Sales Genius is a Team Sport
There is no challenge you cannot overcome with teamwork! From complex sales with multiple decision makers, to accounts at risk, to price-dropping competitors... One Company thinking leads to victory.
2014 research confirms that companies who develop a sales culture ofconscious collaboration across departments sell 20% more than their competitors. Why? When you involve everyone with a stake in the outcome early in the sales process, you unleash innovation and execution. It’s time for the Lone Wolf salesperson to blossom into the team-builder.
After twenty plus years of deal making and consulting, Sanders has created a winning play for solving sales challenges that’s produced over a billion dollars of revenue. His talk would combine compelling stories of team genius with actionable advice on how to replicate their success. Audiences will get better at problem solving and become faster at closing complex sales.
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Relationship Power! How To Win Business & Influence People
Building business relationships is not a matter of playing golf, the gift of gab or being a rubber stamp on others’ ideas. There is an art and a science to being a relationship master at work. Studies show that it can boost your sales by 40%, drive your talent’s productivity by 25% and cut regrettable turnover in half.
In this program Tim reveals winning ways to create and maintain real connections inside & outside your company. This program is based on his global best seller, Love Is the Killer App: How To Win Business & Influence Friends.
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The Business Power Of Confident Thinking
Sure, we have business confidence at the top of a market or if we are leading the change. But what’s our plan to seize the moment when the playing field changes … or recedes? Our competition is hit just as hard as we are, and now it’s a race to see who gets their Mojo back first. History proves that business confidence is rocket fuel for a company. It cracks the code, closes the deal and moves people to action.
It’s not enough to ‘think positive’ though – sustainable confidence comes from lifestyle and leadership design. This program is based on Sanders’ experience through three recessions, the dotcom boom and the quality movement.
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Emotional Talent: The Final Leadership Frontier
Many leaders rise to their position through their technical skills from operations to finance to product. But they will never make the leap from good to great until they develop what Tim Sanders calls Emotional Talent. This is the ability to manage their internal emotions, sense those in their people and connect with them at that level.
This program, which was the basis for a PBS Special, offers ways any leader can cultivate this talent, and spot it in others. It’s based on 500,000 pages of original research.
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The Social Opportunity: 3 Ways To Leverage New Media For Your Business
Long time new media expert and former Yahoo CSO Tim Sanders has participated in the rise of social med ia, from its early days of instant messenger updates and bulletin boards to the rise of Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. In this keynote, he will unravel the mystery surrounding how to leverage it to generate business, cut costs and recruit talent into your organization. His talk is not a review on ‘of-the-moment’ platforms or tools, but instead, he offers a blueprint for leveraging any new media innovation,
whether it’s a new social networking service, mobile app or publishing platform.
Based on numerous case studies relevant to your ind ustry or situation, his talk will provide actionable takeaways such
Tim Sanders is the maverick CEO of Los Angeles tech start-up Net Minds and founder of research firm Deeper Media Incorporated. Prior to these positions, he was the Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo, as well as its Leadership Coach (2001-2005). He's a strategic consultant to leading brands, associations and government agencies.
Tim has valuable experience in cutting-edge businesses, sales and marketing.His background is economics, psychology and debate, giving him a rare blend of stories and science to move audiences to action. He's weathered the Quality Movement, the Dotcom Crash and the downturn of 2008 – emerging stronger from the experience.
Time Magazine called him a "Public Consultant" because of his extensive pre-keynote research and highly customized advice points for groups. He's one of the top rated speakers in the history of over twenty conferences, conventions and offsite meetings.
Tim is the author of four books, including the global best seller Love Is The Killer App: How to Win Business & Influence Friends. His second book, The Likeability Factor was featured in major media from USA Today to The New York Times. His latest book, Today We Are Rich: Harnessing the Power of Total Confidence is an Inc. Magazine business bestseller. Its message: "Take control of your outlook and get your confidence back!" is right for the times.
After graduate school and a short stint working with quality movement guru Ed Deming, Sanders went to work for Southwestern Bell Mobile systems at the birth of the U.S. cellular phone industry. He applied his expertise of quality, marketing and sales to help launch one of the most important industries of our time – wireless communications for the masses.
In 1996, Sanders went to work at broadcast.com for Mark Cuban, an audacious entrepreneur. After the company was sold to Yahoo!, Sanders created and led the Yahoo! ValueLab, an in-house "think tank" which delivered futuristic insight on technology and human behavior. While working there, he discovered that the company was moving too slowly for the innovation required at the time. Leading by example, he started a movement that inspired their executives to make more and faster decisions and to take calculated risks. Even though he was just a Director, within one year, market analysts and board members recognized him as the leader in the company.
In 2002, Sanders was named Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo!, at a time when the Internet industry was going through significant change and pressure from the stock market. He was charged with responding to multi-million dollar critical situations and empowered to make decisions in the field. From this experience, he learned that leadership is a personal decision, not just the function of a title.
Tim attended Loyola Marymount University and studied in the graduate school of communications at the University of Arizona.