How to Create Your Ideal Life in our New World – Developing Your Personal Navigation System

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How to Create Your Ideal Life in our New World – Developing Your Personal Navigation Systemcoaching for managers, coaching salespeople, comunication, Family, Goal Setting, happiness, leadership, Leadership Academy, Life Balance, Life Coaching and Career Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Time Management Tips, training for managers, Videos, webinar

by Keith Rosen on May 28, 2020 with 0 comment

Here’s the ONE question to determine whether you’re on the right path to achieve your goals, and create your ideal, balanced life. Excerpt from Keith’s New Time Management online Course Do you have ALL the daily activities that move you closer to your goals and keep your life in harmony, health, and happiness, without making …

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Uncertainty In The Workplace? Send Your Employees Home to Promote Wellness, Job Security, Fear and Isolation

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Uncertainty In The Workplace? Send Your Employees Home to Promote Wellness, Job Security, Fear and IsolationBusiness Coaching, coaching for managers, Executive Coaching, How to Manage Your Team, Insights in Business, Leadership Academy, management tips

by Keith Rosen on March 12, 2020 with 0 comment

I wrote this article in 2008 during the Great Recession. 12 years ago, and we’re still learning the same lesson today. While you can’t compare the loss of money to the loss of life, unfortunately, the longer it takes companies to get the lessons, the more costly the lessons become. Original article here Managers, Learn …

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THE Coaching Conversation Managers MUST Have to Ensure Salespeople Achieve Their Sales Goals

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THE Coaching Conversation Managers MUST Have to Ensure Salespeople Achieve Their Sales GoalsBusiness Coaching, career, career coaching, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, cold calling, leadership, management tips, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Time Management Tips, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on January 14, 2020 with 4 comments

USE THE ARTICLE SIGN-UP BOX ON THE RIGHT, (or below on your phone) AND GET INSTANT ACCESS! Sales quotas are set, but is there alignment, buy-in, COMMITMENT and a bulletproof strategy to achieve them? Are you certain your sales team has the SKILLS, MESSAGING, fearless ATTITUDE, SELF-ACCOUNTABILITY, TIME MANAGEMENT strategy, and structure to thrive? An …

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How Top Sales Managers Ensure Their Sales Team Consistently Achieves Sales Goals by COACHING THE WIN – Coach’s Corner Video Series

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How Top Sales Managers Ensure Their Sales Team Consistently Achieves Sales Goals by COACHING THE WIN – Coach’s Corner Video SeriesAccountability, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, coaching tips, podcast, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, sales articles, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Videos

by Keith Rosen on November 22, 2019 with 0 comment

The Coaching Playbook – A Powerful Lesson for Managers When Coaching Salespeople to WIN Managers miss out on many opportunities to coach people around a WIN or the positive behavior they’ve observed that needs to be reinforced. Conversely, they focus more time on what their people need to do differently or better. Here’s a powerful …

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Great Managers Coach and Play from the Sidelines So Their Sales Team Can Win

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Great Managers Coach and Play from the Sidelines So Their Sales Team Can Wincoaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Executive Coaching, leadership, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, training for managers, Videos

by Keith Rosen on September 24, 2019 with 0 comment

☠YOU CAN’T SCALE DEPENDENCY! Ever see a coach at a sporting event run onto the field to play for their players? 🏃‍♀️ Then why are managers so quick to take OWNERSHIP of their team’s problems by telling them what to do? Instead, coach from the SIDELINES so your team can win: 👉 START HERE: In …

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5 Dangerous Assumptions Salespeople Make that Sabotage Sales and How to Save Them

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5 Dangerous Assumptions Salespeople Make that Sabotage Sales and How to Save ThemBooks by Keith Rosen, Career Advice, career coaching, closing the sale, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Communication, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Training, selling

by Keith Rosen on August 3, 2019 with 1 comment

When salespeople lose a sale, do you assume it’s a gap in skill, experience, knowledge, passion, attitude or commitment? Actually, the root cause of all lost sales, communication breakdowns, departmental silos, and strained relationships that lead to mistrust are the ASSUMPTIONS we make every day. INSTANT DOWNLOAD Here’s a sales coaching playbook to avoid these …

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Your Salespeople Hate Being Coached and Why Sales Managers Resist Coaching Them

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Your Salespeople Hate Being Coached and Why Sales Managers Resist Coaching ThemAccountability, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on April 24, 2019 with 4 comments

There are many shared, best practices between sales coaching and selling. If the evolution of selling is coaching vs. closing customers, this also applies to how you manage and develop your team. Here’s how to break free of the most toxic of coaching tactics that kills team productivity and trust. Here’s a a global epidemic …

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Avoid OVER-Coaching! How Managers Quickly Coach Salespeople to Improve Performance & Save their Sanity – PODCAST

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Avoid OVER-Coaching! How Managers Quickly Coach Salespeople to Improve Performance & Save their Sanity – PODCASTcoaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Leadership, podcast, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on February 11, 2019 with 0 comment

I know. When you’re coaching, it can often feel like you’re continually going down a dark abyss with no end in site. It could be maddening, or at least frustrating enough for the coach and coachee to loose their patience and composure, which erodes the value or path to improvement that could have been created …

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