Manage Smarter 45 — Tony Chatman: Winners, Losers & The Force Multiplier

Tony Chatman is president of Chatman Enterprises and author of the book, The Force Multiplier is a touchstone to inspire leaders to transform people (and their personalities!) into a high-​performing team that gets the job done. He is a keynote speaker, corporate relationship expert, certified speaking professional, author and a C‑Suite Network Advisor. 

In this episode, Tony joins us from New York City to discuss:

  • Unconscious bias in management
  • Why there have to be winners and losers on teams
  • Customizing management to achieve better results 


"So the people who are more difficult, it takes more work, but the vast majority of those people, I can still make them a winner and get more out of them than they would have before. If I take the effort of really learning individually what I need to do to meet their needs."

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C. Lee Smith

C. Lee Smith

CEO and Founder at SalesFuel
C. Lee Smith is the President/​CEO of SalesFuel - a firm he founded in 1989. He was named one of the 14 Leading Sales Consultants by Selling Power magazine. Lee is the creator of the AdMall® and SalesFuel COACH™ SaaS platforms. He is also a Gitomer Certified Advisor, expert on the Sales Experts Channel and a C‑Suite Network Advisor.
C. Lee Smith


CEO of @SalesFuel | Bestselling Author of "SalesCred" and "Hire Smarter, Sell More!" | Keynote Speaker | Certified Behavioral Analyst | Sales Credibility Expert
“Develop thick skin. Today's problems will be forgotten tomorrow.” — Good piece of advice offered to new sales mana… — 20 hours ago
C. Lee Smith