Episode 216: #215: Amy Franko, Sales Strategy and Culture Expert — Metrics are for Mapping…Using Data to Create the Outcomes YOU Want.
February 8th, 2023 | 59 mins 2 secs
amy franko, culture, data, metrics, rob jeppsen, sales, sales leadership, strategy
Amy Franko has spent the last 16 years working with mid-market sales organizations helping sales leaders worldwide create new sales success standards through sales strategy, advisory, and skill development programs. Her work has been a massive success and she’s emerged as an expert in modern sales strategies. She joins us today to share why too many sales organizations don’t use metrics effectively…and how to fix it. This is an episode that will help you transform how you create value to those members of your team with some tools you can use immediately to make a difference.
January 18th, 2023 | 56 mins 25 secs
rob jeppsen, sales, sales leadership, sko, strategy, upgrade
Back by popular demand, Rob is sharing a personal SKO with each of the Sales Leadership Podcast listeners. To help kick off 2023 Rob shares important leadership insights based on content from some of the 18 SKOs he is delivering to sales teams worldwide right now. This year needs to be a year of the upgrade. In this episode will share with you 4 areas you can make small upgrades that lead to large, disproportionate results. Move past activity management. Move past the MORE button. And create meaningful impact in the lives of those you lead with strategic improvements that are massive difference makers.
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Episode 20: #20: Ryan Leavitt of Learncore—Attention Salesleaders! It's Time to Stop, Collaborate and Listen
October 30th, 2018 | 45 mins 52 secs
sales, sales team, strategy
Today’s guest is Ryan Leavitt, Founder of Learncore and current Head of Growth and Strategy at Showpad. Ryan shares his unique insight into building a team from scratch. His biggest tool? Collaboration. According to Ryan, it teaches resourcefulness for problem-solving, creates accountability, fosters proactiveness, and creates teammates well prepared to execute. He and Rob even get a little nostalgic for the 80’s and Vanilla Ice. Don’t miss this one!