From employment to leisure and transportation to education, tech is changing the world at a faster pace than ever before. Already, people wear computers on their faces, robots scurry through factories and battlefields and driverless cars dot the highway that cuts through Silicon Valley. Almost two-thirds of Americans think technological change will lead to a better future, while about one-third think people’s lives will be worse as a result, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center. Regardless, expect more change. In a series of interviews, which have been condensed and edited, seven people who are driving this transformation provided a glimpse into the not-too-distant future.
I developed these 10 leadership lessons from years of personal experience and business accomplishments, as well as the struggles I endured and overcame along the way. They are timeless maxims for expanding your influence, advancing your career; guiding your organization to greater success – and helping those you lead to do the same. I share these lessons because – as I often say – it’s no longer just about what you know, but what you do with what you know.
Clearly, priority number one for the VP of Sales or Chief Revenue Officer is to make the number. As we move along in 2014, how are you doing on that goal? To meet and exceed your goals, you need a plan that will get you ...
How to plan to meet your target #sales goals for 2014. Instructions.