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Your Playbook for Winning More Sales Todaycoaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Executive Coaching, Sales Management, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on September 15, 2009 with 0 comment

After my trip to Ireland last month, I’m continuing my travels and have the pleasure of delivering another training event in the second of 8 countries that I am visiting over the next two months. This week, I’m enjoying the beautiful city of Prague and while I’m here, I’m fortunate enough to have the support …

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The Seduction of PotentialBooks by Keith Rosen, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Executive Coaching, How to Manage Your Team, Sales Coaching, Sales Management, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on September 15, 2009 with 0 comment

72 HOUR BOOK EVENT! Click here for more information and start winning more sales today. There are three areas in which managers constantly struggle. The first is deciding who to hire and where to find good talent. The second is deciding who to coach, how to coach and who to support when performance has dipped …

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Managing the Resistant Salesperson—Coach Them Anyway!

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Managing the Resistant Salesperson—Coach Them Anyway!management tips, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on February 12, 2009 with 0 comment

How do you handle those who don’t want to be coached? A good place to start is by asking them some of these well-crafted questions. It’s evident that today more than ever, we can all benefit from a little introspection and realignment in our thinking, in our approach to sales management as well as in …

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Motivate Through Pleasure Rather Than Consequence

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Motivate Through Pleasure Rather Than Consequencecoaching salespeople, management tips

by Keith Rosen on December 4, 2008 with 0 comment

Motivating through fear and intimidation results in the other person pushing to avoid things they don’t want rather than being pulled towards things they do want. One example of toxic motivation would be to motivate someone by pushing them into action through threats, such as the loss of their job or a punishment associated with …

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Don’t Confuse Coaching Your Team with Conceding to Them

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Don’t Confuse Coaching Your Team with Conceding to Themcoaching for managers, How to Manage Your Team

by Keith Rosen on November 27, 2008 with 0 comment

Asking each of your salespeople how they want to be managed and held accountable doesn’t mean you are giving up on team goals, expectations, and standards. Question: Here’s a question that an executive emailed me the other day. I thought the dialogue was blog worthy and valuable enough to share with you. “In your article …

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Full Accountability – What’s in it for Execs and Managers?

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Full Accountability – What’s in it for Execs and Managers?Accountability

by Keith Rosen on November 26, 2008 with 0 comment

Once you take full accountability for yourself as well as each person on your team, you are now able to empower others to be fully accountable for themselves. One reader emailed in a question asking for some further clarity around the bigger reward from becoming fully accountable for everything in our lives as well as …

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Embrace Full Accountability – For Everything and Everyone

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Embrace Full Accountability – For Everything and EveryoneAccountability

by Keith Rosen on November 18, 2008 with 0 comment

In business and life in general, you are fully accountable for everything that shows up in your life. Whether you choose to accept that or not is up to you. Dr. Marvin Jolson was very dear mentor of mine and a true business leader; a trailblazing pioneer and innovator when it came to the areas …

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How Even Blind Managers Can Learn to See Blind Spots

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How Even Blind Managers Can Learn to See Blind SpotsSales Management

by Keith Rosen on November 17, 2008 with 0 comment

It’s easy to become blind to the stories and scenarios our people repeatedly shower us with. We all have blind spots and need help seeing what’s hidden. After writing a posting the other day entitled, The Greatest Salespeople Scams Sales Managers Buy Into, I was hit with a few questions from readers. This particular post …

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