When it comes to sales management, it's funny to think about how many “no win” situations managers can get sucked into. These can lead to difficult conversations, and we’ve all been there.
For example, employees often complain about how their manager didn’t train them on “something.” Yet when the manager schedules a formal training, those same employees complain about losing valuable selling time.
Another example revolves around the idea of micromanagement. The employee who at first complains about needing space, will later turn around and accuse the manager of “spending time with everyone else but me.”