The challenges associated with persuading people to change how they think, feel and act often cause leaders to pursue compliance over commitment.
If your organization makes these commitments, you can make your sales training stick.
The Founding Fathers understood something significant about commitment: Publicly declaring your intentions creates momentum – and accountability.
If you can anticipate what’s ahead, you can make choices to ensure the best possible outcome when it comes to investing in training.
Many of us are very busy – busier than we’ve ever been. Sometimes, it’s difficult for us to maintain enthusiasm in our daily lives, let alone communicate that commitment and energy to others. So what do we do about it?
Commitment comes from within. It happens when people embrace the tasks in front of them, because they are important to them, and they make a promise to deliver on an outcome.
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My previous blog post established three critical success factors to an effective leader’s lifestyle.
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