Rank #1: Why Your Salespeople Don't Make Quota - An Easy Fix - James Muir Podcast
James Muir, the author of The Perfect Close. He's an accidental sales person. Started out in operations assisting sales team. He was drafted without knowing how to advance a meeting to the next stage. He created this method as an outcome of his own experience. Statistically, what happens is that no question is asked to advance the sales. 50-90% of sales meetings end without a salesperson asking for any commitment, depending on industry. This number is way higher than those who ask "incorrectly" - at least they ASK. What is it in the psychology of sales or people that prevents them from asking for the sale? If sales people are not comfortable with the method they've been taught - manipulative - they won't do it at all. Teach them away that is in aligment with their personal values, there is no difficulty asking Visit puremuir.com - free report - 7 Deadly Sins of Closing In this episode, James Muir covered: 1. Fear of asking to early or being pushy. 2. Fear of the "No". Both of these involved in feeling maninupulative or moving the process too fast. You need to have an idea of your ideal outcome of the meeting, but you should also have a couple of positive alternatives. Catch this full episode for more tips and check out James' site - puremuir.com
Rank #2: Style vs Function: The Importance of Design and UX in B2B Applications
Read the full transcription on the Heinz Marketing Blog on 11/05/18 starting at 6am PST. This episode: Style vs Function: The Importance of Design and UX in B2B Applications. What a great conversation with Andrew Halley, CMO of Allego! When you think about the conversation you have with your customer, you know what's produced from marketing is just a fraction of what actually gets communicated and so creating integration across the company to improve consistency and value of that conversation is one thing. Getting feedback from the field, feedback from those people that are in front of the customers more often.. is another. Marketing isn't talking to the customer nearly enough by default as sales and account management is. I think you can tell first hand which companies tend to prioritize function, which of them tend to prioritize the usability, and which of them are just flinging out features. We talk about Andrew's perspective on this and how one can balance style and function in a B2B application.... and a lot more, listen in!A big thanks to our sponsor, MailTag.io. MailTag.io is a Chrome browser extension for your Gmail that allows you to track and schedule your emails. It’s a super helpful tool if you’re in sales because you can receive real-time alerts, right on your desktop, as soon as your prospects open your emails or click links within your emails. For more info, be sure to check out MailTag.io!
Rank #3: Sales Enablement Live: New Insights & Research from Miller Heiman CEO Byron Matthews
Our guest, Byron Matthews is the President & CEO of Milller Heiman Group. Check out Byron's new book, Sales Enablement: A Master Framework to Engage, Equip and Empower a World-Class Sales Force Highlights from this Episode: Companies investing in sales enablement is up 26% from last year, with 59% of organizations that now have a sales enablement function. Yet, only 34% of organizations are achieving their sales enablement goals. (CSOi Report) B2B companies can assess their sales teams’ gaps and opportunities in relation to each component of sales enablement and look for the alignment (per the Clarity Model). Sales enablement cannot be put in a box like other functions. It is cross-functional, and orchestrates all enablement efforts across all “boxes,” including its alignment with the customer journey. Defining sales enablement: Sales force enablement is a strategic, collaborative discipline designed to increase predictable sales results by providing consistent, scalable enablement services that allow customer-facing professionals and their managers to add value in every customer interaction. More about and from Byron: Anyone familiar with Miller Heiman Group (brands include: Miller Heiman, Huthwaite, AchieveGlobal, Impact Learning, Channel Enablers, and CSO Insights) knows that championing the customer experience is a main tenet of their mission—and also one that I happen to share.As President and CEO of Miller Heiman Group, I bring a broad depth of experience in growing, leading and providing guidance to the best organizations globally surrounding their sales processes, as well as the leading operations that support the mission of a great sales organization. Throughout my career, I have sought out challenges and answered demands that call for singular vision, energy and creativity. I have consulted and collaborated with industry leaders throughout the world and crafted new funnel-management solutions, compensation plans, sales methodologies, and sales-management processes, as well as developed and implemented sales-operations capabilities, sales structure, and territory design, for such Fortune 500 companies as Microsoft, AT&T, Sprint, and Aflac. Personally, I am passionate about the education of sales as a discipline. In collaboration with university faculty and administrators, I am working to drive a nationwide effort to incorporate the study of sales into graduate and undergraduate academic environments. I teach and volunteer my time as a guest lecturer for universities including Cornell and Harvard Business School and contribute to published academic and industry research on sales strategy and concepts. I also run sales boot camps and coach, train, and judge students at university sales competitions across the U.S. and participate regularly as a featured speaker at industry wide events.
