I may not be smarter than you. So, I don't presume to be able to tell you what to think.
I tell a story about something real. If you get it, you'll ponder it.
Pondering may lead you to consider how it's impacting your life.
Here's today's story.
Today's gospel was about two of Jesus' disciples that asked for him for a promotion. His answer was, "whoever wishes to be great among you will be your servant; whoever wishes to be first among you will be the slave of all."
It got me thinking about why salespeople want to be managers.
- To make people great?
- or to boss people around?
So, I could leave you with the question, "Why does your sales manager want to be?", but I have two others.
Have you looked at your sales managers core competencies?
Final question: How is their reason for being a sales manager combined with their core competencies affecting your sales team's results? What might be possible?