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Avoid These 3 Negotiation Traps

[Smart Brief] When negotiating with a client, ask questions about how your business can solve their problems instead of talking too much about features and money, writes Clint Babcock, and never make concessions without getting something in return. “Hold onto concessions for as long as you…


How to make sure your sales team is not only performing but improving in a Zoom business environment

[My Quest for the Best] Antonio Garrido and Bill Ringle discuss ways to better understand and to overcome the common mistakes of sales team coaching and management for small business leaders.

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Three Classic Negotiating Mistakes

[The Great Leadership Blog} Recently I was teaching a class on negotiation for salespeople. I set up a buyer–seller role play scenario and I asked two participants to work through the scenario in front of the rest of the class.  Both were provided with the pertinent information they…


Goal Setting Boot Camp

[Blue Heron] Are you feeling that you can’t get out of bed, that your dog ate your to-do list, that even if you set a new goal you couldn’t possibly execute during this stay-at-home hand sanitizing mask-toting twelve foot or more zoom lockdown? Well, you’re not…

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Why Training Doesn’t Work

[Training Industry] Why doesn’t training work? It’s not the material — there’s plenty of great content out there — nor is it a matter of disengaged participants. The problem lies with two issues: concept and application. There are remedies for both, but they aren’t easy.


How Managers Fail to Motivate Salespeople and What They Should Do Instead

[Strategy Driven] Historically, salespeople have been “given” their goals. Whether we call these goals, targets or quotas, it’s all the same. Sometimes the goal is arbitrary, as in, “I know you can do better, so next year I’m raising your target by 25%.” Other times it’s…


Clint Babcock Explains How to Negotiate for Success

[My Quest for the Best] Clint Babcock and Bill Ringle discuss raising your game as a negotiator for small business leaders.

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Increase Your Negotiating Intelligence Quotient

[ExecuNet] Recently, I was asked by a client to help coach his wife through a job interview process. She was interviewing for a position as a general counsel – the internal lawyer for a very large company. She had deep experience in the corporate world; like…

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How To Build Leverage In Any Negotiating Situation

[HCM Sales, Marketing & Alliance] Have you ever entered into a negotiation situation and realized you had nothing going for you? Have you ever prayed that the person you were about to negotiate with wouldn’t take advantage of you?  If your answer to either question is…

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