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How Top Sales Managers Ensure Their Sales Team Consistently Achieves Sales Goals by COACHING THE WIN – Coach’s Corner Video Series

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How Top Sales Managers Ensure Their Sales Team Consistently Achieves Sales Goals by COACHING THE WIN – Coach’s Corner Video SeriesAccountability, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, coaching tips, podcast, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, sales articles, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Videos

by Keith Rosen on November 22, 2019 with 0 comment

The Coaching Playbook – A Powerful Lesson for Managers When Coaching Salespeople to WIN Managers miss out on many opportunities to coach people around a WIN or the positive behavior they’ve observed that needs to be reinforced. Conversely, they focus more time on what their people need to do differently or better. Here’s a powerful …

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Sales Futurists Roundtable – How to Achieve Your 2020 Sales Goals With Fewer Resources

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Sales Futurists Roundtable – How to Achieve Your 2020 Sales Goals With Fewer ResourcesBusiness Coaching, Interviews, Live Events, podcast, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, sales tips, selling, Videos, webinar

by Keith Rosen on November 12, 2019 with 0 comment

  Are You Listening in the C-Lounge? I Need Help! We understand that in most organizations, the the sales manager has become pivotal. They are driving the sales team, which is the company’s engine room. The primary objective of a professional sales manager needs to be: “To achieve consistently superior results through the performance of …

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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 0 comment

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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SALES LEADERSHIP Coach Training Course for Managers and Salespeople IS LIVE!

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SALES LEADERSHIP Coach Training Course for Managers and Salespeople IS LIVE!Live Events, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, sales tips, sales tools, Sales Training, seminars, training for managers, Videos, webinar

by Keith Rosen on October 3, 2019 with 0 comment

I FINALLY CLONED MYSELF!👥 MY SALES LEADERSHIP COACH TRAINING COURSE that I’ve delivered for 30 years on 6 continents & 75 countries is ONLINE! If the primary objective of leadership is to make your people more valuable, then why are most managers doing  the same things that don’t work, but faster, so you get to …

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If Great Results are a Byproduct of Your Actions, To Sell More – Ignore Your Sales Goals and Trust Your Process

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If Great Results are a Byproduct of Your Actions, To Sell More – Ignore Your Sales Goals and Trust Your ProcessAccountability, career, Goal Setting, Life Balance, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Time Management Tips

by Keith Rosen on September 28, 2019 with 0 comment

We all feel the pressure to generate results. What if the source of lost sales, selling-stress, and missed sales targets is focusing too much on the RESULT than your PROCESS. Doing more of the wrong things faster push you away from your goals. The finish line isn’t where the race begins. Top performers prepare to …

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Great Managers Coach and Play from the Sidelines So Their Sales Team Can Win

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Great Managers Coach and Play from the Sidelines So Their Sales Team Can Wincoaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Executive Coaching, leadership, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, training for managers, Videos

by Keith Rosen on September 24, 2019 with 0 comment

☠YOU CAN’T SCALE DEPENDENCY! Ever see a coach at a sporting event run onto the field to play for their players? 🏃‍♀️ Then why are managers so quick to take OWNERSHIP of their team’s problems by telling them what to do? Instead, coach from the SIDELINES so your team can win: 👉 START HERE: In …

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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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