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Dynamic Business Week — A Don’t Miss Event

by David Brock on June 10th, 2010

Next week, June 14-18, Microsoft and are sponsoring an exciting event:  Dynamic Business Week!  It’s a virtual conference, bringing thousands of business professionals together to talk about issues critical to growth, productivity and success.

The conference will be an important opportunity to understand Social Customer Relationship Management and the potential it can bring in helping customers, sellers, and marketers connect.  The conference has an outstanding list of speakers, including:  Stephen Elop, President of Microsoft’s Business Solutions Division, Paul Greenburg, Scott Albro-of, Kirill Tatarinov, Mike Ehrenberg, Joshua Greenbaum, Mike Gannotti, Marty Collins, Ardath Albee (one of my favorites), Myra Golden and Bill Patterson.

I’m flattered to be joining this group–on Tuesday, June 15, I will be presenting my thoughts on High Performance Sales and the Top 10 Things Sales Managers Must Worry About.  Following the presentation, I’ll be joining 1000’s of others in an online discussion of creating the highest levels of performance in sales organizations.

To warm you up, I’ve posted a couple of briefs at  How Do We Find The Time To Coach Our Sales People? and High Performance Sales Driven By High Performing Sales Managers.  Make sure you read them—I’ll be testing you;-)

There will be all sorts of other events, presentations, and opportunities to network with great people from around the world.  Make sure you reserve time on your calendar to participate and contribute to the discussion.

This is a don’t miss event for any sales, marketing, and business professional interested in exploring how to outSell and outPerform their competition.  Make sure you visit the site everyday:  Dynamic Business Week.

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