Each episode finds Rob Jeppsen and guest diving into the biggest question in business: How do you create predictable, repeatable, and scalable success? They discuss tactics and practices that the best sales leaders use to drive head-turning success. Rob lets you know what you can expect from each episode and gives you his promise: you'll leave each episode with new ideas to help you drive high growth with your team.
Episode 119: #119: Ryan Staley of Whale Boss — De-Mystifying Enterprise Sales
Ryan Staley, Founder and CEO of Whale Boss, knows that enterprise selling is a different beast, where everything is bigger: the number of users, the number of buyers, the total risk, and the potential reward. It is a high-stakes game and requires a different set of skills and experience. Ryan talks with Rob about a better way to sell to the enterprise, and how to show differentiation and build consensus.
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Episode 118: #118: Mark Fershteyn, CEO of Recapped.io — How to Win More & Faster with Mutual Action Plans
B2B sales are becoming more complicated, and more people are involved in purchase decisions than ever before. How you sell can be more important than what you sell! Mark knows sales teams need to win now and can’t wait for things to hopefully get better in 2021. He shows us how to win the deals that matter now using mutual action plans, and how to simplify the buying process and create an easier pathway to sales success.
Episode 117: #117: Zorian Rotenberg of Infotelligent — Achieving Disproportionate Results in a Noisy World
Expert in scaling companies, Zorian teaches us about stress and passion, how each salesperson feels these In their jobs. Taking care of your team members is required before you to take care of your customers. Zorian loves to quote Eisenhour, who said, “You don’t lead by hitting people over the head, that is assault!” A great leader is someone who makes everyone on the team better. He teaches us that we need to get your team SET: give them support, energy, and trust.
Episode 116: #116: Dionne Mischler of SalesClass.io — Everything, Good or Bad, Comes Down to Leadership
Dionne joins the podcast and teaches us about sales leadership today. Everything is about leadership, the good and the bad. If you like what your team is doing, look in the mirror and congratulate yourself, you are doing some good work. If you don’t like what your team is doing, also look in the mirror, and consider your connection to your team. How in touch are you with what is really going on? Learn from Dionne how to stay connected to your team, and how to address the good and the bad as a sales leader.
Episode 115: #115: Catie Ivey Coutinho of Demandbase — High Impact Leadership in a New, Virtual World
Catie joins the Sales Leadership Podcast and asks, how purposeful are you in your role as a sales leader? Having purpose will help you make every single person who works for you become the best version of themselves, professionally and personally. Catie explains how focusing your purpose can help you develop new skills for your sales process to become a high impact leader in a virtual environment, rather than simply a talking head.
Episode 114: #114: Robert Beattie of Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting Professionals — Cutting through the Noise Your Salespeople Face Today
Robert Beattie, the first-ever guest of the Sales Leadership Podcast, joins us two years later to share his advice and knowledge on how to lead through the confusion and stress facing sales leaders as 2020 ends. His recommendation? Don't be that manager who just creates noise. Reps are facing more noise than ever, personal, professional, physically. Pressure coming from new challenges, new opinions, new points of view, new health challenges, new professional challenges…everywhere, there are crazy things causing confusion. Don’t be a manager who adds to the noise, but a leader who cuts through the noise.