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Daily Sales Coaching Videos for Managers

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Daily Sales Coaching Videos for ManagersAll About Selling, coaching for managers, Executive Coaching, How to Manage Your Team, management tips, Sales Coaching, Sales Management, training for managers, Uncategorized

by Keith Rosen on July 30, 2012 with 0 comment

How do you keep your management and communication skills sharp with so much demanding your attention? Now, you can get a 3 minute blast of value rich, tactical “What you can do right now” strategies to immediately impact the performance of your direct reports and salespeople.   Coaching: A Universal Language Over the last few …

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Danger! Thinking You’re a Super Coach is Risky Business

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Danger! Thinking You’re a Super Coach is Risky Businesscoaching for managers, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on May 24, 2011 with 1 comment

People want to be managed by someone they can connect with. They want to look up to you for guidance and mentoring, they also want to feel comfortable knowing you’re not perfect. In my last post which you can read here, I shared a template that any manager can use when beginning the process of …

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Coach Up! (Part 7) – The Benefits of Coaching Your Boss

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Coach Up! (Part 7) – The Benefits of Coaching Your BossLife Coaching and Career Coaching

by Keith Rosen on November 9, 2010 with 4 comments

When it comes to coaching your boss, initiating these types of conversations is probably something that most people have not tried. (Here you can find the first six articles in the Coach Up series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, and Part 6) Imagine what would be possible if you can …

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Coach Up! (Part 6) – Coaching Boundaries With Your Boss

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Coach Up! (Part 6) – Coaching Boundaries With Your BossLife Coaching and Career Coaching

by Keith Rosen on November 8, 2010 with 3 comments

Here’s what you can say to your boss in order to strengthen your relationship and enable you to address your concerns about being coached in a collaborative way, without putting anyone on the defensive. (Here you can find the first five articles in the Coach Up series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, …

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Coach Up! (Part 5) – Coach Your Boss How to Manage You

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Coach Up! (Part 5) – Coach Your Boss How to Manage YouCommunication, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on October 29, 2010 with 2 comments

Here’s what you can say to your boss in order to foster an open dialogue that would create the possibility of reinventing your relationship, as well as establishing clear expectations around how you like to be managed. (Here you can find the first four articles in the Coach Up Series: Part 1, Part 2, Part …

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Coach Up! (Part 4) – Crafting the Message When Coaching Up

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Coach Up! (Part 4) – Crafting the Message When Coaching UpCommunication, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on October 27, 2010 with 6 comments

What exactly would it sound like when coaching up around the situations you find yourself in where you recognize an opportunity to coach up? Learn to set proper expectations when crafting your message. (Here you can find the first three articles in the Coach Up Series: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3) In the …

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Coach Up! (Part 3) – 8 Guiding Principles When Coaching Your Boss

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Coach Up! (Part 3) – 8 Guiding Principles When Coaching Your BossCommunication, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on October 25, 2010 with 3 comments

In addition to managing your mindset, disposition, and communication strategy when coaching up, these eight principles will ensure your coaching efforts are both well received and effective. (Here you can find the first two articles in the Coach Up Series: Part 1 and Part 2) 1. Passive Coaching Isn’t Coaching A passive approach to coaching …

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To Avoid Confrontation, Seek to Understand Their Point of View

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To Avoid Confrontation, Seek to Understand Their Point of ViewCommunication

by Keith Rosen on December 2, 2009 with 1 comment

To avoid the confrontation that happens in daily communication, focus on helping other people get what they want in every conversation by first understanding their point of view around every situation. Rather than shut down people’s listening, these 16  questions are intended to expand the creation new possibilities so that everyone can win. Connecting on …

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