Being a sales manager is a challenging job and high expectations come quickly. So invest the time to get the right start.There are mistakes that too many new sales reps make from the outset. Here are 6 best practices for avoiding those traps.
Let's Get Rid of Management by Roy E. Chitwood, CSE, CSP, President, Max Sacks International
Only leaders can effectively lead a department, a division or a corporation through the journey of change
Training New Sales Reps by Janet Spirer, Co-Founder and Principal, Sales Horizons
Great new hire sales training can make a difference on some of those bottom-line problems that have been the focus of attention.
New Leadership Challenges in the Workforce by Gregg Gregory, CSP, America's Business Navigator ™
We are at a point where up to four generations are working together. Old school can blend successfully with new technology.
So You Wanna Be The Boss? by Gregg Gregory, CSP, America's Business Navigator ™
Great employees don't always make great employees. How to prepare for success after promotion.
Dealing With Idiots At Work by Gregg Gregory, CSP, America's Business Navigator ™
As communication improves so does productivity and when productivity
increases whining and bad attitudes decrease.
Are Leaders Born or Are They Made? by Gregg Gregory, CSP, America's Business Navigator ™
To identify your top defining moments in your life (both personal and professional) navigate these six simple steps
Your Best Investment by Eric Slife, President
Investing in your employees and yourself is considerably less volatile than other investments, and more often than not will produce your greatest return.
10 Management Mistakes to Avoid by Eric Slife, President
Too many companies lose money because their sales management team
continues to make the same preventable mistakes. These common mistakes
result in poor sales performance.
The 'How' of a Merchant Cash Advance by Daniel Samoohi, Merchant Cash Finder
Is your business in need of fast cash to serve as a solution
to hiring more staff, buying more products, or another business-related need?
Have you considered using a merchant cash advance to address your needs?