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Top Sales Executive to Share His Insights on Ulitzer

Lee Novak publishes his Ulitzer blog posts on his two topic sites: Sales Coaching and Team Building

Lee Novak, one of the top sales executives in the country, launched his Ulitzer blog to share his experience, insights, and sales coaching tips. Lee Novak, a Sales Management Executive for 25 years, uses a proven people-first, client-first philosophy. Lee has a reputation for building teams that not only are high-performance groups but also that do business the right way, at the right time and for the right reasons.

Novak publishes his Ulitzer blog posts on his two topic sites:

Lee Novak on Ulitzer (http://leenovak.ulitzer.com)

Team Building (http://teambuilding.ulitzer.com)

Sales Coaching (http://salescoaching.ulitzer.com)

He received numerous awards for his sales leadership, innovativeness and measured performance while working in various executive roles at ADP Dealer Services (a Fortune 500 company in the technology and service sector) for 21 years - where he was responsible for over $600,000,000 in revenue during his tenure.

Lee is currently Partner at Novak Enterprise Consulting, which focuses on Sales Management Coaching, Improving Sales Performance and Life Enrichment Coaching.

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