Leadership Development Modules
The following training modules are only a sampling of our most popular
options. Modules can be customized to meet the needs of your organization
One of the greatest training experiences I’ve ever gone through in my career.
– Jeremy, President
We have worked with Rebecca and Tracy for years. They hit the mark on timing, and also provided the resources to ensure the project gets done.
– Randy, President
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get my sales managers more training?
The hardest job in sales is without a doubt – the sales manager position. They usually put in the longest hours, will fall on the sword if one of their reps messes up, and rarely gets all the credit they deserve. We like to work with managers on interviewing skills, managing conflict with reps and customers, team building and high-level professional presentations. Of course, succession planning can always be a great addition to the modules.
We have experienced sales reps that are stuck in their ways. Can they learn new techniques to improve their sales?
Believe it or not, the answer is yes. We have seen the most seasoned extremely successful sales reps not only learn a few things; but end up leading the training seminars by the end of the day. The great reps always want to make more, and understand that staying on top of technology, new success stories or general motivation to sell more, will always be the key to success. After carefully scanning the room and formal introductions are complete, we usually know where to focus and who might need a little extra support with the training.
I know goal-setting works, but most of it is over the top and my employees call it cheesy? Any thoughts?
Well, the facts are the facts, the people who closely strive to accomplish well thought out goals usually end up accomplishing them. Our goal-setting seminars are VERY specific using real-life examples and are hard to argue that the techniques don’t work. We cover short, mid, and long-term goal setting and the extremely effective daily to-do list. It ranks very high on strategic fun and relatively low on the cheesy scale.