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More isn't always Better - Innovate
Disastrous company with little or no direction - Tons of sales pressure - "Make it or break" type of environment - No job security unless sell your butt off- I take it back, even if you sell there is no job security - Favoritism - Micromanagement - CEO is largely disconnected with what happens on the streets and the obstacles necessary to succeed - Extremely poor management - Lack of job performance communication - Say one thing, feel another attitude - Too many products - Very on the job training Advice to Management "More" isn't necessarily "better". Focus on brands with the opportunity to grow. Baiju is your bread and butter but the US domestic market is not ready for it. From a craft perspective, concentrate on offering your customers an allocated variety of four/five products otherwise you get lost in the shuffle pushing dozens of products down their throats,. - Invest more into the growth and development of your salespeople instead of taking a "they'll figure it out" attitude. It's lazy, dated and a recipe for failure. As a Sales Manager, I am now understanding all of the missed opportunities to keep myself and others motivated to bring the best out of us. You will continue having a revolving door costing you thousands if you don't stop and develop your team to thrive instead of getting rid of them because you didn't train them right to begin with.
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