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How to Improve Your Struggling Sales Team

Trying to get your sales team back on track? Forget the pep-talk. Experts suggest sales management
and training techniques that can improve your company’s sales.

By Tim Donnelly | Aug 10, 2011

What do you do with struggling salespeople? It’s a problem
that’s vexxed multi-national corporations and start-ups; assistant managers and
presidents of boards.

It’s simply hard to know when to pull the trigger on removing underperforming team members when
it could be that the staff just needs a little guidance, encouragement, or
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7 Steps to Incredible Personal Productivity

Practical advice to turn an average workday into an incredibly productive day.

By Jeff Haden  Dec 30, 2011

Occasionally you need to go the extra mile. Sometimes you
need to complete a major project, tackle a task you’ve put off, or just knock
out a ton of work in one day.

Here’s the best way to turn a normal workday into an incredibly productive workday:

1. Let everyone know. Interruptions destroy focus and kill productivity. So are the guilt trips
your family “sometimes ...

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$9.0 MM pipeline of C&I business

Leadership, community involvement, and a top producer in Denver business banking is ready to
make a move. Tap into this business development officers’ success and talent and
upgrade your team. Start the year right by bringing on an energetic business
banker with a diverse portfolio and pipeline.

Call us soon before this candidate ends up at one of your competitors!


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How to win the talent competition

These days the competition for talent is fierce. Of the last 6 placements that our firm has made, 100% were being courted by a few banks and 1/3 had offers to choose from. The days of 2009/2010 where the bank called the shots are over. We are now back in a candidate driven market.  This means that the probability of landing a desirable candidate has just decreased. There are ways to differentiate yourself and your bank in the interview process. ...

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