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Rebecca Oeltjenbruns

Owner/President Center for Practical Management

Rebecca has worked with financial institutions for more than 20 years providing solutions, software, and services. For the past ten, she has worked as a sales consultant and coach, helping hundreds of bankers improve their sales and service skills, and dozens of bank executives enhance their effectiveness as managers and leaders. Her clients include large banks and credit unions, community-based financial institutions and other service providers in the industry.

Rebecca designs organizations’ unique set of management activities, tools, metrics, and tracking procedures. She facilitates the skill development workshops and reinforcement activities. She also personally conducts the one-on-one coaching with executives and senior managers helping each to build on personal strengths and address personal improvement opportunities.

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Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Rebecca Oeltjenbruns

Every successful leader knows that sales growth becomes possible when the organization’s vision drives the culture. Many financial institutions misinterpret the drive to achieve sales growth as the organization’s vision. When this happens, selling becomes the vision and service becomes lost. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in either. If your organization does not clearly focus its vision on service, no amount of effort and expense at creating a dynamic, results-based sales culture will bring long-lasting growth or success.