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    Stacia Jorgensen

    Stacia Jorgensen
    Stacia Jorgensen brings an array of experiences and invaluable expertise in data collection, analysis, and research reporting to the EcSell Institute as the Director of Research. As part of her role, she leads all research initiatives, the creation of coaching performance assessments, and was instrumental in helping EcSell translate coaching into a series of measurable metrics. Stacia’s goal is to help EcSell’s clients discover actionable insights surrounding coaching effectiveness that allow them to achieve the highest levels of performance. Her research discoveries now provide sales leaders a never seen before view of team performance that is changing how teams are coached, led and managed. Supporting EcSell’s highly collaborative culture, Stacia also brings her analytical and thoughtful perspective to every department within the EcSell organization.
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    It’s been quite a rollercoaster these past couple of months, hasn’t it? The COVID-19 global pandemic has shaken things up in countless ways for the majority of the workforce.

    For some, these shake-ups have been monumental. The traditional workflow and status quo have done a complete 180. For...

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    Roughly 65% of people are visual learners. Visual learners understand, absorb, and recall best by seeing information. I’m one of these people. I take hand-written notes to help me remember what I’ve heard in conversations. When faced with most tasks, I jot down to-do items or draw out a quick...

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    Great leaders know that completing a career discussion with each of their team members at least once a year is an important part of their role. After all, career discussions are often the only chance a leader, manager, or coach and their team member have to really take a step outside the daily...

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    Top-notch team leaders and coaches know that team development meetings are important to building cohesive, high-performing teams. They can be a great way to step away from daily grind activities and focus on often neglected, yet extremely critical work-impacting, topics such as: Developing...

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