Sales Leadership Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

162 episodes of Sales Leadership Podcast since the first episode, which aired on June 20th, 2018.

  • Episode 131: #131: Ginnette Harvey of Real Staffing — What’s Your Leadership Identity?

    February 17th, 2021  |  53 mins 49 secs
    coaching, ginnette, identity, kindness, leadership, rob, sales

    This Week Ginnette Harvey, Sr. Vice President of Sales for the Specialist Staffing Group joins us and talks about the importance of your Sales Leadership Identity. What do you want to be known for? How do you create a leadership style that creates both trust AND results? What are the characteristics of the Sales Leaders today creating the most impact? Check out this episode with one of the top sales leaders in the modern era.

  • Episode 130: #130: Ryan Bott of Sodexo - Connect before you Correct: Building Authentic Relationships with Those You Lead

    January 29th, 2021  |  54 mins 30 secs

    Ryan Bott leads sales at one of the largest companies in the world. He shares why authentic relationships are so important today and more important...how to develop them. In a time where everything seems to be changing, the importance of connection to the people you lead has NEVER been more important than it is right now. Connect before you correct...and your leadership efforts will have more impact...faster...than ever before.

  • Episode 129: #129: Dale Dupree of The Sales Rebellion — Momentum: A Leader’s Best Friend…and How to Build it

    January 13th, 2021  |  57 mins 42 secs
    coaching, leadership, momentum, sales, sales enablement, sales leadership, success, win deals

    As we kick off 2021, one of the most important topics a sales leader can put structure around is Momentum. Momentum is a sales leader's best friend. With momentum, you give teams reasons to believe. With momentum, people think their leaders are geniuses. With momentum, people overlook mistakes. Momentum is very real...and very elusive. Dale DuPree is the founder and CEO of Sales Rebellion. He's a highly sought after author and speaker and helps sales teams worldwide build momentum by creating experiences that help you stand out. In this can't-miss episode, Dale joins us and talks about how sales leaders can build momentum in very real, very tangible ways to help your team get off to a fast start. And as we all know...the better you start, the better you'll finish.

  • Episode 128: #128: Jake Dunlap of Skaled Consulting — Sales in 2021: It’s about Experiences

    January 5th, 2021  |  48 mins 19 secs
    building a sales team, culture, jake dunlap, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, training

    Jake joins us again on the Sales Leadership Podcast to talk about how sales is changing in 2021. As sales teams work to keep customers and close more deals in 2021, one of the best ways to ensure success is to build multiple relationships in your accounts and create positive experiences for all of them. Do not get stuck working with just one person and leaving the success or failure of the future of the account on that one person. Learn how to use mutual action plans to build experiences your customers will thank you for.

  • Episode 127: #127: Jared Robin of RevGenius — The Rise of Communities in the World of Sales

    December 17th, 2020  |  57 mins 50 secs
    building a sales team, communities, culture, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, training

    Communities have exploded on the scene for salespeople and sales leaders and become an important resource. And none have grown faster or become more valuable than RevGenius. Jared Robin, co-founder of RevGenius joins the show to share why Communities are so important to the growth and success of a sales leader, how they can find the right communities for their career, and how to get the most out of your community involvement. This is an eye-opening conversation that will change how you pick the communities you participate in.

  • Episode 126: #126: Roderick Jefferson of Roderick Jefferson & Associates — Using Experiences to Fuel the Buyer Journey

    December 9th, 2020  |  51 mins 20 secs
    building a sales team, culture, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, sales leadership, training

    Roderick Jefferson, one of the founding members of the Sales Enablement Society and a top sales leadership guru joins the podcast to teach us how to focus on the buyer experiences rather than the goals and intentions of the seller. Problems get prioritized, while products do not. Roderick shows us how to create experiences that are shared by both the buyer and the seller, creating more wins and more satisfied customers.

  • Episode 125: #125: Jen Ferguson of Sales 911 — The Rhythm of Success

    December 1st, 2020  |  57 mins 9 secs
    1:1, analysis, app, coaching, coaching session, deal coaching, engagement, executive, insights, one on one, performance, pipeline, plugin, sales, sales leaders, sales team, salesforce, technology

    Is your sales team in a state of emergency? Not enough in your sales pipeline is certainly a reason for concern. Learn from Jen about how to create predictability in your pipeline and how to build a sales system that makes it easier for the customer to choose you. Consistently improving by 1 or 2% on a consistent basis will give you the small edge that is often the difference between winning the deal or being one of the many who lose out.

  • Episode 124: #124: Lee Brown of IMS — Modeling Awesomeness

    November 18th, 2020  |  1 hr 3 mins
    building a sales team, culture, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, training

    Lee Brown visits the Sales Leadership Podcast and shows us how clarity, diagnosis, and coaching are his keys to leading sales teams towards intentional improvement. Lee says leaders should show someone what great looks like and create a model of awesomeness rather than just telling their teams about it. Leaders who keep their skills sharp are always more effective with their sales teams and can lead from the front. Learn from Lee how to model awesomeness and show your sales team how they can exceed their sales goals.

