Articles Tagged with: leadership development
Atlanta Sales Leadership Community to Discuss Tailoring the Customer Experience on May 4th
Panel of sales leaders to provide insights on tailoring the customer experience to address changes to decision making; Meeting is open to practitioner sales leaders and invited guests

Atlanta Sales Leadership Community to Discuss Tailoring the Customer Experience on May 4thAtlanta, GA – The Atlanta Sales Leadership Community will meet on Friday, May 4th at Georgia State University. The meeting will include networking, breakfast, a panel discussion, and open question and answer time. The panel will include sales leaders discussing perspectives and tips on tailoring the customer experience to address changes customer’s are making to how they make decisions. This meeting is open to practitioner sales leaders and invited guests. There is no cost to attend. Registration before the meeting is required to ensure that a seat is available. For more information and the links to register, go here.

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May 10, 2018 — Leading the Multi-Generational Sales Organization — Chicago Sales Leadership Community

Meeting Topic: Leading the Multi-Generational Sales Organization

May 10, 2018 -- Leading the Multi-Generational Sales Organization -- Chicago Sales Leadership CommunityPlease join us for the next Chicago Sales Leadership Community meeting on May 10th. Our panel of sales leaders will discuss their insights on leading the multi-generational sales organization. Increasingly, sales leaders have teams that include gens Z, Y (millennials), X, and Boomers. To learn more about the community, go here.

Why Should You Attend?

The meeting offers opportunities to:

  • hear from other sales leaders to get their perspective on important topics you may also face within your company
  • meet other sales leaders from the area to expand your personal and professional network
  • connect with DePaul University students participating in the sales program to identify potential sales talent
  • ask your questions to the panel (and group) to get further insights.

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May 4, 2018 — Tailoring the Customer Experience to Address Decision Making Changes — Atlanta Sales Leadership Community

Meeting Topic: Tailoring the Customer Experience to Address Decision Making Changes

May 4, 2018 -- Tailoring the Customer Experience to Address Decision Making Changes -- Atlanta Sales Leadership CommunityPlease join us for the next Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting on May 4th. Customers are changing how decisions are made in their organizations. At the meeting, our panel of sales leaders will share their insights into the changes they are making to their sales process and the customer experience to better align with today’s customer buying process. To learn more about the community, follow this link.

Why Should You Attend?

The meeting offers opportunities to:

  • hear from other sales leaders to get their perspective on important topics you may also face within your company
  • meet other sales leaders from the area to expand your personal and professional network
  • connect with Georgia State University students participating in the sales program to identify potential sales talent
  • ask your questions to the panel (and group) to get further insights
  • get a free coffee and / or breakfast on a Friday.

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Atlanta Sales Leadership Community to Discuss Leading the Multi-Generational Sales Organization on February 2, 2018
Panel of sales leaders to provide insights on achieving results through a sales organization that includes multiple generations (from boomers up to millennials); Meeting is open to practitioner sales leaders and invited guests

Atlanta, GA – The next Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting will be Friday, February 2nd at Georgia State University. The meeting will include networking, breakfast, a panel discussion, and open question and answer time. The panel will include sales leaders discussing perspectives and tips on leading a multi-generational sales organization that now spans from boomers to millennials.

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