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Are You Managing People or the Status Quo?

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Are You Managing People or the Status Quo?articles on leadership, Communication

by Keith Rosen on October 1, 2009 with 0 comment

Do your people want to be managed by you? It’s all about connection. The culture created within a company leads back to the efforts, actions and behavior of one person—the manager. I was sitting in a hotel restaurant having breakfast and preparing myself for a day of back to back meetings. While I was working …

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Share Ideas, Not Expectations

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Share Ideas, Not ExpectationsCommunication, How to Manage Your Team

by Keith Rosen on September 28, 2009 with 0 comment

When you interact with people on your team, do they tend to open up or clam up? How often you share ideas with your team vs. laying down expectations could be having a larger impact than you realize. When it comes to exemplifying poor leadership tactics, here’s one situation that took place at a recent …

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Not Sure How To Innovate? Forget Brainstorming, SmartStorming Shows You HowCommunication, Experiences in Marketing, Insights in Business, Leadership Academy, management tips, Marketing

by Keith Rosen on March 23, 2009 with 0 comment

Did you know that the concept of brainstorming as we know it today was invented nearly 70 years ago? This was right around the time when Roosevelt was President and gas cost 10-cents a gallon. Interestingly, while technology has advanced dramatically, the brainstorming process hasn’t changed much since then. Invite most 21st-century professionals to participate …

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The Most Empowering Sales Coaching Statement Ever

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The Most Empowering Sales Coaching Statement Evercoaching tips, Communication

by Keith Rosen on December 11, 2008 with 0 comment

There are things we want for ourselves and things we want for others. Learn how a single statement can powerfully empower others in a wide variety of situations. The ‘Wanting for’ statement is an independent, self containing strategy you can use at any time during normal conversation. A ‘wanting for’ statement can be used in …

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The Value of Effective Communication & Presentation Skills

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The Value of Effective Communication & Presentation SkillsCommunication

by Keith Rosen on September 22, 2008 with 0 comment

If you want to increase the impact of your communication and presentations, it’s your responsibility to make sure that 100% of your message is truly understood by every person you speak with. My wife and I attended an open school night, the first time we had an opportunity to sit down and listen to the …

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When Technology Disconnects Us – How Sales 2.0/Web 2.0 Is Diluting The Power of Interpersonal CommunicationAccountability, All About Selling, Business Coaching, Career Advice, Communication, customer service, Executive Coaching, How to Manage Your Team, How To Sell and Sales Tips, management tips, Sales Coaching, sales tips, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on August 12, 2008 with 0 comment

Sales 2.0; the conversion of technology and sales and the symbiotic relationship between the two; how they can be integrated together and co-exist in harmony. Yet, with all the technology that is going to change how salespeople sell and manage themselves, we need to be keenly sensitive about removing the human side of interaction and …

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How to Secure Your Spot on the Customer Service Hall of ShameAccountability, Communication, customer service, Insights in Business

by Keith Rosen on June 5, 2008 with 0 comment

Here’s an article long over due, pointing the finger to the companies who can hold their heads high as the worst at customer service. Here’s the article. To me, it all comes down to corporate accountability, and in most cases, there is none. And all roads go back to management! So if management isn’t being …

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