The Power of Disruptors and Contrarians

Do you have a product or service that needs courageous disrupters and contrarians on your sales team? The way you lead can turn them into your competitive advantage or active saboteurs. Listen to Ande Frazier, President and Chief Marketing Officer of Leap Systems, explain how her organization is leading independent-minded advisors to revolutionize the way they help their clients achieve financial independence.

Guest: Ande Frazier, President and Chief Marketing Officer of Leap Systems

You can find out more about Leap Systems here: https://new.leapsystems.com/

Listen below. – 18 minutes, 53 seconds



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