Category Archives: Team Development

Business schools discover the power of EQ in leadership development

This is a very readable journal article on how a business school invested in a program to explore and develop the emotional intelligence of its students. It is well researched and its reference list would be a great place to … Continue reading

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Are we really coin operated?

As a recovering sales manager, I have always laughed at the proposition that “sales people are coin operated”.  Notice that I said I laughed, not that I didn’t agree. What would you say if I told you that quite a … Continue reading

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What’s Your Love Language to your Team?

Servant leaders love their teams and develop them as they lead. Here are five Valentines messages that a great leader might send to their team.    

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Salespeople provoke your customers… Sales Leaders, provoke your team!

Is Solution Selling Dead? In an excellent article from the March 2009 Harvard Business Review, Philip Lay, Todd Hewlin, and Geoffrey Moore (Crossing the Chasm) suggest that “solution selling” is getting long in the tooth, and prospects are getting hardened … Continue reading

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