A recent study reveals the biggest challenges and priorities in sales in 2021, with responses from 423 sales directors, CSOs and CEOs identifying the biggest challenges and their main sales priorities for 2021.
Peter F. Drucker is a role model to me.
His ideas and thoughts are the blueprint for all other management books. I often say: “You don’t have to have read more than a Drucker”.
Drucker embodies the true essence of management. Drucker lived a life based on embracing tomorrow and giving up yesterday. In the process, he discovered an important paradox: in order to build something, you have to tear it down. Drucker had no problem tearing things down, giving up what didn’t work and leaving behind what no longer mattered. He could achieve so much that way.
In principle, this is also what interim management is all about and this is also reflected in my claim: MOVE | CHANGE | CONNECT
Tips for new sales managers on how to prepare the initial visit to existing customers and how to strengthen and expand the relationship resiliently
Interim Management is the better way. It is a fast method for accessing management resources. Unlike consultants, interim managers are responsible for line management. They offer companies an effective way to expand the existing skills of their “core” employees – a just-in-time source of intellectual capital and additional specialist capacity.