Rank #4: Here’s Your Event Marketing Playbook for 2019
In this episode, "Here’s Your Event Marketing Playbook for 2019" we talk to Kristen Alexander, CMO at Certain. Recently we worked together on an Event Marketing Playbook. We'll talk about that. We're going to get tactical, we will talk strategy. It's real, practical advice to drive real results in organizations that are doing events. I think a lot of people when they do events just do the same old stuff. You get a sponsorship, you get your booth, you go through the motions, and then you're wondering where the revenue is and why you spent all that money. Kristen will talk about some of the pitfalls she sees from event marketers that aren't getting the kind of ROI they need from events today. We'll also double down a little bit on the discussion of data strategy for events because I don't think a lot of event marketers and event managers are thinking about what their data strategy is. We'll also talk about some examples of why managing data, using the right data is so important to getting results out of an event. Read the entire transcript on the Heinz Marketing Blog I want to give a huge shout out to today’s sponsor, MailTag.io. MailTag.io is a Chrome browser extension for your Gmail that allows you to track and schedule your emails. It’s a super helpful tool if you’re in sales because you can receive real-time alerts, right on your desktop, as soon as your prospects open your emails or click links within your emails. For more info, be sure to check out MailTag.io!
Rank #5: Can Knuckle-Dragging Salespeople Still Succeed?
John Crowley in this interview with host Matt Heinz said “We live in a Jetson world, but it is the Flintstones that are Winning.” John is referring of course to the subject of his best selling book, Knuckle Dragging Sales. Crowley is co-founder and creator of the Knuckle Dragging Sales System. Author, speaker, mentor, coach and just a Knuckle-Dragging Sales Guy, John and Matt discussed what drove him to write the book and create a system that is not fraught with the usual sales gimmicks, shallow tips and tricks. In the interview they discuss: How salespeople are getting distracted by tips and tricks from books and podcasts, but ignore the basics of a professional salesperson. John explores evergreen sales skills that must be learned and relearned to be successful in sales. How technology is not always the complete liberator that it is supposed to be in delivering tops sales performance. Why human interaction is the cornerstone for successful sales. The reason that superior listening skills delivers happy customers How no one in sales can completely succeed without delivering value to the customer for the entire sales cycle. Why a strong sales mindset is the basis for success that cannot be ignored. Want to have John Crowley at your next sales meeting? Go here.
Rank #6: Secrets to SaaS Start-up Sales Growth
In this episode, listen in to Samuel Sunderaraj, VP of Sales at Skilljar. Check out the full transcription on our blog starting Mon. 6/4. Samuel will answer some great questions: What's the state of SAS sales? What does it look like today? And for folks that are either at the front lines or managing an SAS organization, what are the keys to making SAS sales work today? He'll also talk about how good sellers can actually be still at the forefront of the buying process, at the top of the buying process to provide that value. He'll share about the people side of growing a sales organization. It's one thing to put numbers in a spreadsheet and say, "Well, if we call this many people, convert this many deals, we'll hit our number," but you still have people that you're managing as part of that. Hear about the importance and some of the keys to building a sales organization, a high performing sales organization that also prioritizes the people within it. What about managing expectations? What about the boards objectives? What about the investor objectives? How do you manage that when you're in the middle and you're leading the sales organization, having to motivate the team, but also sort of set expectations from above? All this and a lot more! MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST: Samuel Sunderaraj has the following experience in sales management:Driving and initiating contact with senior decision-makers at Small To Enterprise Accounts (C-level)Scaling revenue from $0m to $30Million+ in ARRRevenue retention ($30M+)Building sales teams from 1 to 30+Experience in building a successful sales organization from scratch, including recruiting, hiring, and developing compensation plans.Leading sales teams that are metrics driven & efficientStart-up advisor - Building high performance sales teams that are metrics focused and scaling for growth - Focus on customer & company success ("customers pay the bills") - Sales metrics execution - managing cost of opportunity acquisition while driving top line revenue- Territory and Market Optimization – executing to high conversions on the active funnel.- Creating Value = sales multiple- BOD Metrics & Analysis- Funding (Seed, Series A-C,) Learn more at Skilljar.com
Rank #7: How Lifelong Learning Plus Humility Can Lead to Marketing Success
Listen in on this special, on-demand episode when I talk with Steven Rosen, executive coach, author, speaker, and founder of Star Results. Have you had or soon will have your 2019 sales kick off? Either way, Steven shares his best tips for a successful sales year. Steven shares a ton of wisdom and practical tips in this short 17 minute show. He'll touch on, how in sales execution, we often try to do too much and the importance of identifying and focusing on 2-3 key things to prevent losing focus. You'll love Steven's point of view about self discipline, learn why he believes "Sales is a discipline" and A LOT MORE!
