There’s been much talk about the future of the sales profession. Yet, there are steps salespeople can (and should) take right now, not just to survive, but to thrive!
One of the most significant investment companies make is in their sales teams. From adding headcount, to onboarding salespeople, to paying commissions; the sales team should be managed as exactly that…an investment.
If you HIRE sales people, you may be creating unnecessary risk for the company.
Sales people often say they want to be managed as if they were operating their own business. And, that’s exactly how they should be managed. Yet, there is a disconnect between how sales people perceive running a business works…and real-life. A sales business plan can help bridge this gap.
Price has always been a main reason that keeps sales people from selling. At least, that’s what sales people say. Here is some humorous evidence to the contrary.
Before promoting your top salesperson into sales management, make sure you’re making the right move for your company and the salesperson.
There are many misconceptions about LinkedIn. It’s not just for job searches or networking. It is a unique lead generation platform.
Sales people are searching for the secrets to selling success…These two words are the drivers that will take their income to a new level.
Every sales manager is searching for revenue from their salesforce, but the recipe to achieving the revenue target comes from the development of their unique sales metric management system.
Your needs analysis strategy is your key to successfully recruiting the right sales people.
The sales process you’ve defined to grow your business may be the very thing that is keeping your sales team from succeeding.
Hiring sales people from the competition always seems like a no-brainer, but there are many pitfalls with this hiring strategy.
Your Vice President of Sales is the key to your company growing revenue, but focusing your selection process on their salesmanship will lead to hiring the wrong candidate.
Sales pipelines everywhere are stuck, not because of the economy, but rather due to a decision-maker affliction.
Sales managers are tasked with the daunting challenge of leading their sales teams during turbulent times.