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AUTHOR JUDY HOBERMAN EXPLAINS HOW WOMEN CAN MAKE THE SALE

Judy Hoberman has been excelling as a salesperson since she was a Girl Scout peddling cookies door-to-door. “People always told me I was a real people person, so I naturally assumed that if you’re a people person, you need to be around people… Read more

CUInsight

STOP MAKING EXCUSES

“I ran out of time.” “I can’t do everything myself.” “I didn’t have enough information.” Excuses are the lies we tell ourselves to make us feel better for a lack of action that leads down the path to failure. As we fly past the midway point of 2017, think… Read more

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SELLING IN A SKIRT

We sat down with Judy Hoberman, President of Selling in a Skirt to talk about the sales process and what our Readers can do to improve their sales and experience for their prospects. SMM: How did you get started with “Selling in a Skirt”? Read more


CUInsight

GOING UP? WHAT WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS IN CREDIT UNIONS BRING TO THE TABLE…

According to “Women in Leadership: Obstacles and Opportunities,” a report from the Filene Research Institute, 53 percent of all credit union CEOs are female and 70 percent of CU employees in the U.S. are women – numbers that farRead more

Plaid for Women

KISS: KEEP IT SIMPLE SWEETHEART

Whenever I’m asked to be someone’s Sales Coach or facilitate a workshop on Sales, I generally hear how hard sales can be, how much energy it takes and how getting a job with a salary is so much easier. The funny thing is, I don’t think it’s hard at… Read more

CUInsight

MEN AND WOMEN ARE DIFFERENT

Let me begin by making a profound statement… Men and Women are different. Why is that important? Studies show that women influence 85 percent of all consumer purchases including everything from autos to health care. Women account for… Read more


Plaid for Women

MAKE YOUR SALES RELATIONSHIP A SELLING RELATIONSHIP

Building relationships requires time, effort and patience. It requires a strategy unique to each situation and prospect. It doesn’t mean developing a shrewd approach to ingratiate yourself with your prospects. If your approach is not… Read more

Plaid for Women

DIFFERENT GENERATIONS: CAN WE LEARN FROM EACH OTHER?

The last two weeks I had back-to-back traveling, training and speaking. While my number one topic is women-how to recruit them, how to give them great training, how to retain them and how to promote them into leadership roles, there …. Read more

Plaid for Women

TIME MANAGEMENT: DISCOVERING YOUR PRIORITIES

When we talk about time management, the truth of the matter is that we all have the same number of hours in the day and yet some of us finish mountains of work and projects while others complain they ran out of time.  What’s the… Read more

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