This blog goes in the, “There has got to be a better way” category. While there are a ton of great tools that make remote work and web-based meetings easier, sometimes it is necessary to get on a plane for … Continued
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A comprehensive ramp program doesn’t need to be overly complex, but it needs to give sales people the knowledge that they need to sell into a marketplace and a methodology to certify that they are ready to achieve quota. Cutting ramp time by a month or two can have a large impact on revenue, so it is worth the investment.
As is probably clear to readers of this blog, I am a huge fan of remote work. I have both managed remote workers and worked remotely myself for just over 10 years and I find that under the right circumstances, … Continued
Co-working gives remote workers another alternative than just working from home. Here are some things to consider before choosing a space.
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The other day I needed to make a doctor’s appointment (is anyone else having terrible allergies this year?). When I called, the call center agent went through the normal process of updating my patient record. At one point, she asked … Continued
You are the #1 most qualified person to market your personal brand. Here’s how to get started.
For more than 100 years it has been the norm to work an eight-hour day, but new research shows you could be more productive by actually working less.
This is a guest post by Jonathan Farrington. Jonathan is a globally recognized business coach, mentor, author and sales thought leader. Formerly, Jonathan was the Managing Partner of The jfa Group. During the period 1994 to 2006, Jonathan personally coached more than 100.000 frontline … Continued