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By Greg Knowles You’re a leader in your field. Everything you do is top-notch, and you offer the highest level of service. Your customers are happy. Everything seems to be going well and you expect your business to enjoy continued … Continue reading
By Jose Palomino Most sales teams have a reasonably good grasp of their competition. They’re able to rattle off the key differences between solutions and explain why their product is the best. But top-performing sales teams take their knowledge further: … Continue reading
By Sharon Gillenwater Dell has one. So do Citrix, CA Technologies, Cisco, Juniper Networks, AT&T, and Extreme Networks, among many others. It’s called an “executive briefing center” (EBC), and it can be one of the best tools in your arsenal … Continue reading
By Anneke Seley and Britton Manasco It’s been almost eight years since the publication of Sales 2.0 and the first Sales 2.0 Conference. Back then, we – along with Selling Power and the first sales productivity software developers – were … Continue reading
By Peter Arvai When you are a sales professional, presentations are a part of your daily routine – and the fate of your business often rests on them. Whether delivering an internal presentation to your team or pitching the business … Continue reading
By Julie Thomas According to the Social Security Administration, more than 10,000 Baby Boomers will be eligible for retirement every day for the next 13 years. At the same time, the Wall Street Journal reports, “…young workers are uninterested in … Continue reading
By Michael Weening I frequently get asked the question, “How do you drive forecast accuracy?” and have debated it with many fellow sales leaders. The answer is very simple. Forecast accuracy isn’t a goal, but an outcome. Your goal shouldn’t be … Continue reading
By Shayla Price Every sector has peaks and valleys. It’s just a given. So, how can sales leaders keep sales productivity high throughout the year? How your business handles the off-peak seasons will determine if you miss or exceed your … Continue reading
By Mark Donnolo Several years ago, I spent the day with Tony from Philly, riding along on his sales calls to various warehouses. I learned several things: In certain warehouses in Philly, managers keep revolvers behind their desks. In plain … Continue reading
By Michael Michalko Walt Disney was a high school dropout who was fired from his first job on a newspaper because he lacked imagination. Over the next few years, he suffered several business disasters and bankruptcy. But he overcame his … Continue reading