Most people are good. The human race exists on a continuum. 10% of people are predominately bad and 10% are predominantly good. The rest of us fall in between. We’re not perfect, but we try to do the right thing. Realize that and act accordingly. Good stuff.
Sales Manager vs. Sales Person Let’s revisit the concept of a dual role sales manager/sales person because I keep bumping into it. I touched on the topic a few years ago in this post (Good Salespeople Make Terrible Sales Managers). Today, I’m just giving you a grid to consider what you’re asking for.
Greg Chambers – Consultant
Companies hire me to help them speed up growth. I do that by helping them design sales practices that fit their size, disposition and unique culture.
Call and find out what that looks like for your organization.
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