Are most of your employees still working in remote locations? If so, it may no longer feel like day one for your team.
Category: Attitude/Motivation for Managers
What’s different about today’s business world? Shane Metcalf, co-founder of 15Five and a recent guest on Manage Smarter reminds us that “we’re not just working from home, we’re operating in a pandemic,” and that new reality requires us to find the magic metric.
Jim Rohn said, “Success is something you attract by the person you become.” How often do you think about the secret to your success?
Rhiannon Rees is a human behavior expert, international high-performance coach and self-development expert helping CEO's, businesses, elite athletes, coaches and celebrities to redefine their level of success. In this episode, we discuss: How the shock in her marriage and becoming homeless drove her to self-discovery and a world-class coach career; Tapping into your subconscious to inform what business decisions and manifest new goals; How to keep leadership in your organization from spiraling downward mentally; and How to create a mindset of abundance among your leadership and teams and remove blocks and find new beliefs.
We’re all struggling to stay focused on our jobs right now, so managers should expect some level of negativity. But if you’ve got a negative sales rep in your organization, you’re facing a big challenge.
Are you up for embracing mindfulness as part of your decision-making process? Are you ready to expand mindfulness to your team in order to improve outcomes?
Is one of your reps struggling to make their numbers? Have they dropped the ball on the project you gave them?
Picture your sales team, hard at work. They’re making calls, planning their prospecting strategy and tweaking their presentations.
Managers: Stanford University researchers have a message for you. Get over yourself.
In the rom com classic movie, The Seven-Year Itch, featuring Marilyn Monroe, the lead character has grown a bit tired of his marriage. Do you have long-term salespeople in your organization?
Does it pay off to relentlessly focus on making your number, to engage your bottom-line mentality? Maybe not, according to research published by Baylor University.
If you've rolled out new products and services, but can get customers to buy more it's time to check out another key issue: employee satisfaction.