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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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Coaching Situation #3: When Can I Give Them the Answer?

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Coaching Situation #3: When Can I Give Them the Answer?How to Manage Your Team

by Keith Rosen on October 22, 2009 with 1 comment

Read the third and final installment of the three part series to learn when to give your clients the answer they are looking for and when to coach rather than train them. Situation: Bob, a successful, established and well seasoned insurance salesperson had been a long time top producer for his company. Since the company …

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Coaching Situation #2: When Do I Coach My People?

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Coaching Situation #2: When Do I Coach My People?How to Manage Your Team

by Keith Rosen on October 19, 2009 with 0 comment

Here’s the second installment of the three part saga of deciding whether to coach your clients or to train them. Learn when to coach your people and when to provide sales training. These three blogs detail how you can handle some common training and coaching scenarios that many managers find themselves in and the most …

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Coaching Situation #1: Do I Coach Them or Train Them?

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Coaching Situation #1: Do I Coach Them or Train Them?Executive Coaching

by Keith Rosen on October 15, 2009 with 2 comments

When coaching someone, The Gap is the space that exists between where the client is today and where they want or need to be. The question is, what exactly do you use to fill in this gap? Part of the reason why identifying the gap is such a critical starting point in coaching is this; …

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What Do You Coach? Coach The Gapcareer coaching, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Executive Coaching, How to Manage Your Team, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on October 12, 2009 with 3 comments

The most common question I hear from managers just starting to shift from manager to coach is, “How do I recognize where it is they need and could benefit from the coaching most?” Actually, covering the specifics of what you can coach someone on, from a tactical perspective is actually the easy part. It’s uncovering …

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When Your Team’s Potential Sabotages Your Coaching Efforts

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When Your Team’s Potential Sabotages Your Coaching Effortscoaching salespeople

by Keith Rosen on October 8, 2009 with 2 comments

Yes, you can want too much for your salespeople. More in fact than they may even want themselves. Jake learned this lesson quickly as a new coach. To this day, Jake’s unwavering commitment to every one of the salespeople on his team is to help them make the long-term changes they want and need in …

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19 Ways Leaders Can Create Buy-In Around Change

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19 Ways Leaders Can Create Buy-In Around ChangeCommunication

by Keith Rosen on October 5, 2009 with 0 comment

Great leaders possess an ability to connect with each person they manage and it all starts with how they communicate. Master the new language of leadership. Leadership is, in fact a language. It is a dialogue and a way of relating to people that makes the difference between a mediocre leader and a powerful one. …

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