► The number one reason people leave jobs in a strong economy is they’re bored.
► The number two reason is the culture doesn’t fit their values.
Both reasons are directly connected to the manager. So, what can you do differently?
Listen as Susan addresses how managers can reassess how they coach and challenge individuals that best suits they skills and goals.
Excerpt from the 2019 Sandler Summit, Leadership Track
As many of us prepare to transition from working in the office environment to working from home, there's a lot of anxiety about how do I retain my great employees and maintain that positive productive working environment that I've worked so hard to build. Susan shares 3 tips for managers to be effective with a remote workforce.,
While there are several factors that contribute to success in the sales arena, there are five things you must have in order to maximize your potential and the results you achieve.
As a leader, focus on the highest impact role of your job; coaching.
Susan Sykes discussions why an effective leader must determine the personal performance code of each of their team members. Coaching is about identifying self-limiting beliefs, building trust, and creating lasting behavioral change. It creates wisdom and self-sufficiency.
As a leader, it’s up to you to understand the benefits that millennials offer and how to lead them.
Listen as Susan Sykes reviews four valuable assets that you can find in the right millennial team member.
How do you identify top performers from the mediocre middle?
Success sales people do have something in common. Susan Sykes reveals clues that you can look for in your next hire. Realize that there’s a huge difference between those that CAN do and those that WILL do.
Saying that prospects lie all the time sounds harsh, doesn’t it?
Have you ever heard, “Great presentation, but I want to think it over?” or “I need to check with my boss?” How do you overcome these stalls? Listen as Joe Stiles explains that the problem isn’t with the prospect, it’s with the salesperson.
Sometimes people say sales training does not work, and they are right!
Susan Sykes explains that effective sales training is a skill that requires development. Behavior change occurs through on-going reinforcement. Successful salespeople are willing to challenge their comfort zones, learn new skills, and take action to apply those skills.
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