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Shane Gibson Talks About Scaling Up Your Sales Results

Everyone wants to energize their sales team, but few are able to get this done right. We will explore how you can leverage the proper process and tools to take your sales tram to the next level to close bigger and more profitable deals. If you wish to connect with Shane, please go to: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shanegibson/ Read More »

Glynis Devine Discusses Core Motives Through Colors

Glynis E. Devine, a Purpose expert certified in Core Motive, equips professionals with tips, tools, and strategies to improve your communication and collaboration, reduce your level of conflict; lead positive change; increase your people’s level of engagement; and shift mindsets. Glynis shares wisdom she gleaned from 25 years leading a top sales team as a Senior Director. She was recognized ... Read More »

Can you really grow your business big with the support of a small 8-person peer-group?

In one word, YES! When you put a group of eight like-minded business owners in a room and have them brainstorm their challenges, they will come up with amazing solutions. When you inject a professional business coach into the mix, the solutions come faster and are more fine-tuned. With accountability layered in, everyone supports each other to get the job ... Read More »

5 Ways To Generate Sales Demand Through Channel Partners

All vendors want their channel partners to be selling more, but what are the best ways to do it? Here are 5 ways to consider: Do a breakfast and learn with your partners and their clients. Lunch and learns also work. Maybe do both on the same day to give attendees the choice. If the travel is too heavy, do ... Read More »

The Truth of On-boarding a New Employee

By Aline Ayoub 6 months. This is how long it takes for a new employee to decide to stay or go, says a study by Deloitte. Think about the time you have spent writing the job description, posting the job, sourcing candidates, interviewing and hiring. Therefore, you certainly want a return on your investment for having spent so much time ... Read More »

The Problem With “Constructive” Feedback

The traditional annual performance evaluation system has recently come under attack, particularly because of its ineffectiveness in helping develop great performance. A once-a-year snapshot forced down the throats of managers that doesn’t develop excellence? Shocking! :o) The research suggests that more frequent feedback provides better results. But what separates the inspired manager from the mediocre is the content of that feedback. ... Read More »

Glynis Devine Teaches People To Do What They Do BETTER

Glynis bases her teaching around Core Motive, what values we align with.  For her, Mastermind sessions allow to take in all the expertise in the room and co-create solutions together.  It is a chance to connect with like-minded people, resolve, like-minded issues and build strength. For more information on this program, feel free to visit www.300elitemastermind.com Read More »

Sara Gilbert helps entrepreneurs reach a whole new level of success

Sara explains how mastermind sessions allow entrepreneurs to step back from the busyness of the business and look into the strategy and deep issues of the business. Many of the resellers she met asked questions and came up with the answers themselves. For more information on this program, feel free to visit www.300elitemastermind.com Read More »

Are Emojis Okay for Business Email?

By Tara Landes Have you ever experienced the scenario where a team member is lamenting their colleague’s lack of responsiveness? The email chain has gone back and forth ten times with clarifying questions and still there is no resolution. In your mind, the situation is ridiculous. The people writing the emails are sitting three cubicles away from each other. This ... Read More »

Bookkeeper, Controller, or CFO?

What Position Do You Need? When starting a business, the leader or a family member often “handles the books” given the sensitive nature of the information and the minimal time required for this task when a company has few transactions to process. While the leader sees this work as mostly administrative, the value of the accounting arm grows as the ... Read More »