How fast is your team making sales and earning revenue?
That’s the question that sales velocity answers. Just like a speedometer in a car, some don’t think much about it until it’s not there. Even more surprising, some don’t even look at it at all, because they don’t fully understand how powerful it is as a decision-making tool.
Conscious leaders whose companies are thriving recognize the importance of people’s well-being. Simply put, companies grow when leaders help people feel fulfilled, individually and collectively. The process requires diligence, patience and passion. Initiating and maintaining a culture of collaboration focuses on promoting shared values and purpose.
No matter the industry and geography, the topic of “People vs. Robots” is a hot topic! Certainly, manufacturing has been focused on technology and automation for quite some time to navigate the path to thrive in the modern environment of high costs, regulations, and elevated customer demands. The Manufacturing and Technology Expo in Pittsburgh is […]
Organizations run by leaders with traditional management mindsets lag behind their forward-thinking competitors in many areas: turnover, morale, productivity, market share, financial stability and profitability. The impact reaches far beyond the workplace and has a boomerang effect.
Leaders with grit focus on execution and achievement, promoting and upholding high standards. They have a strong drive to succeed, are group-focused and pride themselves on being strongly motivational.
Traditional approaches to leadership development merely scratch the surface. The real issues occur at foundational levels and are remedied only when directly addressed. Methods and practices are important, but companies benefit only when they delve into the complexities of leadership personality.
According to Bloomberg, Amazon disrupts again. They have abruptly stopped selling products from their wholesalers and are instead encouraging suppliers to sell on their marketplace, transferring the purchasing, storing and shipping of products to the supplier. The marketplace business is already estimated at $250 billion in value which is more than double the online retail […]
No one in sales has an unobstructed 360-degree view of their relationship with their customers. Nobody. Not even top-performers.
We are all prone to blind spots in sales: not seeing the very real vulnerabilities that can hinder work with even our very best customers. If left unchecked, that can cost you a fortune in lost business and revenue shortfalls.
No matter who you are in sales—whether you’re managing a team or selling in a territory—you know you need to go where the customers are.If I met you at a conference and I told you that all of your best prospects were gathered right now in the meeting room next door, you’d waste no time getting in there to start working the place. Of course you would. Because selling is social and personal.