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This is Mike Kunkle's 2012 career search profile. See also:

This is Mike Kunkle's 2012 career search profile. See also:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/mikekunkle
http://slidesha.re/PerfLevers082011
http://www.mikekunkle.com

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    • Mike Kunkle 214.494.9950  mike_kunkle at mindspring dot-com http://www.linkedin.com/in/mikekunkle  http://meetwith.me/mikekunkle CAREER SEARCH PROFILE – Page 1 of 2Target Position | Company: I aim to join a corporate executive team that wants to radically improve its company’s performance and is willing to make the changes to do it, or a consulting or professional services organization that helps its clients forge a path to breakthrough performance. (Example achievements on page 2.) For internal corporate roles, my target position is a Director or Vice President role, with a company whose senior leadership team supports the commitment to improve organizational performance and is ready to lead change. This "performance improvement" role could be in sales training, sales effectiveness, sales enablement, sales operations, training and development, organization effectiveness, talent development, process improvement or change management. I have thrived at small start-up ventures, mid-cap private firms, and multiple Fortune 500 corporations. An authentic, transparent culture of continuous improvement with prioritized focus on strategic objectives and disciplined execution (or wanting to become such an organization) is far more important to me than industry or company size.What I Do: I am a training and organization effectiveness executive with special expertise in sales force transformation. I analyze performance levers, build training based on best practices, and implement other systems and processes to support the levers, employees and clients. Even by itself, this work, done well, radically improves business results and moves the needle on the metrics that matter. To ensure that occurs, I also build the training, tools and resources needed by managers and other leaders to reinforce, sustain, and grow that performance. My projects have consistently exceeded executive expectations and in one case, a series of projects culminated in an accretive revenue increase of $398MM within one year.Location: I prefer to remain in the Dallas / Fort Worth metro area. As needed, telecommuting, leading a remote staff, conducting meetings via Web- or video-conferencing, or traveling as required, are all viable options. Relocation may be possible for the right company, opportunity and package.Industries: Training and performance improvement concepts are universal, not industry-specific. I have worked or consulted in a variety of industries, including entertainment, pharmaceutical, advertising specialties, financial services (consumer lending, mortgage lending and various insurances), hospitality (luxury hotels), meetings & conventions, technology (software/Internet), healthcare IT, manufacturing, document management, packaging and assembly, telecommunications and office equipment industries. I am familiar with the all sales nuances – B2B / B2C, tangible / intangible, product / service, long- cycle / short-cycle, high-ticket / low-ticket, inside sales / outside sales, and direct / channel sales. I am open, willing and capable of mastering new industries quickly.
    • Mike Kunkle 214.494.9950  mike_kunkle at mindspring dot-com http://www.linkedin.com/in/mikekunkle  http://meetwith.me/mikekunkle CAREER SEARCH PROFILE – Page 2 of 2Transformation Examples:See http://slidesha.re/PerfLevers082011 for information about the sales force transformationmethodology that I have developed. Achieved a $398MM accretive revenue increase in one year from final project completion. How: accelerated new hire ramp-up (and decreasing new-hire churn) through better selection and improved sales training based on best practices, increased incumbents’ sales results through the new sales training and coaching, developed specialized sales coaching training for managers to diagnose and close gaps on the performance levers, communicated clear expectations and developed accountability systems, and established regular performance management practices, Increased sales results 28.7% over previous year. How: through the development and implementation of a highly successful new-hire sales course focused on the performance levers of sales planning, territory management, consultative sales skills, account selection, product knowledge, pipeline management, and strategic account development, as well as a focus on developing sales managers as coaches. Increased performance of new hires, so that newly-trained sales reps with 120 days on the job outperformed a control group of reps with 5 years with the company. How: accomplished through updated selection practices, redesigned sales training, sales coaching training for managers and performance management practices. Increased sales per rep by 47% in 9 months. How: through changes in territory management, prospecting approach, consultative selling skills, sales coaching and performance management. Increased sales 600% over previous year while decreasing net operating expenses by 21%. How: through ongoing sales training, weekly performance check-in, improved coaching skills, changes in compensation, performance management methods, improved sales and operations reporting, weekly operating expense reviews and cost-control measures. Improved average profitability per sales rep by 11% in only 4 months. How: through training on strategic account management practices, setting clear expectations, training on sales negotiation techniques, and changes in discounting policies.