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by Megan Seamans April 26, 2019

You Employees are Less Engaged – Here’s Why

Beyond lost revenue, disengaged employees can be doing more harm than you think. Teams that are actively disengaged are unhappy at work, which may even lead to destructive behavior like undermining projects. This is obviously a problem. The first step to resolving it is to address what causes your employees to be disengaged.

by Megan Seamans February 28, 2019

The Modern Manager’s Guide to a Productive Coaching Session

Saying you don't have time for sales coaching is like saying that your sales team is perfect. Follow these 5 steps to lead an effective, modern coaching session that benefits you, your team, and the organization.

by Megan Seamans November 13, 2018

5 Best Practices For Running Successful President’s Club

But what makes a successful President’s Club? How should an organization go about implementing and maintaining one? Here at LevelEleven, we are frequently asked by organizations for best practices and how to most effectively run a great President’s Club. Here are some best practices to consider when planning your President’s Club.

by Megan Seamans October 23, 2018

Creative Contests to End 2018 with a Bang!

No matter what industry you are in, companies are looking for ways to keep their employees engaged without decreasing their productivity. One of the best ways to do this is through contests.

by Megan Seamans October 15, 2018

The Driving Force Behind an Efficient Sales Team

We’ve all heard the statistic: salespeople only spend ⅓ of their time actually selling. This can easily be blamed on the salespeople themselves but taking a step back, it’s easier to tell what is responsible for the time lost; the leadership. Even the most seasoned salespeople need direction. A well-oiled machine would be nothing without the driver giving it life and direction, and sales teams are no different. We’re letting you in on a little secret, the driving force behind the most efficient teams. Are you ready? Leadership.

by Megan Seamans September 11, 2018

Your Employees Need Recognition – Here’s Why

We get it, you have been doing your job for a while now and it’s gotten a bit repetitive. In fact, 66% of employees that feel bored or underappreciated at work will quit their job. That number jumps to 76% in millennials. The bottom line? Boredom and lack of recognition is a big deal to your employees and if you want to keep them around, you need to shake things up.