Are You a Sales Professional or a Sales Prostitute?

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Are You a Sales Professional or a Sales Prostitute?closing the sale, coaching salespeople, cold calling, comunication, Goal Setting, leadership, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Remote Work, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, selling

by Keith Rosen on December 2, 2020 with 0 comment

Have you ever wanted a sale so badly that you were willing to make compromises in pursuit of that sale? I’m not just talking about discounting or sweetening the deal, but compromising your personal values and integrity by taking on a customer who you know simply isn’t a fit. Here’s my story, and the valuable …

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Companies Still Don’t Know What Coaching Is. Adopt This Universal Definition of Coaching to Build a Coaching Culture

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Companies Still Don’t Know What Coaching Is. Adopt This Universal Definition of Coaching to Build a Coaching Culturecomunication, Culture, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, selling

by Keith Rosen on December 1, 2020 with 0 comment

When I ask senior leaders if they have a companywide adopted, universal definition of coaching, the answer is typically, “NO.” That’s why, when managers say they don’t have time to coach, it’s because most companies don’t define what coaching really is. Here’s what this conversation sounds like, and my universal definition of coaching you can …

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When New Managers Inherit Old Problems and Management Promises – Part Two

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When New Managers Inherit Old Problems and Management Promises – Part TwoAccountability, Career Advice, coaching salespeople, comunication, Culture, Leadership, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on October 15, 2020 with 0 comment

As a manager who inherited an existing team, you’ve taken the time to set proper expectations to build new, trusted relationships with your team, using the template I shared in Part One. Sometimes, managers just get lucky and inherit a solid, accountable, top-performing team. But what happens when there are people on your newly inherited …

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LOVE Is The Core Value That Drives Business Success and Fuels Cultural Greatness. Are You Ready?

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LOVE Is The Core Value That Drives Business Success and Fuels Cultural Greatness. Are You Ready?Career Advice, comunication, Culture, Family, happiness, HR issues, Insights in Business, leadership, Remote Work, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, selling

by Keith Rosen on September 16, 2020 with 1 comment

Get Ready HR and enablement. Love is now the dominant value in top companies. We’re not talking about interoffice relationships, but what’s needed to achieve the cultural greatness you seek. What was once a taboo word that triggered fear and HR compliance conversations, is now something human resources and enablement need to reconsider embrace, and …

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Employee Productivity and Engagement Will Drop Working from Home. Myths of the Remote Workplace – Part 2

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Employee Productivity and Engagement Will Drop Working from Home. Myths of the Remote Workplace – Part 2career, career coaching, coaching salespeople, comunication, Hiring and recruiting, leadership, Life Balance, management articles, Remote Work, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on June 1, 2020 with 0 comment

As we continue to make this transition around how we manage our lives and careers, managers have the added responsibility of ensuring their employees are staying engaged, maintaining productivity, and feeling supported and connected to the team and the company. To avoid sabotaging yourself and your team, it’s essential to be mindful of these four …

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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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What’s Worse than Losing Your Keys, Wallet and Phone? This…

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What’s Worse than Losing Your Keys, Wallet and Phone? This…active listening, Books by Keith Rosen, career coaching, comunication, Leadership, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, sales tips, selling

by Keith Rosen on April 9, 2019 with 1 comment

Consider the cost of losing your patience when speaking with your team, peers, customers and family. What if you never lose what you need most in sales & management? How would this impact your performance, attitude, stress and relationships? Here’s the secret to finding eternal patience, peace, and how you can double your team’s productivity. …

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Your Culture Sucks. 15 Questions To Assess Your  Company Ecosystem and Coaching Effectiveness

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Your Culture Sucks. 15 Questions To Assess Your Company Ecosystem and Coaching Effectivenessbusiness ethics, comunication, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on March 18, 2019 with 2 comments

Does your company culture reflect your people and their personal values? Are your people a reflection of your culture? Does the attitude and behavior within your organization reflect your desired culture? Does your culture reflect not just your corporate vision but your team vision, as well as your team’s and your personal vision and values? …

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