  • Episode 123: #123: Thomas Boccard of GlobalData Plc — Pivoting without Panicking

    November 10th, 2020  |  59 mins 34 secs
    building a sales team, culture, passion onboarding, pivot, practice, sales, sales improvement, training

    Thomas joins Rob on the Sales Leadership podcast to show us how to mobilize faster than the competition. Thom is constantly testing and using micro-campaigns to find out what works best for his teams’ sales process and is all-in on intentional improvement by finding ways to sell smarter no matter how successful his teams are. He involves everyone on his team in his testing as he looks for the next upgrade, and then he is quick to pivot as the market changes. When you are prepared, you can face big opposition and still come out on top, so learn from Thom how to use these methods to ensure your team’s success.

  • Episode 122: #122: Kevin Knieriem of Clari — Creating Revenue Confidence

    November 3rd, 2020  |  55 mins
    building a sales team, coaching, culture, curiosity, forecasting, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, training

    Kevin is a sales leader who has managed high revenue sales teams from any angle and he teaches us why forecasting is the most important number for any sales organization. Using AI can help sales leaders make the most accurate forecast and give you a competitive advantage right from the start. Measuring engagement from the customer and using the experiences they have as a part of your forecasting. Learn from Kevin how to make your reps experts on the problems they are solving, and boost engagement through their curiosity.

  • Episode 121: #121: Tim Kight of Focus 3 — Elite Leaders Have Elite Leadership Systems

    October 27th, 2020  |  1 hr 53 secs
    building a sales team, culture, elite, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, training

    Tim joins Rob on the podcast to talk about how you can help your team achieve meaningful standards, and set new goals. What helps someone be an elite performer vs average? As you seek to be not just good, but elite, Tim shows us how leadership is a journey, and it is something we can work on and improve consistently. We can do this with a system that shows us how to orient toward the outcome we want, and then become elite to get there.

  • Episode 120: #120: Michael Hoy of Pendo.io — Creating Revenue Confidence in a Changing World

    October 20th, 2020  |  1 hr 3 mins
    building a sales team, culture, passion onboarding, practice, revenue, sales improvement, training

    With Covid 19 still forcing business to deal with more uncertainty and stressful changes, Michael joins Rob on the podcast to talk about how you can have revenue certainty. He starts by predicting churn and focusing on how to keep existing customers by ensuring renewals. Learn from Michael how you can use your sales methodology to build predictability and confidence to help plan the customer experience after the sale.

  • Episode 119: #119: Ryan Staley of Whale Boss — De-Mystifying Enterprise Sales

    October 14th, 2020  |  57 mins 15 secs
    building a sales team, culture, enterprise sales, onboarding, passion, practice, sales improvement, training

    Ryan Staley, Founder and CEO of Whale Boss, knows that enterprise selling is a different beast, where everything is bigger: the number of users, the number of buyers, the total risk, and the potential reward. It is a high-stakes game and requires a different set of skills and experience. Ryan talks with Rob about a better way to sell to the enterprise, and how to show differentiation and build consensus.

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  • Episode 118: #118: Mark Fershteyn, CEO of Recapped.io — How to Win More & Faster with Mutual Action Plans

    October 6th, 2020  |  1 hr 21 secs
    coaching technology, mutual action plans, sales coaching

    B2B sales are becoming more complicated, and more people are involved in purchase decisions than ever before. How you sell can be more important than what you sell! Mark knows sales teams need to win now and can’t wait for things to hopefully get better in 2021. He shows us how to win the deals that matter now using mutual action plans, and how to simplify the buying process and create an easier pathway to sales success.

  • Episode 117: #117: Zorian Rotenberg of Infotelligent — Achieving Disproportionate Results in a Noisy World

    September 28th, 2020  |  54 mins 16 secs
    building a sales team, coaching, culture, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, training

    Expert in scaling companies, Zorian teaches us about stress and passion, how each salesperson feels these In their jobs. Taking care of your team members is required before you to take care of your customers. Zorian loves to quote Eisenhour, who said, “You don’t lead by hitting people over the head, that is assault!” A great leader is someone who makes everyone on the team better. He teaches us that we need to get your team SET: give them support, energy, and trust.

  • Episode 116: #116: Dionne Mischler of SalesClass.io — Everything, Good or Bad, Comes Down to Leadership

    September 14th, 2020  |  55 mins 43 secs
    building a sales team, culture, passion onboarding, practice, sales improvement, training

    Dionne joins the podcast and teaches us about sales leadership today. Everything is about leadership, the good and the bad. If you like what your team is doing, look in the mirror and congratulate yourself, you are doing some good work. If you don’t like what your team is doing, also look in the mirror, and consider your connection to your team. How in touch are you with what is really going on? Learn from Dionne how to stay connected to your team, and how to address the good and the bad as a sales leader.