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Tag Archives: Sales Management
By Alison Brattle The structure of most sales organizations hasn’t changed much in the past few decades. The average organization is made up of a number of sales reps working in the field, who meet face-to-face with current and prospective … Continue reading
If you agree with these statements, you’re performing exceptionally well in all your roles as manager. If you come up short, it might be time for a management course or a conversation with your own manager to determine how … Continue reading
Today’s post is by Dr. Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager, which has sold more than 13 million copies. Certainly, the people being supervised are the key variable in determining a sales management style. No question about it. … Continue reading
The universal question all sales managers ask is: How can I motivate my people? Through hundreds of research reports, one message rings loud and clear: to increase motivation, create an atmosphere where the salespeople motivate themselves. When a salesperson feels … Continue reading
By Josiane Feigon Unless otherwise noted, statistics and trends cited within are taken from “MTV Studies Millennials In The Workplace: Uses It To Transform Its Own, Maybe Even Yours.” Millennials are rocking the sales world big time. We love their … Continue reading
By Duncan Lennox Whenever I have conversations with senior executives or CEOs about driving sales performance, there’s a tendency to focus on the “rock stars,” that relatively small group of high performers. Frequently, they are described as “natural salespeople,” good … Continue reading
This week Inc.com announced that bad managers cost the economy $360 billion in lost productivity annually. Hopefully, your sales managers aren’t making any personal contributions to this statistic. Either way, we thought it couldn’t hurt to assemble some collective insight for better … Continue reading
If you run sales, take this as an opportunity to challenge your team to think differently. Here are five questions to ask. Continue reading