Rank #8: Cold Outreach Is Alive! But Are You Doing It Wrong?
Enjoy this BONUS Episode - Q & A with Mike Schultz, President of RAIN Group A few highlights... we talk about: New research proving that cold calls and outbound still works to generate sales Insights into what buyers wants from sellers Which channels work, in what context and sequence, to create sales pipeline More about our guest: President of RAIN Group, Mike Schultz is world-renowned as a consultant and sales expert. He is co-author of several books including the Wall Street Journal bestseller Rainmaking Conversations: How to Influence, Persuade, and Sell in Any Situation (Wiley, 2011) and Insight Selling: Surprising Research on What Sales Winners Do Differently (Wiley, 2014). He was named the Top Sales Thought Leader globally in 2011 by Top Sales Awards. Mike and the team at RAIN Group have worked with organizations such as Toyota, Monitor-Deloitte, Harvard Business School, Oracle, Fidelity Investments, Ryder, Quintiles, UL, Navigant Consulting, Hitachi, Lee Hecht Harrison, Lowe’s, and hundreds of others to unleash sales performance. News outlets such as Business Week, The Globe and Mail, Inc. Magazine, MSNBC, and hundreds of others have featured Mike's original articles and white papers, and frequently quote him as an expert. Mike’s most recent research includes What Sales Winners Do Differently, Top Performance in Strategic Account Management, and the Top-Performing Sales Organization. Along with his books, Mike has written hundreds of articles, case studies, research reports, white papers, and other publications in the areas of selling and marketing. He also writes for the RAIN Group Sales Blog. Mike is also the director of the RAIN Group Center for Sales Research. Mike is a graduate of Brandeis University in Waltham, MA with a B.A. in American Studies, and holds an MBA from the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College. Mike is currently on the faculty teaching sales at the Brandeis International Business School. Mike also enjoys fly fishing and golf, and actively studies and teaches the traditional martial arts of Seirenkai Karate and Jujitsu, holding the ranks of third degree black belt and Sensei. He lives on a lake west of Boston.
Rank #9: Confessions of a CMO: The Secrets and Successes Behind B2B’s Revenue Leaders
Confessions of a CMO: The Secrets and Successes Behind B2B’s Revenue Leaders You can also read the transcript (and listen to this episode) on the Heinz Marketing Blog starting Mon. 3/5/18. Listen in on a great discussion about Integrated Marketing. Joe believes marketing (and economics) are about the audience and never about you. Find out how a Government Major ended up in B2B Marketing and if he cares about events like Webinar World making money or not. Listen to the end to learn who has inspired and influenced Joe in his marketing career. As CMO, Joe Hyland is responsible for driving the global marketing, communication and brand strategy for ON24. He has over a decade of experience creating and marketing innovative products in the enterprise and SaaS software markets. Before joining ON24, Hyland was the CMO at Taulia, the SaaS market-leading financial supply chain company. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College
Rank #10: How to Set Hundreds of Appointments with No Cold Calling (Here’s How Guidant Financial Does It)
In this episode host Matt Heinz interviews Guidant Financial CEO Dave Nilssen. They discuss his entrepreneurial journey and an important moment in time when he knew he had to pivot to a new business. Nilssen describes how his aversion to being sold changed his model for selling Why "cold calling" wasn't an option for his business How he moved from a monthly to a quarterly dashboard for planning How he created “Inbound” lead generation tactics that fill his pipeline How they created good relevant, creditable content Nilssen talked about the The Pivot which is a process, a moment in time, when it is suddenly clear that the time has come to PIVOT to a new business model The PIVOT can be from one business to another The PIVOT can be from one career or job to another How to analyze the business gap ______________________________ Sales Pipeline Radio is sponsored and produced by Heinz Marketing on the Funnel Radio Channel. Each week at 11:30 am Pacific time (plus 8 hours UTC Time) Matt Heinz interviews the best and brightest minds in sales and Marketing. If you would like to be a guest on Sales Pipeline Radio send an email to: sheena @ Heinzmarketing dot com
Rank #11: Selling with Spears: Account-Based Sales Development Best Practices with Jamie Shanks
