Leadership vs. Management with Charles Bernard

April 12, 2021
Leadership vs. Management with Charles Bernard

Happy Monday, Let's Talk Sales listeners! On this week's episode, we brought back CFS Founder and CEO Charles Bernard.

Charles has over 20 years of experience in direct sales, sales management, recruiting and training. He founded Criteria for Success back in 2004, and has since trained thousands of CEOs, Sales Managers, and Salespeople on the art of business, relationships, growing revenue, and overcoming challenges. Charles is also an accomplished Sales Keynote Speaker, and is currently writing his new book “Enabling Buying in a World of Selling”.

After you hear this episode, be sure to register for our upcoming webinar series on Creating Growth as a leader. For this series, Charles will be joined by the Chief Marketing Officer of DialAmerica, John Redinger. With one registration, you will get access to all 3 webinars. Sign up today!

We hope you enjoy our discussion!

Discussion with Charles Bernard

In this episode, Charles and I cover:

  • Thinking from a buyer's experience and perspective
  • Distinguishing leadership from management
  • The nuances of leadership
  • The concept of a Sales Growth Team and shared accountability
  • Coaching as a leadership principle
  • The idea of “Knowledge Transfer” and why it should be encouraged
  • The value of openness, discovery, and asking questions

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