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Monthly Archives: October 2012
According to Dr. Herb Greenberg, founder of Caliper Corporation, great leaders are not motivated by money. This is just one of the conclusions Dr. Greenberg drew from his extensive research on the qualities and characteristics that make great leaders, which … Continue reading
According to Peak Sales Recruiting, the cost of adding the wrong salesperson to your team can total nearly seven times the annual salary for the position. Yikes! How can sales leaders mitigate the danger of making an unwise hiring investment? … Continue reading
One simple way to avoid the quarter-end crunch is to inject deal predictability and efficiency into the sales process. How? Start with the contract. Continue reading