The goal of sales training is to kick off change or develop new behaviors. But often, training fails to make a sustainable change in sales behavior.
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One in five CEOs come from sales and marketing backgrounds – making it critical to invest in these skills for early career talent who aspire to develop into future leaders.
Despite the significant expenditures that continue to go into training salespeople to "close the deal," many sales organizations struggle to meet and exceed their targets, and here's why.
As millennials now represent more than 50 percent of the workforce and Generation Z begins to enter it, personal, engaging and relevant new hire onboarding programs are important.
Fewer than half of sales organizations are satisfied with their training efforts, and a paltry fewer than 7 percent said their training exceeded expectations, according to CSO Insights.
If you’ve read beyond the title of this article, you probably already know something about the overwhelming case for sales coaching. Such evidence as displayed by a recent Aberdeen study, shows that total team attainment of sales quota is 11 perce
One of the most valuable lessons I ever learned happened in an unexpected way. I was boarding an early morning flight from DC to Dallas. The weather was clear, and I was looking forward to a few hours of quiet time and maybe even some shut eye.