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    Adapted from "The Coaching Effect"

    Why is it that a team can underachieve and then bring in a new manager and achieve significant growth? They altered the input that has the most powerful impact on performance outcomes—the manager. Yet in business, nobody quantifies coaching...

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    Editor's Note: This blog post has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness on May 29, 2020.

    Tis the time of year when sales leaders reflect on what they’ve learned, accomplished or perhaps muffed this past year. They’ve thought about what they did or didn’t do that impacted the end result...

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    Like many of you, the EcSELL Institute leadership team has a weekly meeting where we discuss strategies, goals and progress. These team meetings help keep us on the same page, drive collaboration among different departments and ensure that we are focused on our shared priorities. Once a month,...

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    “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.”  This adage was firstwritten by Cyril Northcote Parkinson in a 1955 essay, so it has come to be known as Parkinson’s Law.  It’s a relatively simple concept – that work will take as long as you allow it to take– but one that is...

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