Peer-to-Peer Coaching: Your New Secret Weapon

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Peer-to-Peer Coaching: Your New Secret WeaponSales Coaching, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on May 7, 2015 with 0 comment

Discover how to avoid slipping back into unproductive habits, drive adoption, and sustain positive change after any leadership training event is over. (Excerpt from Keith Rosen’s upcoming book Coachquest) During any coaching workshop I facilitate, the managers who care the most and who are truly coachable—the ones who take responsibility for creating coaching cultures in …

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Coach to Win, Not to Fix

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Coach to Win, Not to FixSales Coaching, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on March 29, 2015 with 0 comment

Today’s managers struggle to build their people’s morale, confidence, and trust. Find out what you can do to truly empower, rather than demoralize your team—no matter how toxic things may be. I love asking managers to list all the critical conversations they need to have throughout their careers. Their list of responses are always relevant, …

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6 Steps to Ensuring Your Salespeople Hit Their Goals in 2015

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6 Steps to Ensuring Your Salespeople Hit Their Goals in 2015Sales Coaching, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on February 15, 2015 with 6 comments

Your salespeople may have their goals for the year, but are they open to having you coach them to success and being fully accountable for their results? This article isn’t about setting goals. It’s about the conversation that often goes overlooked which will determine whether or not that salesperson is truly positioned for success. It’s …

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Your Company Just Blacklisted Coaching

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Your Company Just Blacklisted CoachingSales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on October 6, 2014 with 0 comment

If your first experience playing golf included getting hit by lightning during a passing storm, you may be a bit hesitant to get back on the course. Not that coaching feels like getting hit by lightning. Then again, depending upon the coach, I guess it could! That’s why the coaching relationship has to be built …

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Coaching Salespeople to Win More Sales! Salesforce.com Live Webcast Recording

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Coaching Salespeople to Win More Sales! Salesforce.com Live Webcast RecordingSales Coaching, Videos

by Keith Rosen on September 21, 2014 with 0 comment

What are the best-in-class sales leaders doing to better engage their team and win more sales? Watch this webcast with Keith Rosen and Jason Jordan as they discuss leadership best practices, the language of leadership and the role technology plays in building a bench of champions. Plus, a special announcement that every manager needs to …

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[Video] CRMs Need Data – People Need Coaching

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[Video] CRMs Need Data – People Need CoachingSales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on July 13, 2014 with 0 comment

Do you really know the difference between your superstars and your underperformers? They received the same training and support. When you look at the reports, CRM and activity, it appears they’re all doing the same thing; so where’s the disconnect? Identifying the unique, developmental opportunities for each of your directs requires a human touch and …

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Your Sales Culture is Killing You – Part 2 (Become Process Driven)

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Your Sales Culture is Killing You – Part 2 (Become Process Driven)Accountability, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on March 16, 2014 with 3 comments

My last post kicked off a six-part series entitled, “Your Sales Culture Is Killing You.” For example, in every conversation, when managers become too attached to the result or their own agenda, it erodes trust and sabotages people’s potential. That’s why it’s so critical to become a Process Driven Thinker. The Inner Game of Coaching …

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Don’t Let Good Intentions Sabotage Your Sales Team

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Don’t Let Good Intentions Sabotage Your Sales TeamSales Coaching, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on December 8, 2013 with 0 comment

Have you ever felt like you want more for people than they want for themselves? Sometimes we want so much for others to be happy, successful, and satisfied that we instill our own agenda into the coaching process. Align the potential you see in others with their personal goals or risk pushing your consistent performers …

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