INTERVIEW: New Book by Keith Rosen! Sales Leadership – A Tactical Playbook for Busy Leaders to Develop Top Performing Coaching Cultures

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INTERVIEW: New Book by Keith Rosen! Sales Leadership – A Tactical Playbook for Busy Leaders to Develop Top Performing Coaching CulturesBooks, Books by Keith Rosen, Business Coaching, career coaching, Interviews, leadership, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on September 5, 2018 with 0 comment

I appreciate the opportunity to be featured on the cover, along with a great interview with Jonathan Farrington discussing my new book, Sales Leadership in the latest issue of Top Sales Magazine. I’m excited to get this book into your hands, so that all managers and salespeople can become exemplary sales leaders and trailblazing coaches …

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Lost Your Goals? How to Find Your Way Back to Now

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Lost Your Goals? How to Find Your Way Back to NowAccountability, appreciateion, Career Advice, Family, Goal Setting, gratitude, happiness, health, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on August 17, 2018 with 1 comment

I’m not arguing the title is fairly ambiguous, if paradoxical. Therein lies the lesson. Do you have both eyes focused on achieving results and goals, or do you have your eyes in the present moment? What’s going to lead to greater success? The answer may surprise you. Order SALES LEADERSHIP, named on of the top …

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Transforming Managers & Salespeople into Sales Leaders – Webcast Interview with Keith Rosen

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Transforming Managers & Salespeople into Sales Leaders – Webcast Interview with Keith RosenBusiness Coaching, Career Advice, comunication, Goal Setting, Interviews, leadership, Live Events, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Sales Training, Time Management Tips, Videos, webinar

by Keith Rosen on August 10, 2018 with 1 comment

 In this interview with Ken Lundin, Keith Rosen, MCC discusses his last book, Own Your Day, as well as his upcoming and highly anticipated book, Sales Leadership. Grab a notepad and be prepared to walk away with some solid strategies to live with intention not by reaction, hyper-accelerate productivity, create life balance to own …

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To Develop a Champion Sales Team, Change Starts with You

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To Develop a Champion Sales Team, Change Starts with YouFamily, Goal Setting, great life, leadership, Life Balance, Live Responsibly: Life Tips, Great Living, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on August 3, 2018 with 0 comment

Are you modeling the behavior you want to see in others? What’s one thing you can do today that would support, impact and help others succeed, as you continue to transform into an extraordinary coach? Making your people more valuable starts with making yourself more valuable. Tapping into that personal power will always be your …

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To Improve Team Performance, Change Your Thinking First

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To Improve Team Performance, Change Your Thinking FirstAccountability, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Executive Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on July 13, 2018 with 0 comment

            Every day, the stakes get higher when it comes to attracting and retaining more customers. And when sales dip, often, the first reaction from management is, “More training.” Unfortunately, doing so can cause more damage and impede performance even more. That’s because the solution isn’t more training. Every positive …

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To Sell More – Ignore Your Sales Goals and Trust Your Process

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To Sell More – Ignore Your Sales Goals and Trust Your Processcold calling, Cold Calling Tips, Goal Setting, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, Sales Training, selling

by Keith Rosen on July 8, 2018 with 2 comments

              Of course, we’re not going to abandon our sales goals, just the toxic thinking that surrounds them! We all feel the pressure to generate results. What if the real source of prospecting failure is focusing too much on the result rather than your process. The finish line isn’t …

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