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All great sales leaders have big ideas. They also need the communication chops to convey those ideas to their team and gain buy-in for successful execution. Here are nine communication suggestions based on my 25 years of training and coaching sales leaders to greater levels of excellence. To hear more insight, join me at the Sales 2.0 Leadership Conference in Philadelphia on November 16th. Continue reading
Do you look into your revenue future and see uncertainty? If so, that might be because you’re still looking at backward-focused data rather than making predictions based on future-focused insight. Business Intelligence vs. Predictive Analytics As early as 2013, experts … Continue reading
By Kevin Warren, president of strategic growth initiatives at Xerox. Meet him on March 10 at the Sales 2.0 Conference in Philadelphia, where he will share more insight about sales-leadership success and personal brands. Jay-Z is one of my favorite performers, and he knows … Continue reading
In this Q&A with Gerhard Gschwandtner, host of the upcoming Sales 2.0 Conference, (April 2-3 in San Francisco), we discuss how sales leaders are learning to adapt to the needs and expectations of today’s customer. We’re exclusively offering a … Continue reading