Manage Smarter 60 — James Rores: Servant Leadership and Shared Goals

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James Rores is a sales performance expert, CEO of Floriss Group, author of the Collecting WINS Sales Methodology, and Founder of the Growth Multiplier Movement. He's an expert on the servant leader approach to sales and how implementing it can grow and sustain sales growth.

In this episode, Audrey, Lee and James discuss:

  • The definition of Servant Leadership
  • Show up and be in service while leading people we are with
  • How serving shared goals and leading a buyer can boost your business
  • What is the Growth Multiplier Movement and how to implement it 

"Growth Multiplier speaks to the fact that when we build relationships based on servant leadership we really are building teams at their core by virtue of having people involved in a shared goal."

- James Rores

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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 in 2018. 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


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