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How to use Disagreements to Build a Stronger Team

St. Louis, MO/ Chesterfield, MO

If you’ve ever ran a sales team of any kind, you know that high pressure careers can cause a pressure cooker situation between employees. Whether it stems from stepping on toes in the world of calling on other peoples prospects or accounts, sales people don’t always see eye to eye. But as a leader, collaboration between the reps is imperative to running a strong sales organization.

Through Team Building Activities, you can explore these types of issues from all sides, uncovering a comprehensive view of the current state and root causes.

Next, brainstorm options with your reps, and agree on a broad path forward.

Finally, it helps to really take time to get to know one another on a deeper level. Make time with your employees for team bonding activities and outings.

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