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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Don’t Accidentally Teach Your Team to Avoid Full Accountability

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Don’t Accidentally Teach Your Team to Avoid Full AccountabilityAccountability

by Keith Rosen on November 10, 2008 with 0 comment

Sometimes understanding can come at the most unexpected times and in unexpected places. Here’s a lesson of accountability I learned in Burger King’s drive through. “What is that guy doing now?” It was just an odd maneuver. Something out of the ordinary from what would have typically been an everyday experience at the drive through …

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When Technology Disconnects Us – How Sales 2.0/Web 2.0 Is Diluting The Power of Interpersonal CommunicationAccountability, All About Selling, Business Coaching, Career Advice, Communication, customer service, Executive Coaching, How to Manage Your Team, How To Sell and Sales Tips, management tips, Sales Coaching, sales tips, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on August 12, 2008 with 0 comment

Sales 2.0; the conversion of technology and sales and the symbiotic relationship between the two; how they can be integrated together and co-exist in harmony. Yet, with all the technology that is going to change how salespeople sell and manage themselves, we need to be keenly sensitive about removing the human side of interaction and …

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What Exactly Do You Coach? The Top Ten Things You Can Coach Someone OnAccountability, Books by Keith Rosen, Business Coaching, coaching articles, coaching for managers, coaching tips, Executive Coaching, Life Coaching and Career Coaching, Sales Coaching, Sales Management, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on August 5, 2008 with 0 comment

What Exactly Do You Coach? The Top Ten Things You Can Coach Someone On I have found that the gap (the space you coach that is the area of opportunity which exists between where the person is now and where they want to be or the result they want to achieve) represents several key indicators …

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How to Coach Your Manager to Best Coach You – Well…Maybe

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How to Coach Your Manager to Best Coach You – Well…MaybeAccountability, Career Advice

by Keith Rosen on June 27, 2008 with 0 comment

According to a recent Maritz Poll, the toxic boss is still alive and thriving. Sure, no breakthrough news here but what if you, as the recipient of this type of manager, could actually do something about it? Knowing the type of boss you have, their limitations, their management style, their priorities, what drives them and …

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THE SEVEN TYPES OF MANAGERSAccountability, articles on leadership, Books, Books by Keith Rosen, Business Coaching, coaching tips, Executive Coaching, management tips, Sales Management, Technology and Software, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on June 24, 2008 with 0 comment

  With all the efforts those who are managed, put forth in an often last valiant attempt to salvage a once positive work environment, at the core of every unhealthy working environment is the toxic boss, manager or supervisor that breeds it. All roads go back to the manager. And if the manager isn’t willing …

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How to Secure Your Spot on the Customer Service Hall of ShameAccountability, Communication, customer service, Insights in Business

by Keith Rosen on June 5, 2008 with 0 comment

Here’s an article long over due, pointing the finger to the companies who can hold their heads high as the worst at customer service. Here’s the article. To me, it all comes down to corporate accountability, and in most cases, there is none. And all roads go back to management! So if management isn’t being …

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