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Rule #7: Avoid the Drama Triangle

Rule #7: Avoid the Drama Triangle

By Dave Mattson / July 19, 2017

Get The Sandler Rules for Sales Leaders in our online shop or purchase your Kindle version on Amazon. It is the definitive resource for effective sales leadership, based on the proven principles of the Sandler Selling System. Rule #7: Avoid the Drama Triangle – Don’t play games. You know drama is one of those things that bring TV…

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Rule #6: Create Self-Sufficiency

Rule #6: Create Self-Sufficiency

By Dave Mattson / July 19, 2017

Get The Sandler Rules for Sales Leaders in our online shop or purchase your Kindle version on Amazon. It is the definitive resource for effective sales leadership, based on the proven principles of the Sandler Selling System. Rule #6: Create self-sufficiency. Don’t fix but explore. You know as sales leaders, how many times in a given week do…

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Why Sales Leaders Fail and What You Can Do About It!

Why Sales Leaders Fail and What You Can Do About It!

By Joe Ippolito / July 13, 2017

Did you know that the average tenure of a Sales VP is only between 24-32 months? They barely have time to unpack their bags and get settled before they are looking for another position. In the meantime, the company has not only lost its Sales VP but probably its best salesperson as well. Why is this? And…

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Rule 13: Be a Comfort Zone Buster

By Dave Mattson / July 4, 2017

Get The Sandler Rules for Sales Leaders in our online shop or purchase your Kindle version on Amazon. It is the definitive resource for effective sales leadership, based on the proven principles of the Sandler Selling System. Rule #13. Be a comfort zone buster. There’s no room at Complacency Inn. What does that mean? Well, have you ever…

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Optimizing Efficiency Among Your Team

Optimizing Efficiency Among Your Team

By Sandler Training / June 13, 2017

As a manager or leader, you are tasked with many responsibilities. You must strive for success for each member of your team, for your company, and of course, for your clients. This balancing act can become overwhelming if you don’t properly prioritize your objectives and navigate the obstacles that combat effectiveness. Here are four key…

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