Babette Ten Haken

Ten Haken
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Babette Ten Haken is a management consultant, professional development coach and the Founder and President of Sales Aerobics for Engineers®, LLC. Babette has one of the most distinctive voices in today’s workforce, business management and professional development communities. She traverses the interface between your technical and non-technical employees and customers. She catalyzes compelling strategies and processes for cross functional communication and collaboration. She is the author of Do YOU Mean Business?, her playbook of collaboration skills to drive revenue through your organization. Babette and her Sales Aerobics for Engineers® Blog were honored as a Top 50 Marketing & Sales Influencer & Blogger 2013,  2014 and 2015 by Top Sales World. Email her at


Effective Questions: An Essential Skill when Building Workforce Teams
Effective Questions: An Essential Skill when Building Workforce Teams
When employees do not understand the types of questions they should be asking one another, project outcomes lack the much-needed breadth, depth, insight and innovation required to create enduring business outcomes.
Will the Industrial Internet of Things catalyze  Hybridized Workforce?
Will the Industrial Internet of Things catalyze a Hybridized Workforce?
The future of IIoT will require talent that is equally competent in analytical skills, people/cultural skills and multi-disciplinary, organizational capabilities.
Workforce Engagement Requires Engaged Management
A new Gallup State of the American Workplace study is coming out this Spring. It reveals workforce engagement is stuck in low gear. It doesn’t have to be that way; you can move your organization forward if you understand what is holding it back.
Build Collaboration into Multi-Generational Channel Teams: 5 Hacks to Help Make It Happen
Forward-thinking channel partner teams are moving outside their comfort level by exploring the pivotal impact collaboration has on revenue generation. Collaborative teams generate tremendous stories to tell new hires.
Future Proofing Your Workforce: Hiring for "What's Next"
Business and technology is changing. Shouldn't your workforce's capabilities evolve similarly? Management strategist and leadership coach Babette Ten Haken thinks so, and offers advice for business owners.

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