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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Sales IS Personal. 13 Questions That Hyper-Qualify Every Prospect and Selling Opportunity

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Sales IS Personal. 13 Questions That Hyper-Qualify Every Prospect and Selling Opportunitycold calling, Remote Work, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, sales tips, Sales Training, selling

by Keith Rosen on December 1, 2020 with 0 comment

Qualifying a prospect to determine if your product is a fit is one thing but how do you qualify their MINDSET to ensure what they say is also what they think? Here are 13 questions that help you get into your prospect’s head to assess their attitude and thinking, uncover any costly assumptions they’re making …

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INTERVIEW With Top Sales World – What Top Managers Are Doing to Lead Successful Teams in a Remote Workplace

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INTERVIEW With Top Sales World – What Top Managers Are Doing to Lead Successful Teams in a Remote Workplacecareer, coaching salespeople, Communication, Interviews, podcast, Remote Work, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on October 9, 2020 with 0 comment

In this interview with Top Sales World, Jonathan Farrington and I discuss the ongoing reactive scramble companies are experiencing as they desperately try to reinvent themselves. But it begins with your people. As the late, great John Lennon would say, “All you need is love.” Here’s what top managers are doing to lead successful teams …

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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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You’re One Degree Away From Another Sale or Another Sales Slump

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You’re One Degree Away From Another Sale or Another Sales Slumpcoaching salespeople, leadership, Remote Work, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on July 30, 2020 with 1 comment

“Maybe we should stop coaching and be more directive so we can accelerate results now.” Unfortunately, this is the message I’m hearing from senior leadership to their front line sales managers, as companies fearfully scramble to reinvent themselves. While leaders are masters at over-engineering things, the answer to boosting your joy, confidence, quality of life …

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My Salespeople Are Slacking Off Working from Home! Myths of the Remote Workplace – Part 3

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My Salespeople Are Slacking Off Working from Home! Myths of the Remote Workplace – Part 3happiness, health, Life Balance, Live Responsibly: Life Tips, Great Living, Remote Work, Sales Coaching, Sales Management, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on June 10, 2020 with 0 comment

For those micromanagers out there, fear not! You can still micromanage your team remotely. I’m joking of course, but the fact is, the next two powerful remote workplace myths focus on observation and how you can observe your team effectively and proactively to uncover previously unrecognizable coaching and developmental opportunities that will boost personal productivity …

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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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