I talk this week with one of the masters of B2B sales, digital selling, a good friend, Jamie Shanks (CEO at Sales for Life) in an episode I call Selling with Spears: Account-Based Sales Development Best Practices with Jamie Shanks ----more---- I asked Jamie: "I've noticed in a lot of your marketing, and a lot of your messaging, that you've made the shift from social selling to digital selling. Help me understand, what's the difference, and why is it important to think about this, broader than just social channels, today?" To whet your appetite, here is part of Jamie's reply. Read the full transcript and/or listen below. "...the reality is that social media is only one mechanism to help a seller connect with a buyer. Other digital platforms, like video is one, and is soon emerging, and I believe is the next wave, artificial intelligence and machine learning, are all digital data points. Remember, you're using these tools for research, for account planning, for account engagement, for account qualification and disqualification. All of these digital tools and fingerprints that customers are leaving around, can be harnessed to help a seller. And so we're evolving it towards digital. And in fact, even companies like LinkedIn are evolving it beyond digital. They don't even call it digital anymore, it's being called modern. That's all that it is. Because at the end of the day, social selling, digital selling, it's all just selling. It's just infusing the 21st century into your sales place."You can follow Jamie on Twitter @jamieshanks and check out his latest book, SPEAR Selling: The ultimate Account-Based Sales guide for the modern digital sales professional _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sales Pipeline Radio is sponsored and produced by Heinz Marketing on the Funnel Radio Channel. I interview the best and brightest minds in sales and Marketing. If you would like to be a guest on Sales Pipeline Radio send an email to: sheena@Heinzmarketing.com.
Rank #12: Your Marketing Stairway to Heaven: Led Zeppelin’s B2B lessons with Chandar Pattabhiram
On this episode Chandar Pattabhiram, CMO at Coupa Software joins us as we talk about bringing start-up agility to enterprise marketing. But first, we talk about what Led Zeppelin has taught him about marketing! So good. We also talk about customer lifetime value and a holistic way of thinking about the customer. Listen in to hear his thoughts about the increasing focus in marketing on science and the increased focus on metrics and things you can measure. We dive into the science of storytelling and MORE! Check out the full transcript on our blog starting Monday, 7/30/18.
Rank #13: Training & Professional Development for your Sales Managers: New Best Practices from Norman Behar
This week Norman Behar, Founder & Managing Director at Sales Readiness Group joins us as we focus on content and best practices. Sales Readiness Group has been around for a long time. They've been recognized as one of the top twenty sales training companies in the country by Selling Power magazine and featured as the Sales Training Company to Watch List by trainingindustry.com. Lots of accolades for the team. They just released a new report (The Salesperson's Perspective on the Impact of Sales Training) that I'm actually pretty excited about. It isn't just about training and best practices but really showcases salespeople's perspective on the impact sales training can have. One of the questions that often comes up from sales leaders is, "Okay, so we've done sales training in the past, but sometimes it's been effective." Sometimes it has a lasting effect, but in many cases, it doesn't necessarily have a lasting effect, and so we wanted to better understand what's really important to salespeople and what's the business impact associated with sales training. We know that companies are investing more than ever in sales training. There was a stat by Training Industry showing sales training now is estimated at a 2.5 billion dollar market globally, and it's grown by one billion over the last seven years. So, you've got these two--I'm going to call almost mixed signals coming out. Sales leaders who are saying, "Is there really a strong correlation between great sales training and business results?" And at the same time, you have this huge increase in spending, so obviously we think companies are pretty smart. They wouldn't be spending more if it wasn't impacting their business, but we wanted to really get the sales rep's perspective and understand what is it that makes for a great training program and how does it actually impact business. And we had some pretty interesting results. Listen in now and find the full transcript on the Heinz Marketing blog starting Monday, 8/20 at 6am PST.
