2008 - Present
Will Kloefkorn has been in the sales industry his entire career. Serving as a sales manager with the EcSell Institute team since the company's inception, Will is responsible for leading EcSell Institute's worldwide sales growth strategies and business development initiatives. Will brings an unparalleled passion to the EcSell Institute and his belief in the effect of coaching, leadership and management on the performance of sales teams, as well as athletic teams, has been recognized on many levels.
Will's background includes business development jobs across the board with recognized organizations such as ESPN and Enterprise as well as time spent with a smaller start-up organization.
In addition to his business development activities, Will is a popular speaker at EcSell Institute events as he is able to articulate the needs and solutions our clients encounter on a daily basis. He brings a refreshing approach when presenting to sales leaders where he challenges his audiences to think about their impact on sales producers. Since he is a student of leadership and coaching, he knows firsthand how those talents and skills can help take a producer from simply good, to extraordinary. Will has created a highly informative presentation based on EcSell’s “Through the Eyes of the Sales Rep” research titled What You Are Not Hearing from your Sales Producers is Losing You Sales.
Will earned his Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he also resides with his wife Amy, four-year old son Jackson, and newborn daughter Maryn. Beyond work and family, most of Will’s energies are spent in competitive athletic endeavors, writing, reading, and spending time with close friends.
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Everything could have been anything else and had just as much significance.
Lots of children lullabies
Lots of partially memorized components of songs
July 4th - my favorite day to spend with family and friends and a good day to reflect on good fortunes.
My wife, kids and self.
Watching Jackson write on the whiteboard in our office.