Welcome to the July 18, 2007 edition of carnival of sales & management success.
Ivan Rios presents The Art of Leading / 5 Steps to Successful Leading posted at artofleading.net.
Jack Yoest presents Management Training: The Collected Sayings of Benjamin Franklin?s Grandfather posted at Yoest.com, saying, "The lineage of Benjamin Franklin is a bit murky. So Bill Oncken, Sr. would regularly attribute management training quotes to make a point more memorable .
“It’s hell to work for a nervous boss — especially when you are the one who is making him nervous.”"
Hunter Arnold presents Make More of Your Promotion posted at Make More of Your Job, saying, "Hello-
I am submitting a post which outlines some easy steps to ensure that employees are successful after being promoted. Thanks in advance for the consideration!
- Hunter Arnold"
Warren Wong presents How Much Money Is Integrity Worth? posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "How much money is your integrity worth? Here's why integrity is your most valuable commodity."
The first prerequisite in management training is learning the ability to persuade. To be a salesman."
Lori Prokop, Blog Manager presents Sales Management: Leading and Coaching a Selling Team posted at J Mark Walker - Sales Training, saying, "J Mark Walker says “leading” a sales team is more like coaching little league than it is like “managing” a department. Top sales people crave “coaching!” They resist “management!”"
Stephen Dean presents Killer advice from Michel Fortin… » Stephen Dean's Copywriting And Internet Advertising Blog - Copywriter posted at Stephen Dean's Copywriting And Internet Advertising Blog - Copywriter.
Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan: Performance Expectations - A smidgen of Sun Tzu posted at Coaching sales champions.
Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan: Finding Talent - Unearthing potential and making stars posted at Coaching sales champions.
Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan Part 3: Hunters, Gatherers, Communicators, and Collaborators posted at Coaching sales champions.
Warren Wong presents How To Come Up With Good Business Ideas posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Are you thinking about starting a business? Here's 4 steps to come up with great business ideas."
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