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Improve Your Sales Performance with These Team-Building Activities

By Luke Talbot-Male Common practices and sales pitches nowadays are becoming ineffective because consumers have been overexposed to them over the years. To help the company achieve their sales goals, revising sales strategies sounds like a great plan – but … Continue reading

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Sales Leadership in The Age of Anxiety

By Adrian Davis Sales leaders are conducting business in a unique environment of rapid change and immense risk. We face complex national and international challenges. Predictability provides peace of mind, whereas uncertainty creates anxiety – and ours is an uncertain … Continue reading

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Teaching Sales Warriors New Tips: How to Train Seasoned Salespeople

By Shari Levitin Many salespeople speak about sales through the language of warfare. To them, the idea of a warrior suggests power and conquest. They skirmish with customers, fight for leads, and talk about losing the battle but winning the … Continue reading

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How to Find Your Sales Presentation Persona

By Scott Schwertly  I have been studying the public speaking styles of famous politicians and business leaders for over a decade. I have studied magnetic ones. I have studied terrible ones. But I have never seen someone as intriguing as the 16th … Continue reading

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Advice for a Sales Leader: How to Gain Control of Your Sales Pipeline and Forecast

By Sherri Sklar Recently I received the following email from a VP of Sales, asking for advice about his sales pipeline and sales forecast. Dear Sherri, I’m a Sales VP, it’s mid-March, and I’m sweating the end of quarter. Truth is, … Continue reading

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The Only Power Source that Really Matters in Your Company

By Jim Cathcart In a speech years ago to the executive team of Wal-Mart at their Bentonville, AR, headquarters – after meeting Sam Walton himself in the hallway – I explored the concept of where power comes from in an … Continue reading

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How to Become a Great Sales Coach

By Kevin F. Davis I’ve been thinking a lot about what makes the difference between sales managers who fail their teams, those who do a competent job, and those who excel. One of the factors that has the biggest impact … Continue reading

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Five Traits of Sales Leaders Who Always Beat Their Number

By Tom Stanfill My transition to sales manager was fairly typical. I was promoted from a role where I had excelled (selling) to a role where I was completely incompetent. In those early years of managing a team, I was more … Continue reading

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The Truth about (Inside) Sales Call Coaching

By Lauren Bailey Lately I’m hearing a lot about the magical abilities of call coaching for inside sales reps. It can spike revenue! Cure attrition and training retention! And, naturally, the whole leaping buildings thing. Here’s the truth of the … Continue reading

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Are You Ready for These Shocking Changes in the Sales Profession?

By Adrian Davis Are you facing increasing sales targets and increasing challenges in achieving these targets? Well, it’s going to get even harder because of some fundamental shifts in our economy. I’m currently working in the robotics industry. Exposure to … Continue reading

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