Business Video Roundup: Managing a Sales Team, Company Culture & High Performance

Posted on 16.October.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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This week we have two hour-long videos from Stanford Graduate School of Business—one focusing on the intricacies of managing an efficient sales force, the other delving into the areas of team building and company culture. Don’t worry, we also have some shorter videos for those of you who are pressed for time. There’s Brendon Burchard with some high-performance tips, Sallie Krawcheck of Ellevest with some company-building stories, and Patrick Bet-David with the one thing he believes all business comes down to. All just a few minutes each.

Brendon Burchard: High Performance Habits in 5 Minutes

Here’s a quick burst of motivation in just five minutes. Brendon Burchard gives a few tips to help get you on your way to developing high-performance habits that can supercharge your productivity.

Entrepreneur Stories: Sallie Krawcheck of Ellevest

In this eight-minute video from Entrepreneur, Sallie Krawcheck discusses how and why she started Ellevest, her new investment platform for women, which recently raised $34 million in funding.

Stanford Graduate School of Business: Mechanics of Managing a Sales Force

In this 56-minute presentation from the Stanford GSB, Kirk Bowman and Lucas Braun talk about how business owners and managers can get the most from their sales teams. Lots of great information and advice in this hour-long discussion.

Stanford Graduate School of Business: Team and Culture—A Foundation for Success

The team behind the highly successful insurance agency Asurion shares stories from the company’s early days and offer thoughts on developing company culture and building a strong, efficient team. It’s a 47-minute discussion, so be sure to grab some popcorn.

Patrick Bet-David: The Game of Business Comes Down to ONE Thing

“Always fear the biggest thinker,” Patrick Bet-David advises in this quick motivational video. “They never stop.”

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