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Every business-to-business (B2B) sales organization of any size has some version of a strategic deal review or full account review. More often than not, the review is painful for three primary reasons.
How do you train globally dispersed groups quickly, convincingly and cost-effectively? For starters, you might want to keep your stakeholders on the ground and leverage the cloud.
When it comes to increasing revenue, most organizations look first to their sales team to drive new business and overlook the revenue-boosting potential that comes from aligning the sales and customer service departments.
Without finding their footing in the group of decision-makers, sales professionals can’t ask incisive questions that reveal the customer’s needs. Here are three ways sales professionals can become more psychologically invested in the stakeholder’s...
Today’s buyers are more informed and aware than ever before. Consequently, it’s no longer enough to be a transactional sales representative. Sales professionals must have strong emotional intelligence.
Success requires mastery of the fundamentals, especially when it comes to sales. Your sellers must have complete mastery of the fundamental skills. Below are four reasons laying a solid foundation is key to a successful sales enablement strategy.
The salespeople on our team, much like salespeople everywhere, were struggling to make sales by using a loser’s formula. During nearly every sales call, they shifted from persona to persona, appealing to whatever emotional state the buyer was in at that...