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[Video] Observation Reluctance? How to Create Buy-In with Your Sales Team

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[Video] Observation Reluctance? How to Create Buy-In with Your Sales TeamSales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on April 11, 2013 with 0 comment

Are your people resistant to being observed? Whether on the phone or during a joint sales call, learn how to enroll your people in observation so they actually want to be observed. Keith Rosen demonstrates how to get a reluctant salesperson open to observation. (Full template below.) Excerpt from a live Q & A event …

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How to Enroll Your People in Coaching

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How to Enroll Your People in Coachingcoaching for managers, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on May 20, 2011 with 0 comment

Discover four strategic approaches to enrolling your people in coaching, what each approach accomplishes, and how to determine when to use each one. In my last post which you can read here, I shared a template that any manager can use when beginning the process of enrolling or re-enrolling their direct reports in a coaching …

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How to Overcome Resistance to Coaching

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How to Overcome Resistance to Coachingcoaching for managers, Communication

by Keith Rosen on May 19, 2011 with 0 comment

Learn how to introduce (or reintroduce) coaching to your team that creates buy in and a safe environment for you and your employees. As a manager, you may believe in the importance of coaching. And in my line of work, I know lots of managers who see the value in coaching their direct reports. However, …

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If No One Likes to be Sold, Enroll Instead

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If No One Likes to be Sold, Enroll Insteadclosing the sale, sales tips

by Keith Rosen on September 25, 2008 with 0 comment

When presenting to a prospect, there’s a big difference between convincing and enrolling. Especially after identifying specific problems within the organization. Imagine you are at the point in a sale where you’re going to share the solution and enroll them in the solution and more so, taking action and making a change. Convincing/Selling: Changing someone’s …

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The Top 10 Self-Sabotaging Behaviors Managers Engage In

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The Top 10 Self-Sabotaging Behaviors Managers Engage Inarticles on leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on August 7, 2008 with 0 comment

Every manager wants to develop a team of champions. Yet, only a select few have been able to truly realize this goal and enjoy the benefits that follow. Not that sales quotas aren’t being achieved; they’re just being done so at a greater expense; the managers’ time, resources, peace of mind and energy. However, the …

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Get Your Head Out of Your Assumptions

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Get Your Head Out of Your AssumptionsLive Responsibly: Life Tips, Great Living

by Keith Rosen on September 25, 2005 with 0 comment

Have you ever done something that you know is not in your best interest? Have you ever avoided doing something that is in your best interest? Have you ever crafted such a well justified excuse that you actually wound up believing it yourself? Allow me to introduce to you my definition for the global phenomenon …

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