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So, You Want To Be A Manager? A Coaching Conversation

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So, You Want To Be A Manager? A Coaching ConversationAccountability, coaching salespeople, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on November 30, 2016 with 0 comment

Ever been approached by someone looking but not ready for a promotion into management? Here’s a five step process on how to facilitate this conversation to ensure people distinguish fact from fiction and know exactly what they’re signing up for. Have you ever had one of your direct reports, often the ones that were closest …

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Need Some Meeting Mojo? Let Your Team Make Meetings Great – Part 2

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Need Some Meeting Mojo? Let Your Team Make Meetings Great – Part 2Communication, How to Manage Your Team, management tips

by Keith Rosen on November 13, 2016 with 0 comment

To make meetings more productive so they’re less of a monologue and more of a dialogue, facilitate meetings through others to drive innovation and growth. Here are 5 steps to get your team to run constructive, engaging meetings. Reinvigorating the Redundant Meeting Managers, as well as many other people who have to get in front …

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Your Meetings Suck: How Managers Facilitate Influential, Productive Meetings – Part 1

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Your Meetings Suck: How Managers Facilitate Influential, Productive Meetings – Part 1Communication, How to Manage Your Team

by Keith Rosen on October 16, 2016 with 0 comment

There’s a difference between facilitating a conversation and managing a meeting from a soapbox. When managers stand on their soapbox, the consequences of preaching are severe, since they’re the only one participating in the meeting. Here’s how to avoid the stale, monotonous meetings and reinvigorate ones that create the engagement, buy-in, alignment and accountability you …

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What Does it Really Mean to Help People Out?

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What Does it Really Mean to Help People Out?coaching tips

by Keith Rosen on July 17, 2016 with 1 comment

Many managers want to help people out and believe that means doing the work for them. The truth is, helping people out means having your people do it themselves. What does it really mean to help people out? There is a common misconception amongst managers regarding what it means to help and support people. While …

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How to Become a Sales Champion (Interview with Keith Rosen)

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How to Become a Sales Champion (Interview with Keith Rosen)Career Advice, coaching for managers, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on June 25, 2016 with 0 comment

Is sales the right career path for you? What are the most common mistakes sales managers make? What qualities make the best closers stand out? Learn the answers to these questions and more. Last week, I was interviewed at Bitrix24 by Yana Prokopets, their Social Media and Marketing Manager. With almost 4 millions users worldwide, …

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LinkedOut – How to Teach Millennials the Right Way to Prospect

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LinkedOut – How to Teach Millennials the Right Way to ProspectProspecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on June 12, 2016 with 3 comments

Do you have millennial salespeople on your team? Do they refuse to do anything except use social media and LinkedIn for business development? Here’s how to help them execute a comprehensive prospecting strategy—both offline and online. Millennials Don’t Cold Call I’ve heard this from many frustrated sales managers. “I hired this new salesperson with great …

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When to Fire Your Top Salesperson

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When to Fire Your Top SalespersonAmerican Entitlement, Books, coaching for managers, management tips, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on May 22, 2016 with 2 comments

You love your top performers, but are you being held hostage by them to the point where they are causing more damage than they’re worth? (Excerpt from Keith’s upcoming book, Coachquest.) The holy grail for leadership is to develop a team of self-motivated, highly accountable, top performers. But if you ask any manager if they’ve …

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