One of the greatest lessons Ken learned was how to do hard things. When he became a Scout leader, he was stressed trying to do everything. A good friend taught him about the lawn-chair leadership approach. Ken had to learn how to teach the boys how to lead and plan and use that as the measure of his success.
Kenneth Krogue is President & Founder of InsideSales.com – firstname.lastname@example.org
He founded Inside Sales.com in November 2004, where he leads the marketing, business development, consulting education, implementation and support departments, and over sees day-to-day marketing operations. Ken was nationally recognized twice as one of the “Top 25 Most Influential Inside Sales Professionals” by the American Association of Inside Sales Professionals (AA-ISP).
Ken is a weekly contributor on Forbes.com. His inside sales blog is top-ranked in the world. Ken attended the United States Naval Academy and earned a BS in Psychology from the University of Utah.
Ken is Vice President of Fund Development for the Utah National Parks Council. Prior to overseeing fundraising for the Council, he was the Alpine District Chair. Ken’s commitment to Scouting is visibly demonstrated by his financial commitment to the Council. Ken’s company, InsideSales.com, contributes one percent of its revenue, one percent of its employees’ time, and one percent of its products to the Boy Scouts of America – and encourages other companies to do the same.
Ken and his wife, Crystal, are the parents of four sons and one daughter.
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