Are You Managing Through the Rearview Mirror?


Michael leimbach   h
VP, Global Research & Development, Wilson Learning Worldwide
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Sitting down with your salespeople and sales managers every month to review sales results and revenue is like driving by only looking out the rearview mirror. It gives you a good view of where they have been, not where they are going. The key to effective sales leadership is identifying the “leading indicators” of sales performance, finding ways to track them, and focusing your energy on reviewing and coaching to them. Explore how to identify leading sales indicators and how to use them to coach effectively.

During this webcast, you will:
  • Recognize the difference between “summary indicators” and “leading indicators” of performance, and the value of focusing on leading indicators
  • Organize the different types of leading indicators and applying these to your own sales organization
  • Generate a plan for how to implement leading indicator tracking

About Michael Leimbach, Ph.D.

Michael Leimbach, PhD, is a globally recognized expert in instructional design and leadership development. As Vice President of Global Research and Development for Wilson Learning Worldwide, he has worked with numerous Global 1000 organizations in Australia, England, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and throughout the United States. Over more than 30 years, Dr. Leimbach has developed Wilson Learning’s diagnostic, learning, and performance improvement capabilities, published over 100 professional articles, co-authored four books, been Editor-in-Chief for the highly acclaimed ADHR research journal, and is a frequent speaker at national and global conferences. He also serves on the ISO Technical Committee (TC232) on Quality Standards for Learning Service Providers and on the University of Minnesota College of Education and Human Development Dean’s Advisory Board.

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