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Category Archives: Sales Leadership
By Norman Behar When speaking to clients, I often make the point that sales success is highly correlated to the effectiveness of their frontline sales managers – those who have day-to-day responsibility for managing the sales teams. These responsibilities typically include … Continue reading
By Jim Cathcart People love to follow leaders who know where they are going and who care about their followers. Even those who consider themselves to be leaders are usually willing to follow others who seem focused and collaborative. What … Continue reading
By Kevin F. Davis First, a disclaimer: I was a sales manager myself for many years, and think it is one of the most critical jobs in any company. It is also one of the most demanding. And having consulted … Continue reading
By Mark Donnolo Mike Barnes, executive vice president with Andrews Distributing – one of the largest beer distributors in the United States – knows the value of account planning. In April 2013, the company began following a structured account planning process. … Continue reading
By Eric Esfahanian The Pareto Principle – or the 80/20 Rule – is the concept that 80 percent of your effects are obtained by 20 percent of your causes. Your sales force probably proves out the concept as well: about … Continue reading
By Sherri Sklar Recently I received the following email from a VP of sales, asking for advice about how to bring out the best in his people: Dear Sherri: We have a relatively new team and I am noticing that the … Continue reading
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
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
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
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