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In The Road to Excellence: 6 Leadership Strategies to Build a Bulletproof Business, Sandler CEO and President Dave Mattson introduces six powerful leadership strategies that identifies the common blind spots that can take any business off track.
A proven six-step system for identifying and correcting the most dangerous leadership oversights … and taking your company into the top tier. Includes:
The Road to Excellence is relevant to all companies in all industries but particularly important for small and mid-sized businesses. Learn how to create a viable, sustainable growth plan for your business.
Most leaders are passionate about their business and they want to move their company into the top rank. Despite best intentions, sometimes their efforts fall short an the missing element is something not easily identified.
Dave Mattson is a best-selling author, sales and management thought leader, keynote speaker and leader for sales training seminars around the world. As CEO and President of Sandler Training, Mattson oversees the corporate direction and strategy for the company’s global operations including sales, marketing, consulting, alliances and support. His key areas of focus are sales leadership, strategy and client satisfaction. He is the author of a number of successful books on business, including the Wall Street Journal bestseller The Sandler Rules.
To learn how to overcome common management "blind spots" that can undermine and destroy companies. Download this free sample chapter from Dave Mattson's The Road to Excellence.
Drivers are trained to keep their eyes on the road ahead as well as check what's happening around them. Leaders must do the same. Like drivers, they must be aware of the blind spots that prevent them from seeing what's alongside as well as what might be on the road ahead. In The Road To Excellence, Dave Mattson identifies the most common blind spots and strategies so leaders and entrepreneurs who are always striving for excellence can be successful.
John Baldoni Executive Coach and Author