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Coaching Simplified: The Only Three Gaps You’ll Uncover and How to Coach Them

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Coaching Simplified: The Only Three Gaps You’ll Uncover and How to Coach ThemBooks, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, comunication, leadership, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on September 16, 2018 with 0 comment

If there’s one thing managers have mastered, it’s the ability to over-engineer even the simplest processes that would more efficiently attain results, in less time and without redundancies or complications. Coaching included. If you’ve ever struggled with how to move the coaching conversation forward after uncovering the Gap or coaching moment in a way that …

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So, You Want To Be A Manager? A Coaching Conversation

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So, You Want To Be A Manager? A Coaching ConversationAccountability, coaching salespeople, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on November 30, 2016 with 0 comment

Ever been approached by someone looking but not ready for a promotion into management? Here’s a five step process on how to facilitate this conversation to ensure people distinguish fact from fiction and know exactly what they’re signing up for. Have you ever had one of your direct reports, often the ones that were closest …

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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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