Day: May 19, 2020

Join Salesforce exec Tiffani Bova as she answers the top 10 questions from salespeople and sales managers around the world.

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COVID-19 has changed the way we do sales forever. Nearly everyone is now a virtual, remote seller, and that will remain mostly true even when it’s safe for us to go back to the office.

It’s a major shift – one that’s led many of you to reach out for advice on how to best sell from home. Well, ask and you shall receive.

On this webinar, our key speaker, Tiffani Bova answers the top 10 most common questions she has been getting from salespeople and sales managers around the world

Disciplined practices can help leaders ensure that feedback loops flow freely and a top-down understanding of their organization doesn’t blind them to problems.…

Every decision made by any leader impacts the overall brand and all of its parts. 


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We are in the strategy-implementation phase of the Fight for Your Franchise Challenge focusing on real-world leadership skill development. This week, our strategy is one of my most powerful leadership techniques, one I’ve used it to help my client’s make some of the most critical decisions in their business histories. 

I call this process the Three Decision Lens strategy, and it ensures that you are applying the Upside Down Pyramid servant leader structure, as well as increasing the likelihood of positive outcomes. 

Some franchise leaders make hasty decisions that have negative results. Remember that franchising is like no other business model. Franchising is a large network of entrepreneurs that are interdependent. Every decision that is made by any leader in the


The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) did not offer the originally planned Rs 30,000 crore of securities for conversion into longer dated securities, but accepted switching for only Rs 7866.73 crore, auction results showed.


After stating last week that it would be converting Rs 30,000 crore of securities maturing in June to longer dated securities, including Rs 4,000 crore into a 40 year security, the RBI offered only Rs 9796.732 crore of securities in its Monday auction. The RBI did not accept any offer for a conversion of Rs 13,000 crore to the 10-year security. It only accepted Rs 5736.732 crore for conversion to a bond maturing in 2024. The total amount of conversion offer accepted for the 40 year security was Rs 2130 crore, against Rs 13,000 crore planned. The RBI decided to give 6.7982 per cent for the 40 year paper.


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