Instantly, work, and the world as we knew it, changed. In one massive upheaval, our work, the world, and the economy shifted on its axis. For years, many of us in this industry feared a massive disruption: disruption from Amazon, disruptions from suppliers selling direct, or disruption from buyers choosing to purchase only online. None of us predicted a disruption quite like this, but it is still the disruption to our industry that we feared, a disruption that will forever change everything about the way we work. When a once-in-a-lifetime global event such as what we’re experiencing right now, shakes our foundation, the world cannot simply retract to the way it was before.
In this session, we'll focus on the three areas that require a dramatic change to the way you and I will work in the future, you'll learn:
The four demands the client of the future wants from you now
Your outdated selling skills and how to fix them
3 habits that were shattered by the new, virtual workforce and how to optimize your culture for growth
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About the Speaker:
Bobby Lehew is the Chief Content Officer at commonsku, a cloud-based CRM, order management, and social collaboration platform designed for the promotional products industry by promotional product experts. A 25-year industry veteran, Bobby was formerly the CEO at Robyn, a branded products fulfillment company that specialized in private-label,
e-commerce company stores. A PPAI Gold Pyramid Award winner, a PPAI Silver Technology recipient, an Addy Award recipient, and recognized (in his work with Robyn) three years in a row by Inc. Magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S., Bobby is co-host of the popular industry podcast, skucast and he is a national speaker on topics related to B2B marketing, company stores, productivity, and storyselling. Featured in ASI’s Counselor magazine as one of “41 people who are shaking up the market with new and innovative approaches,” Bobby is an ardent bibliophile and loves working at the intersection of art and commerce