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Audio – Become a Values-Based Leader

Audio – Become a Values-Based Leader

Podcast interview with Harry Kraemer, Jr. who is a professor of management and strategy at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, where he teaches in the MBA and the Executive MBA programs. He is an executive partner with Madison Dearborn Partners (MDP) which is one of the largest private equity firms in the United States.

Here we will be talking about the following queries:

• What is the meaning of value-based leadership and how does that differ from other forms of leadership?

• How does a leader demonstrate in the best way possible?

• Nowadays, people are less reflective as they get so consumed in different activities and other devices that are demanding their attention. This is something that you need to very deliberate about. Isn’t it actually separating you to be reflective because it almost counters to the pervasive culture?

It is a challenge for the organizations – how they can organize themselves to provide some of the additional value to their employees. The changing structure of work is the fact that now people can live and operate pretty much wherever they want to be. They can be completely mobile and don’t have to be tied to a place or a physical building. All of these things have really challenged leadership. It’s up to you how you harness all the benefits of this collapsing in chaos!

🎧 Sales Manager Survival Guide

🎧 Sales Manager Survival Guide

Host John Golden sits down with David Brock to discuss his book “Sales Manager Survival Guide”. David gives us insight into what it takes to become a successful sales leader.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: The Sales Manager Survival Guide

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🎧 Change Management in Sales

🎧 Change Management in Sales

Change management is the concept of change, and how to keep abreast of these changes. Many times, salespeople are slow to change their methods or don’t realize the necessity of adapting to the newness of the sales world. This can have a detrimental impact on success. Alan O’Neill, interviewed by John Golden, explores change management.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Change Management in Sales

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🎧 – Concept of Syntegration in Sales

🎧 – Concept of Syntegration in Sales

John Golden interviewed Professor Fredmund Malik who is an Austrian economist with a focus on management science and the founder and chairman of a management consultancy (Malik Management) in St. Gallen. Malik applies systems theory and cybernetics to analyze and design management systems.

Today we will talk about the following points:

• What is the exact meaning or definition of the concept of Syntegration or super Syntegration?

• It is often seen that there are highly innovative creative companies that have disruptive or innovative business models or products or services. But when they make the breakthrough, then they create very-very traditional hierarchical companies and bring people together and build offices by adopting extremely traditional models. So how do companies start to catch up?

• How much this access to talent across the globe and in different modes can help you scale your business with other variable resources?

The concept of Syntegration has become more exciting, especially when the organizations are no longer restricted or homogeneous or one-dimensional. So this gives freedom to the organizations to work without much restriction.

You can find our SalesPOP! Podcast recording on iTunes Podcast  or any major Podcast stations

🎧 Concept of Syntegration in Sales

🎧 Concept of Syntegration in Sales

John Golden interviewed Professor Fredmund Malik who is an Austrian economist with a focus on management science and the founder and chairman of a management consultancy (Malik Management) in St. Gallen. Malik applies systems theory and cybernetics to analyze and design management systems.

Today we will talk about the following points:

• What is the exact meaning or definition of the concept of Syntegration or super Syntegration?

• It is often seen that there are highly innovative creative companies that have disruptive or innovative business models or products or services. But when they make the breakthrough, then they create very-very traditional hierarchical companies and bring people together and build offices by adopting extremely traditional models. So how do companies start to catch up?

• How much this access to talent across the globe and in different modes can help you scale your business with other variable resources?

The concept of Syntegration has become more exciting, especially when the organizations are no longer restricted or homogeneous or one-dimensional. So this gives freedom to the organizations to work without much restriction.

You can find our SalesPOP! Podcast recording on iTunes Podcast  or any major Podcast stations

🎧 Risk Lessons From Poker

🎧 Risk Lessons From Poker

Risk taking and decision making are key parts in the context of selling and sales. The goal for everyone is to make the best decisions and right decisions to get where you want to go, as quickly and efficiently as possible. Sometimes, it requires risk-taking activities in order to arrive at your goals. Caspar Berry, interviewed by John Golden, explores lessons on risk.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Risk Lessons From Poker

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🎧 Why Sales Managers and CRM Systems Need to Change

🎧 Why Sales Managers and CRM Systems Need to Change

Although sales and marketing alignment has been discussed for many years, it hasn’t really reached the level at which it needs to be in today’s lightning pace of commerce. Traditionally Marketing’s job has been to generate sales leads, which are then thrown over to Sales, whose job it then became to close them.

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🎧 How To Win Well

🎧 How To Win Well

Karin’s book is described as a manager’s guide to getting results without losing your soul as a practical guide to achieving breakthrough results and remain a good human being along the way. Winning well is showing up with confidence and humility, focusing on results and relationships.

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🎧 Sales Management Tips

🎧 Sales Management Tips

Host John Golden sits down with Steven Rosen, author of 52 Sales Management Tips written for sales managers who struggle within a corporate environment that doesn’t support them or their development needs. Whether you are a sales executive, senior sales leader or a new, experienced or aspiring sales manager, Steven is confident you will find this sales management book to be a valuable guide to consult whenever you are experiencing problems.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: On 52 Sales Management Tips

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🎧 Pipeline Management

🎧 Pipeline Management

If you ask people what’s important in their sales force, often, they’ll say the pipeline. But, that can mean a lot of different things. This vital tool is essential for most sales organizations, yet it’s often not used correctly, or not understood fully. Jason Jordan, interviewed by John Golden, explores proper pipeline management.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Pipeline Management

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🎧 More Women In Sales Management

🎧 More Women In Sales Management

Despite being 51% of the population, women only make up 39% of the sales industry. Lauren Bailey, interviewed by John Golden, explores why there aren’t more women in sales management roles, and how to change things.

In this expert sales interview, Lauren Bailey discusses:

  • The importance of having women as part of the sales force
  • How risk plays a part
  • Ways to integrate more women into managerial positions

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: More Women In Sales Management

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🎧 Sales Management Advice for 2018

🎧 Sales Management Advice for 2018

Great sales managers are hard to come by. Sales managers have a very important job in the sales world. They manage a team of sales reps. They serve as a coach and a trainer. They monitor data and statistics, and a variety of other things. It can be challenging to know which aspect of sales management to focus on when trying to improve from an okay sales manager to a great sales manager. Kevin Davis, author of the Sales Manager’s Guide to Greatness, has some concrete actions that you can take as a sales manager to improve as he sits down with host John Golden to share his insight.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Sales Managers Guide to Greatness

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