Rank #14: Your 2019 Sales Enablement Strategy Is Here: Q&A with Melissa Madian
In this episode, find out why Melissa Madian calls herself the Chief Fabulous Officer at TMM Enablement Services. And.... of course we talk about sales enablement... and how that morphed into customer service enablement because as she says "...essentially, there's this disconnect between sales and customer success and customer experience in that there's this function that's so hell bent on acquiring new customers, and then there's sort of this handoff between that function and the function that's designed to keep those customers and grow those customers." Read the full trancription on the Heinz Marketing blog starting Mon. 9/17/18 6am PST. Also check out her blog post, "Sales Enablement: Is it Sales or Marketing?".
Rank #15: Your Crazy-Busy Buyer: How to Break Through, Build Value & Get the Sale
I'm very honored to have Jill Konrath join me to talk about her latest book, More Sales, Less Time. Jill Konrath’s career is defined by her relentless search for fresh strategies that actually work in today’s sales world.Listen in to hear how someone with a Bachelors in Education ended up getting into sales, let alone becoming a keynote speaker in one of the world's preeminent sales office. Jill shares some great insights including the inspiration behind her books. "It starts with a problem. It always starts with a problem and in every case and every book I've written it started with a problem that I faced. And when I face it initially, I get really discouraged and I bat my head against the wall and say, oh I'm so stupid. I can't figure it out and then I finally realize that it's not just my problem, but other people are struggling with that issue, too. And then I go to work and it becomes like a puzzle to me and how to solve it. So, I actually dig in and wrestle with the material myself til I can figure out what works today. And then, again I guess because I do come from teaching roots it's real important for me to make it easy for people to understand. PEOPLE ARE BUSY! "When people are this busy, you have to fundamentally shift how you do things in order to peak your curiosity, make them stop and listen and actually then respond to you and say, hey I'm interested in learning more." STRIVE FOR MAXIUM IMPACT: "One thing I always try to stress with people is that they really need to stop and think about what they're doing and they need to strive for maximum impact in every single customer interaction and that customer interaction may be a 20 second email message. Maybe a 60 word ... or 20 second phone message, a 60 word email message, you know, but what can you do to have the maximum impact and I think way too many people in sales just say, make more, do more, send more, have more meetings. But, to me the smartest thing to do is ensure that every single interaction provides some value and moves you toward things" Keep listening to hear Jill's perspective about women in sales and a lot more! Read the entire transcription on the Heinz Marketing Blog on Monday, 3/12/18.
Rank #16: 5 Skills for a New Sales Manager’s Success: 90 Days to Sales Coaching Skills
Host Matt Heinz discusses with Norman Behar, among other things, how to get a new sales manager up and running in 90 days or less. Norman Behar is CEO & Managing Director at the Sales Readiness Group and co-author of: The-High Impact Sales Manager. Brand-new sales managers are out to prove themselves, but few have the basic sales management skills. Maybe, eventually, they will read enough books or stumble on some of the right questions to ask, but in the episode, Norman Behar. This book draws on over 30 years of personal experience and our proven sales management training methodology. What makes this book unique is that it is highly practical and provides sales managers with the systems, processes, skills, and techniques to: Hire the best people and hold them accountable. Manage sales performance by focusing on the underlying behaviors that drive results. Manage the sales pipeline and produce accurate sales forecasts. Provide personalized sales coaching that results in better skills and hire win rates. Lead, motivate, and inspire their sales team. Drive Better Performance from Your Sales Team: Sales Readiness Group Your sales team needs training that sticks. We've designed our training to create sustainable change in sales behaviors and improve results. Training programs are not single events, but part of an overall sales training system that will help your team produce better performance.
Rank #17: Buyers are Fed-Up, B2B has not Adapted - Dave Gerhardt
Read the full transcription of this episode on the Heinz Marketing blog Highlights: We discuss how the buying experience is broken and why the only way to fix it is to enable more conversations Here's an example of how this plays out: It's important to make it easy for your customers to buy B2B businesses have not adapted yet. Customers are still often required through a labyrinth of funnels and forms so they can talk to a sales rep What can B2B do about this? A sale doesn't happen without a conversation Is this because of "the Amazon effect" - customers are used to getting what they want on demand, with one click. Whether it's a taxi, a meal, a piece of furniture, etc. These buying expectations are carrying over to B2B purchases as well You need to make it easier for your prospects to have a conversation with you - whether that's through chat or on the phone And whoever gets closest to the customer wins (Netflix vs Blockbuster) Reps need to get closer to prospects, faster - and organizations need tools in place to enable that, while avoiding the clatter of non-sales related conversations Related Hyper Growth Marketing Sales Conferences com https://www.getmyresponsetime.com/ https://www.reallygoodchatbots.com/ More from our guest: Hey, I'm Dave Gerhardt. I'm VP of Marketing at Drift and I've spent the last 7 years learning at SaaS marketing companies in Boston, including HubSpot and Constant Contact. During that time, I've launched products that have made it to the top of Product Hunt, created a top five business podcast on Apple Podcasts, landed multiple features in the New York Times, created a deck that Andy Raskin called "The Greatest Sales Pitch I've Seen All Year," and helped create the category of Conversational Marketing. I love building an audience and getting the right people to pay attention.
