Increase Board Engagement, Reduce Turnover
A coaching discussion designed for the manager, leader and everyone who wants to influence their association or business.
Every year, high school coaches lose their seniors and gain freshmen and business managers lose employees and gain new ones. As an association leader, you lose board & committee members and have to replace them as well. We all understand the importance of managing and leading our association. Now, let’s add coaching as an instrumental component in building a solid association culture. And it’s that culture that can increase engagement and reduce turnover on your board and committees.
Join me as I walk through the features and benefits of a solid and sustainable coaching program. Learn how to invest your time now to reap the benefits immediately and in the future.
What will we cover?
· The Benefits of a Solid Coaching Program
· Best Practices for coaching your board and committees
· Examples of good and bad coaching practices
· Challenges of sustaining a coaching program and how to minimize them!
Greg Martinelli runs Ag Sales Professionals, a training & coaching service for sales professionals & sales leaders.
Greg works with companies to create a coaching environment so they can dramatically increase sales productivity, profits and ultimately dominate their market.
Greg spent the last 27 years with a large food processing company and as an independent consultant developing sales teams across the Midwest, focusing on high engagement and high productivity, which leads to higher profits and increased market share for the businesses he works with.
As a speaker, coach and trainer, Greg brings his deep understanding of the sales and coaching process to help teams develop an understanding of where they fit in the marketplace and establish a deeper connection to their target market. Attracting, training and retaining a more engaged, profitable sales team has been a major focus area. With the onset of the Baby Boomers retiring and the Millennial generation moving into leadership roles, this megatrend is becoming critical for companies to navigate.