Jack Daly

HYPER SALES GROWTH — Jack Daly’s street-proven systems & processes. How to grow quickly & profitability.

Dive into three critical areas:

  1. Building a winning culture in your business. The thrust here is creating an environment in your business where your employees don’t begrudgingly come into work, but rather are excited to be working at your company. You can smell a culture. Spend 30 minutes or less at a company and you can describe the culture. It may be difficult to identify your own culture because you have become so much a part of it. However, every organization has one, and it’s vital to identify the key factors in yours and intentionally manage that culture. Those businesses which create such an environment, enjoy a competitive, sustainable advantage.

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About the Author

Jack Daly is an experienced and inspirational sales trainer and sales coaching expert, who inspires audiences to take action in the areas of sales management, corporate culture, and sales training. He brings 30 plus years of field proven experience from a starting base with CPA firm Arthur Andersen to the CEO level of several national companies. Jack is a proven CEO/Entrepreneur, having built 6 companies into national firms, two of which he has subsequently sold to the Wall Street firms of Solomon Brothers and First Boston.

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