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Category Archives: Sales Leadership
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 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 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
By Mark Donnolo Every December at one high-tech company in Dallas, the sales offices are a ghost town. No hustle and bustle, no sales calls, no people. The last two weeks of the year routinely slide into one long holiday. … Continue reading
By Donal Daly The “commit theory” of sales forecasting – in which salespeople commit that their deals are on track to close – is in need of improvement. The “commit paradigm” rarely delivers the expected results. One of the issues … Continue reading
By Barrett Riddleberger A well-prepared sales rep always has a greater chance of landing a sale than those who aren’t. How should your sales reps prepare for a sales call? Start by asking them the right questions to get them thinking … Continue reading
By Sharon Gillenwater A sale here. A sale there. Yep, that’s that seemingly impenetrable account you just can’t seem to grow. All salespeople have them. What’s the barrier? Well, it could be that the bigger deals elude you because you’re … Continue reading
By Scott Roy and Dr. Roy Whitten Mental attitude is critical to sales performance, yet we have found that most training programs barely scrape the surface of the subject. In today’s increasingly competitive business environment, training professionals are often tempted … Continue reading