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By Tim Hagen on Tue,Apr 09,2013 @ 04:01 PM

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The Basics of Sales Coaching

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Mar 26,2013 @ 04:27 PM

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Coaching to Get it Juuuuust Right

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Feb 26,2013 @ 03:41 PM

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Why Sales Coaching

By Tim Hagen on Mon,Feb 25,2013 @ 08:08 AM

Also Here is Free Whitepaper You Can Access: Coaching and Gettting Manager Buy-In

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Coaching Vs. Not Coaching

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Feb 19,2013 @ 03:39 PM

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Coaching Opportunities are Everywhere, Even in Failure

By Tim Hagen on Sat,Feb 16,2013 @ 09:03 AM


Everyone has experienced the sales blues, when everything seems perfect and you are confident the sale is going to close until you hear the words, "Sorry, we’re going ahead with someone else." It is important that we take the emotion out of the sales loss and learn something from it in order to learn from our mistakes and create more successful closes in the future. Always remember that you cannot always control what happened in losing that sale, but you can chose your response. The success of your sales future is made by these choices, it is important that you make the right ones.

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Sales Coaching 101

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Feb 12,2013 @ 03:26 PM

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Sales Coaching . . . The Basics

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Feb 06,2013 @ 04:11 PM

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The 4 A's of Coaching

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Feb 06,2013 @ 03:51 PM

The following blog post will examine the 4 A's of coaching and how we can leverage them to build better employee performance:

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Coaching to Sell

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Feb 06,2013 @ 03:32 PM

When we think about a selling process, you probably think stages of the specific selling process we want people to follow. During those stages there will be requirements from a knowledge, skill, and behavioral perspective. For example, in stage 1, which we can call general prospecting; a salesperson may need to know how to use LinkedIn search features to define target prospects. Next, they must have the skills to handle the phone to ask contacts for introductions and referrals into their personal networks. Last, behaviorally they must do this on a consistent basis during stage 1 to maintain a full pipeline.

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The Importance of Coaching and Training Reinforcement

By Tim Hagen on Wed,Feb 06,2013 @ 03:16 PM

 After a long weekend, most people find it a struggle to get back into the work grind. The same can be said about training. Weeks after a seminar or workshop, employees find it difficult to change their day-to-day work. So, managers need to put training reinforcement and coaching into place.  The two methods are different, but both employ the same types of techniques.

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Starting The Coaching Process

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Jan 29,2013 @ 03:20 PM

Look, if we engage with employees on a day to day basis, and most managers do, why not make the most of it? But how does a manager do that? First, we need to be equipped with three fundamental steps to start the coaching process:


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Training Reinforcement Lessons

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Jan 22,2013 @ 04:43 PM


Here is another easy and inexpensive training reinforcement method that we use for our clients. Remember there are many reasons training reinforcement programs are important, including increased returns on investment, increased retention of knowledge, increased sales from better-trained teams, etc. 

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Coaching Against Tough Issues

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Jan 22,2013 @ 04:09 PM

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Coaching is the New Training!

By Tim Hagen on Tue,Jan 22,2013 @ 04:01 PM

Training is in such a tail spin, I LOVE IT. The days of "take my staff to an all day event for $250 a head" are finally leaving us . I love it because those events NEVER produce long-term, measurable results. E-learning simply does not work when the courses are long and too generic to really hit home with its learners. In today's fast paced, social media driven world our attention spans are short and the only learning that works is when it addressed to what people specifically are challenged with or need.

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