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Leen Mango
When your sales team falls behind the competition The sales department is a company’s lifeline; no sales, slower cashflow. In fact, having an ineffective sales team can lead to dire consequences for your company. There’s a lot at stake here, so the pressure is always on for sales teams to nurture, keep, and acquire new...
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Narcissism in the Corporate World Overconfident, charismatic, and goal-oriented. Three things you would probably associate with someone who is in a position of power and influence within a corporation. You think of the team leader, the manager, and the c-suite. And guess what? Those are all typical traits of a narcissist as well—those traits are...
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Remote workers will need to meet more frequently Did you know that the number of remote workers has increased by a staggering 87% since the pandemic started? And from the looks of it, the “Remote Work Lifestyle” won’t be going away anytime soon either. We’re living in a very disconnected world, and so you need...
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Are you wasting a lot of money on workplace learning and development? You’re not alone. Let’s say you have a team of project managers who don’t work as efficiently as you want them to. They miss deadlines, they’re not turning in their reports, and both your departments and your clients complain about your project management...
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Relationship-building with a new client starts on day zero. From the very beginning, before a client even thinks about signing on to work with you, you need to be laying the foundation for a strong relationship. While many factors lead to your success, one essential step is creating a solid foundation of clients who return to...
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CEOs don’t have a “New Year’s Resolution” A New Year’s resolution marks the start of a more fulfilling and accomplishment-filled year. People take out their pens and papers—or open a new document on their laptops—and create a list of the positive changes they want to make this year. A CEO’s approach to New Year’s is...
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An ideal leader doesn’t equal having an ideal personality One of the core skills needed for effective leadership is to be consistent, rational, and fair, or in other words, objective. We’ve seen many instances in the corporate world of business leaders who are branded as “jerks” or “difficult,” Steve Jobs being one of many examples...
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We’ve all seen the numerous negative impacts the pandemic had on the business world, but on top of all that, massive technological advancements are being made as well as a complete reshaping of typical business models—companies are stretching themselves thin to catch up. Team members are scattering to complete their tasks and get things done,...
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Businesses didn’t know what was coming for them at the start of 2020. Companies around the world—some of them well-known—watched as COVID-19 ripped their plans into shreds. There hasn’t been a better time for immediate action than today. While CEOs and executives scramble to get their daily operations in order, making sure every one of...
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The sales of the company are one of the most remarkable force in the company and determines its success or failure, which put the sales team under the pressure to achieve goals, their success or failure is always linked to achieving goals, So goals must be well defined and your team must be informed of...
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