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How to Build an Awesome Personal Brand So Everyone Loves You

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How to Build an Awesome Personal Brand So Everyone Loves Youactive listening, closing the sale, Cold Calling Tips, Communication, customer service, leadership, Life Coaching and Career Coaching, Sales Management, selling

by Keith Rosen on November 11, 2017 with 0 comment

Butting heads with some people, co-workers or clients you can’t stand working with? Stressed and frustrated because they prevent you from getting your job done rather than help? This stagnates growth, productivity and revenue. There’s no reason to tolerate toxic relationships when all it takes is a conversation to repair and reinvent it. Here’s how …

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How to Increase Customer Retention, Lifetime Value and Reduce Your Cost Per Sale

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How to Increase Customer Retention, Lifetime Value and Reduce Your Cost Per Saleclosing the sale, coaching salespeople, cold calling, customer service, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Sales Management, Sales Training, selling

by Keith Rosen on October 13, 2017 with 0 comment

If delivering exemplary customer service is a cornerstone to building your business, revenue, referrals and client retention, then why do most companies invest more time on customer acquisition instead of retention, fail at meeting customer expectations and ultimately lose business to competitors? Here’s your strategy to avoid time-consuming customer service issues and selling stress, while …

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How Proactive Listeners Sell More, Coach Better and Win Big – Part One

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How Proactive Listeners Sell More, Coach Better and Win Big – Part OneAccountability, closing the sale, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, cold calling, Communication, Leadership, management articles, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Sales Management, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on July 8, 2017 with 2 comments

Authentic, clear, collaborative communication is the conduit to greater success. Yet, if we know listening improves relationships, trust and results, then why are most problems and breakdowns attributed to poor, ineffective listening? Here’s how proactive listening can accelerate success and just maybe, even solve world peace. Except from one of Keith’s future books and his …

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How to Manage Toxic People and Bad Attitudes

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How to Manage Toxic People and Bad AttitudesCommunication, customer service, Hiring and recruiting, Leadership, management articles, Sales Coaching, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on June 24, 2017 with 0 comment

Have you ever had to work with someone whose negative and difficult personality impacted productivity and caused additional stress? Here’s a strategy to turnaround destructive behavior and a caustic attitude to make a toxic person a model employee. Have you ever found yourself in this situation? “Their negativity rubs off on the rest of the …

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How to Eliminate Corporate Silos, Repair Trust and Build Exceptional Relationships

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How to Eliminate Corporate Silos, Repair Trust and Build Exceptional RelationshipsAccountability, career coaching, coaching salespeople, Communication, customer service, How to Manage Your Team, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on May 29, 2017 with 2 comments

If communication is the foundation for all successful relationships, then why do we struggle with creating rewarding, supportive relationships that foster alignment around shared goals, especially with the people we rely on to achieve greater personal and organizational success? Shoot the Messenger Did you ever cut someone off when speaking to them just to get …

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17 Questions that Inspire Collaborative, Worthwhile Meetings

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17 Questions that Inspire Collaborative, Worthwhile Meetingscareer coaching, Communication, How to Manage Your Team, management articles, Sales Management, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on May 27, 2017 with 0 comment

  It’s not always the responsibility of the manager to run a successful meeting. Lead the meeting with questions in order to avoid monotony and tap into each person’s experience, knowledge, collaboration and creativity so that you can create breakthrough results. Lead with Questions, Not Answers Weekly, monthly or quarterly meetings can get stale quickly. …

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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 1 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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Eradicate Assumptions to Reinvent Strong, Trusting Team Relationships

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Eradicate Assumptions to Reinvent Strong, Trusting Team RelationshipsAccountability, coaching for managers

by Keith Rosen on February 14, 2016 with 0 comment

Learn how to eradicate the judgment you place on others by challenging the way you brand your people and the costly assumptions you make about them. Stop Branding Your People – Part 4 (Excerpt from Keith’s upcoming book, Coachquest.) In the spirit of believing that you’ve ‘tried everything,’ take a look at the following coaching …

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