As a leader in your organization, ask yourself: Is there laughter here? Does my team laugh with me or do they shut down when I walk in the room? If we’re not laughing, something is wrong.
Hugh Blane’s Monday Morning Mindset
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Even high-performing sales teams experience a slump in sales from time to time. The problem is worse for sales teams with a consistently less-than-stellar performance record. This article details some steps you can take to get your sales team back on track.
If your team fears disagreements, can you identify why? If you don’t know why, take time to study who’s holding back and ask them why. If you do know why, what are you doing about it?