Easy-to-implement ideas to improve your corporate culture and drive employee engagement We gave a new car away to our employees every other month, six cars in total, to keep the motivation and excitement up among our best performing sales agents. We were really impressed with ourselves and wanted to know what else we could […]
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Question: There is SO much on my plate – how do I sort out priorities, recognize the blocks, and keep an open mind for possibilities? StrategyDriven Response: (by Roxi Hewertson, StrategyDriven Principal Contributor) You might find that you are so focused on the ‘tasks’ at hand that the most important work is getting the short […]
Ben Franklin sought to cultivate his character by a plan of 13 virtues, which he developed at age 20 (in 1726), and continued to practice in some form for the rest of his life. His autobiography lists his 13 virtues as: Temperance. Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation. Silence. Speak not but what […]
The old way of selling is dead. The only people who don’t know that are other sales trainers, recently released old-world sales tactics books that are still trying to convey old messages, and several million salespeople still trying to cold call, pitch the product, overcome objections, and close the sale. Don’t forget their managers who […]
Business marries the community that it settles with. The community has to be given a reason to care for the business. Business owes its well-being and livelihood to its communities. I recently stopped for lunch at a franchise restaurant. Nobody was at the register. A crew member told me to wait, then later took my […]