MSCA’s Sales Reboot Program Stimulates Much Interest

October 23, 2020

Over 450 attendees tuned in this week for MSCA’s Sales Reboot virtual program, Strategies for Navigating Change and Elevating Performance in the New Economy.  Presenter Seth Mattison, internationally renowned author and expert on workforce trends and business performance, helped attendees understand how to better prepare for a world they will not recognize.  Using data gathered from members in a pre-webinar survey, which included the fact that COVID has made building relationship more difficult, Mattison discussed the need for developing the proper mindset.  He also emphasized the need for elevated performance through a growth audit, process discipline and future ready skills and attributes.  As one viewer commented, “I think this was a thought-provoking webinar that presented some excellent ideas to research/develop.” Mattison has been a popular presenter at previous MSCA educational conferences. 

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