Total Ownership as a Leader Series
- No Bad Teams; Only Bad Leaders
- Communication Excellence
- Building an Accountable Culture
- Creating and Maintaining Team Trust
We have trained thousands of sales reps over the past 20 years. Do you need hunters to find new business? Are you relying on relationships to grow sales? We have a more aggressive approach.
Because your team needs long-term training to be effective
From a different sales approach to leadership, John Grubbs has authored books and guides designed to take your organization to the next level!
Read the latest news and useful tips posted regularly by John in his leadership blog.
Remote and hybrid work arrangements show no signs of reversing. However, distributed teams struggle with weaker interpersonal connections and erosion of trust compared to in-person colleagues. When teammates rarely intersect, relationship gaps form that impact collaboration, innovation, and output. Trust proves incredibly precious for remote employee engagement and team cohesion. Remote leaders must deliberately nurture trust through digital channels without the benefit of organic hallway conversations. The payoffs run deep.
Transitioning from individual contributor to people manager brings a seismic shift. Honing an entirely new skillset to lead teams requires formal training and experiential development. All too often, managers feel unprepared yet get little active guidance. They default to mimicking past managers—perpetuating bad habits. This lack of coaching to nurture management acumen leaves managers ill-equipped in critical areas like conflict resolution, performance management, influence, and team development. Organizations pay the price through chronically disengaged employees, high attrition, and missed objectives. But when managers receive high-impact coaching, a night and day difference emerges.
In the dynamic landscape of contemporary leadership, Emotional Intelligence (EQ) has emerged as a critical determinant of success. Leaders with high emotional intelligence are better equipped to navigate the complexities of the modern workplace and inspire and motivate their teams. This article delves into the critical components of developing emotionally intelligent leadership, exploring the dimensions of self-awareness, empathy, mindfulness, and resilience.
Your excitement and energy as a speaker are amazing. Hearing you speak on your years of experience and insights on leadership and generational change was very relevant and something that we can all learn from and apply to our organizations.
I'm always amazed at how fun you can make learning!
Your speaking style is incredibly engaging, the subject was relevant and informative, and our audience enjoyed every minute. Thank you for making us look good!
Don't hesitate to ask us questions! Fill in the form below and we will respond you shortly! We value any feedback!
911 W. Loop 281 Suite 211-6
Longview, Texas 75604