The Secret To Turning Your Underperformer Into An Overachiever

There's no greater feeling than when your teams click on all cylinders and consistently perform well, right? Occasionally, though, you'll run into someone who is underperforming. Here is how to turn your underperformer into a top performer.

Hiring A Salesperson With Customer Service Skills

What skills, traits, and experience do you look for when hiring a new sales team member? Do you look for someone with industry experience, a list of contacts (aka a Rolodex), the ability to make conversation, or the confidence to ask for the sale? With an endless list of criteria, you can use to hire, it can be challenging to narrow down what’s most important. So here are some surprising traits you'll want to look for.

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10 Ways To Reengage Remote Employees

The impact of the pandemic and the blend between work and personal life is inextricably intertwined. Working from home created opportunities but also a lot of challenges. This unforeseen time has pressurized life and forced us to adapt in ways we never imagined. Here are ten ways to reengage your remote employees.

How To Find Your Ideal Clients

Do you ever run into the challenge of your salespeople chasing business they can't win and can't deliver? Chasing the wrong prospects is the bane of every salesperson's existence, resulting in unhappy salespeople who don’t hit their numbers. Don't let this happen to your team. Here is how you can find your ideal clients.

Help Your Sales Team Close More Deals

People are always saying, "We need closers" on the sales team. Yes, salespeople need to ask for the deal, and sadly, many don’t. But closing should be the easiest part of the sale if you've done your work on the front end well. Unfortunately, that is what most people don't get. Here's how you can help your sales team close more deals.

Dynamic Crossroads Of Sales And Leadership

There are several essential components to having a successful organization. Effective leadership is one of the primary drivers for growth, development, and innovation. The best organizations invest in their leaders and give them the resources, processes, and systems needed to help them thrive. The Sales Operating System™ is a crossroads of leadership and process that is dynamic and, when leveraged, provides a competitive advantage.

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The Secret Habits Of Top Performing Salespeople

The difference between an average salesperson and a good one is staggering. According to a recent World-Class Sales Practices study, only slightly more than half of salespeople (53%) are meeting or exceeding their quotas. On the other hand, a high-performing salesperson will consistently hit their goal. Do you know why that is? The secret lies within their habits. Here are the top five habits of a high-performing salesperson.

Get Rid Of Self-Accountability Issues Once And For All

Self-accountability is one of the most valuable skills a leader can master. Leadership accountability sets the foundation for a company's culture, productivity, effectiveness, and overall success. Many leaders, however, acknowledge that they have a lot of room to grow in this area. Here's how you can solve your accountability struggles.

Build A Sales Territory Plan You Can Be Proud Of

Do you feel like your salespeople are just doing a “milk run” with their accounts? They over-serve their favorite accounts, make a quick stop at accounts that could benefit from more attention, and only stop in other accounts when they are "in-town"? Here's how you can build an effective sales territory plan.

How To Focus On Solutions Instead Of Customer Pain Points

One of the best ways to build credibility with your customers is to understand their journey. Identifying and removing customer pain points can be vital in the selling experience. Your customers may not be open about what theirs are, and they may not even know what is truly behind their pain points. When you’re able to identify their issues and tie them to your company's value proposition, your customers will be much more open to buying from you.

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