Every generation feels they have dealt with immense challenges. And it’s true. Think about the great wars, financial hardship, natural disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes, previous pandemics – it was extreme. And when we look at our dramatically shifting world right now?
What are the similarities between implementing a successful leadership development plan or sales strategyand running a marathon? You don’t have to be an athlete to know that it takes guts and determination to run a marathon.I always wonder how these athletes manage to keep putting one foot in front of the other, mile after mile. What does your emerging sales leader need to start and finish strong and contribute to your Business' sales growth?
How is the explosion of disruption, chaos, and uncertainty impacting your business and sales growth strategies, as well as your leadership development? More importantly, what is the impact on your salespeople? When they look around them, what do they see? Do they have hope for the future? Or do they remind you of a new-born kitten, almost too scared to take a chance on venturing forward? It’s natural that we, and our salespeople might feel overwhelmed by the rapid changes taking place. What might you do to awaken the spirit of the lion in your young sales leader – ready to take on any challenge of a disrupted world with courage and confidence?
“It’s time for my sales teams to stop lamenting COVID, the economy, the politics, isn't it? I need help inspiring and engaging my millennial sales teams. It feels like a constant uphill battle! Can you help?” ~ Rick, CEO of a graphic design company. Do you share Rick’s sentiments?
Does anyone know the backstory of this quote by C.S. Lewis? I’m a huge C.S. Lewis fan. I love the Aslan, and the 4 children. I think of Reepicheep often - one of the bravest of knights!
When I read this quote, I resonated. 2020 is a...