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Is your company in a position to grow as the economy improves? As purchase orders and business investments loosen up you could be in for a significant windfall. But only if you have your sales force doing all of the right things and are ready to grow right now.
The difference between top producing sales people and everyone else is their ability to hold themselves accountable on a consistent basis. Our simple, four-step Sales Accountability Plan will help you do just that.
Our friend Dave Kurlan of Objective Management Group (OMG) has completed another powerful white paper based on mounds of empirical data. This time he turns his focus on helping predict sales turnover, a common frustration among sales leaders.
Raising expectations without providing clear direction to your sales team will just make everyone frustrated. Download this CEO Sales Expectations Worksheet to create focus on the specific targets and activities that will drive your sales organization to new levels in 2011.
Getting the right people on your sales team is absolutely critical to growing your company. Yet hiring a sales person is often the most difficult position to fill in your organization. When we talk with sales managers and human resources professionals the concern we hear is “how do we know they’re not just selling to us?”
The difference between top producing sales people and everyone else is their ability to focus their time, energy, and sales efforts on their best prospect and client opportunities on a consistent basis. Our simple Sales Focus Worksheet will help you do just that.