CEO Breakfast wrap up 24.01.18
On the 24.01.18 we kicked off 2018 with our first breakfast hosting 12 CEO and Leaders for networking and a look at aligning ambition and goals.
Outlined in the keynote Tony McGinn discussed the 3 main components of a business: “build”, “run” and “sell”.
Raising questions and provoking thought around a leaders and CEO’s ambition, focusing on why some are not achieved their sales goals. One of the major takeaways from the event was a look at a how most salespeople fall into sales, it’s not a profession like others, as it lacks the tertiary education. Most salespeople learn on the job and practics on clients.
Salespeople can truly make a company success, though they need the right protocol and support.
A lot of questions were raised by the attendees such as:
1. How do you transform an active Sales and Business Development team on the job?
2. What to look for in your next salesperson?
3. Why sales training failed?
Tony covered these questions and many more inviting audience to share their thoughts and issues, furthermore Tony shared the business health check tool which allows CEO and leaders to conduct a self-diagnosis.
Try the diagnostic aka health check here: https://themcginnpartnership.com/ceo-sales-performance-health-check/
Join us for our next event to learn more about how a new perspective can assist you to really drive sales in 2018 and beyond.
Our next breakfast is in March, to see our up and coming events please check here; https://themcginnpartnership.com/events/
Stay tuned for the next couples of blogs as Tony shares more will address these questions. If you want to get notified, simply subscribe here.
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of simply give him a call or drop an email
Tony McGinn OAM
Principal – The McGinn Partnership
TEC Chair – Melbourne www.tec.com.au
2/287 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
8/99 Elizabeth St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
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