of problems, strained relationships and unmet goals and what you can do to immediately eliminate it. SALES LEADERSHIP Named One of …

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To Improve Relationships and Sales Productivity, Change the Way You Listen

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To Improve Relationships and Sales Productivity, Change the Way You ListenAccountability, active listening, appreciateion, Communication, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, selling

by Keith Rosen on September 11, 2019 with 0 comment

 Ever feel your parents are annoying? I did. Active listening is the cornerstone to effective communication, leadership, selling and coaching. The FILTER and assumptions we create when listening will build trust or erode it. PROactive, Intentional listening improves relationships or destroys them. It makes the difference between being an average performer or mediocre salesperson …

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5 Dangerous Assumptions Salespeople Make that Sabotage Sales and How to Save Them

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5 Dangerous Assumptions Salespeople Make that Sabotage Sales and How to Save ThemBooks by Keith Rosen, Career Advice, career coaching, closing the sale, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Communication, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Training, selling

by Keith Rosen on August 3, 2019 with 1 comment

When salespeople lose a sale, do you assume it’s a gap in skill, experience, knowledge, passion, attitude or commitment? Actually, the root cause of all lost sales, communication breakdowns, departmental silos, and strained relationships that lead to mistrust are the ASSUMPTIONS we make every day. INSTANT DOWNLOAD Here’s a sales coaching playbook to avoid these …

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SALES LEADERSHIP Video – Book Club Chapter Discussions Episodes 1-5

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SALES LEADERSHIP Video – Book Club Chapter Discussions Episodes 1-5Books, Books by Keith Rosen, Business Coaching, career, coaching salespeople, Communication, leadership, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Videos

by Keith Rosen on March 2, 2019 with 0 comment

A great company, IRC, based in the UK, read my book, and immediately contacted me to inquire if I would be interested in being part of their yearly book club. What you will find here are five distinct sessions between Jonathan Graham and Michael Price, the two gentlemen who you’ll be listening to. Enjoy their …

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