Author: Tom Searcy

3 Myths About Leading Organization-Wide Transformational Change

Your company’s ability to implement transformational change directly impacts how quickly your company can grow. The faster your company is able to change and adapt to a customer’s needs or a changing market, the more quickly your company is prepared to boost sales growth. Yet some executive leaders limit their company’s growth by accepting commonly-held myths about transformational change.

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Is Your Sales Strategy Properly Aligned With Your Business Strategy?

Is there a misalignment between your company’s sales strategy and your business strategy? Perhaps you are driving toward significant growth, but your sales force is chasing small accounts that will never result in enough revenue for your company to achieve your goals. Or, maybe your sales team is focusing their efforts on landing large accounts when your business strategy is to grow by diversifying your client base with multiple smaller accounts. Either way, a misalignment between your sales strategy and business strategy results in lost growth opportunities for your organization.

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4 Trends That Will Change the Way Your Company Sells

CEOs are not only responsible for guiding their organization in planning for the future, but also in anticipating it. I spend a great deal of my time helping business leaders to see the future in the larger market context beyond just their own industry. Here’s what I believe the next five years will look like in the world of selling.

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5 Considerations for Getting Your Initiatives Approved by the Board

In today’s business environment, boards are naturally inclined toward risk assessment and caution. This occurs simultaneously and without the slightest hint of irony that business growth is also expected. CEOs and their executive team are put in place to create growth with as little risk as possible, and this comes in the form of management submitting initiatives requiring board approval.

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