No Lame Ducks

No “Lame Ducks” on the Oregon team. I know I know all we need is one more sports analogy pulled into the business O Ducksworld.

There are 3 ducks I’d like to highlight and if you guessed one would be a Heisman winner or the head coach you’re wrong. Don Pellum (Defensive Coordinator), Jim Radcliffe (Strength and Conditioning) and Gary Campbell (Running Backs) are coaches with 22, 28, and 31 years on the Oregon Ducks Football coaching staff.

The Ducks are arguably the fastest and most innovative team presently in college football and one game away from proving themselves the BEST team.

Experience does count and embracing change, innovation, and relating to a diverse audience does not have age restrictions.

Far too many companies that are mired in mediocrity contribute to a world where 15 million C-Level Sales Directors change teams in less than 2 years of being appointed with far more under increased pressure to perform without being given the time and resources required to build success.

As you build, grow, and strengthen your management, training, and sales team to compete like champions in your industry take a look at who’s on the Ducks sidelines teaching and coaching up their players.

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About Richard Scudder

I possess a passion to see others succeed in sales. After 25 years of sales and sales management it is with confidence I say “it is direction, not perfection” that counts. I partner with organizations to improve the performance of their sales associates. My clients and I share in common investing in their greatest resource “their people”. I facilitate motivational training that is fun, unique and creates a positive impact on sales performance. For more information on training sessions or speaking before your group contact me. scudderperformancepartners@gmail.com 615-440-7219

Posted on January 2, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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