The Forbes Coaches Council published two sales strategy articles I wrote about motivating your salespeople and building authentic confidence – pre-COVID-19.I believe these articles are still relevant – even in a post-COVID-19 era. What are you observing when looking at your Millennial salespeople’s response to the current economic climate?
When I get the invitation to be the Sales Strategy keynote speaker for the Economic Times Virtual Summit in India, I reach out to executive presentation coach, Sara Krisher. The foundation of my key message and outline are already locked down. I imagine a short consultation where we are fine-tuning and polishing my brilliant “pearl”.About 90 seconds into our meeting, Sara asks, “Danita, are you open for feedback?”
As Christian leaders, we have not been shielded from the impact of the pandemic on our leadership strategies. As if the economic fallout and health hazards are not difficult enough to cope with, we’re seeing cultural chaos and conflict.How might you respond to energize and equip the Millennials you lead to develop their leadership acumen for a changing world?
Why in the world would we talk about character now, as we discuss sales strategies?There are so many other short-term, pressing issues to tackle now as we chart a successful "recovery" path, aren't there?Long-term, character issues? Let's put them on the back burner.
The best leaders understand the anatomy of strategy, discover the green space, shift accordingly, and execute boldly.In this 3-Part series, Paul Cronin, Executive Coach, and colleague, Robert Crumpton, share valuable key insights on how business leaders might create a dominant position in today's volatile marketplace. (See full article at Leadership in a Changed World: How to Leverage These 3 Skills in a Changed World)