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Are You Ready for Change?

As Published by "Chief Learning Officer Executive Briefing" - November 2009
Knowing how well an organization will respond to change gives learning leaders an advance opportunity to understand the unique roadblocks and to plan a strategy to keep moving forward.

Staying calm is more important in recession

As Published by "Providence Business News" - September 2009
Top 6 mistakes sales reps make in a difficult selling environment, and how to avoid them.

Help Sales Avoid Panic Driven Mistakes

As Published by "Mass High Tech" - May 2009
Here are the top five mistakes sales can make in this high-pressure environment, and what you can do to fix them.

Without a Trace: Take Care to Protect Your Company’s Knowledge

As Published by "Industry Week" - April 2009
Insuring that your company's intellectual property and knowledge doesn't "go missing" takes commitment and consistent focus.

Gaining Agreements: Why Children Are Masters at Selling!

As Published by "CEO Refresher" - March 2009
Learn valuable sales techniques from the true masters - our kids!

Selling at the Teller Line

As Published by "Branch Manager's Newsletter" - November 2008
In this issue of Branch Manager's Letter, Shelley Hall presents several short articles on improving sales in retail banking: "Be Timely with Feedback," "Tellers Are More Likely to Embrace 'Consultative Selling'," "Use Sales Assessment Tools When Hiring Staff," "Employee Turnover Can Lead to Client Turnover," and "Selling is More Than Passing Out Brochures."

Drive Results with Process Improvement

As Published by "Women's Business Journal" - September 2008
Reduce costs, improve margins, improve morale, and improve customer relationships by following the six Ps of process improvement.

Curry Printing Gets Service Right!

As Published by "The Catalyst" - June 2008
Interview with Robert Gardner, Customer Service Manager

If You Make a Promise, Keep It

As Published by "Sales and Service Excellence" - March 2008
Read about the seven steps that will help you keep your promises to your customers - so that you can keep your customers!

Promises, Promises: When You or Your Clients Say One Thing But Do Another

As Published by "Executive Decision Magazine" - January 2008
"We're Job One!" "The Customer is our Business!" "The Customer Comes First!" These are all well known branding statements that were built around the belief that differentiated customer service drives profits. And they're right, IF and ONLY IF those promises are kept.

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