Rank #18: Lessons From the Sales 1%: How They Do It (and How You Can Too)
Scott Ingram of Relationship One is our guest for Sales Pipeline Radio. Ingram is the author of the recently published book “Sales Success Stories: 60 Stories from 20 Top 1% Sales Professionals.” Host Matt Heinz asks Scott what he learned about being a successful sales professional from the those he interviewed for his book. They discussed: How to work the mental game of sales: the importance of mindset How the top sales producers get to the top and the skills required to stay there Relationship-building methods to help you win and keep customers Why it comes down to momentum! How humility and caring linked with confidence determines the top one percent in sales How to avoid the ego/arrogance trap How Scott’s Inspired Marketing Podcast has helped Scott develop relationships What Scott is doing to setup a Successful 2019 About the Book: Sales Success Stories: 60 Stories from 20 Top 1% Sales Professionals Want to learn the insider secrets of the top 1% sales achievers? Discover the inspiring techniques of 20 sales VIPs so you can climb the ranks and bring in the biggest commissions of your career. Fed up with the same old sales results? Tired of advice from so-called sales gurus who don't actually sell for a living? Want to learn closing techniques from real-world doers? Account director, podcast host, and top 1% achiever Scott Ingram has spent his whole life obsessed with sales. With nearly two decades of sales experience under his belt, he’s ready to share 60 inspiring stories to help you finally sell like a heavy hitter. Sales Success Stories - 60 Stories from 20 Top 1% Sales Professionals is a powerful collection of the tales of triumph—and failure—from 20 amazing sales MVPs. Divided into four motivating sections covering mindset, relationships, sales careers, and sales processes, this book will show you how high achievers sustain stellar results on a daily basis. If you’re an ambitious and dedicated professional ready to climb the ladder to the top, then you need this road map to career victory! ___________________________________________ Thank you to our sponsor, MailTag.io. MailTag.io is a Chrome browser extension for your Gmail that allows you to track and schedule your emails. It’s a super helpful recommend if you’re in sales because you can receive real-time alerts, right on your desktop, as soon as your prospects open your emails or click links within your emails. For more info, be sure to check out MailTag.io!
Rank #19: The Art & Science of Customer Loyalty: Community, Advocacy and More
The Art & Science of Customer Loyalty: Community, Advocacy and More We talk about customer evangelism as well as lessons learned from Eloqua that Jocelyn is applying today, and more! Check out the recording and transcription on the Heinz Marketing blog on Mon. 2/26/18. Our Guest, as VP of Customer Success at Allocadia, Jocelyn Brown is dedicated to helping Allocadia’s customers achieve the highest levels of Marketing Performance Management and maximize the business value of their investments. In her role, she guides customers through their continued growth and progression through the stages of budgeting, planning and performance excellence, and elevates their experience throughout the journey. Having spent more than 18 years in the B2B and SaaS spaces, Jocelyn brings extensive experience building and managing high-performing customer success teams that drive recurring revenue and value, and develop life-long customers. Most recently she spent 9 years at Eloqua in customer success and global market readiness roles.
Rank #20: How to Manage Remotely - Best Practices for Leading from a Distance
This episode entitled, "How to Manage Remotely - Best Practices for Leading Remotely" is inspired by the book The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership co-authored by Kevin Eikenberry, Chief Potential Officer, The Kevin Eikenberry Group With more and more companies going remote, they're forsaking having everybody in the office five days a week. They're letting people work remotely, and I think as an individual contributor that can be fantastic. As a manager, that can be particularly challenging. I asked Kevin, how this topic come about and how to manage remotely and do it well. Listen in to our great conversation below or read the transcript on the Heinz Marketing blog starting Mon. 7/9/18.