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Research • Coaching, Sales Training

Research Brief: Salesperson Learning Preferences

April 10, 2017

  This research investigates the range of training and development practices utilized by sales organizations. These practices are rapidly evolving in response to emerging technology and the quickening pace of change in sales job content and learning objectives. This study illuminates whi

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Webcast • Coaching, Sales Training

Research Update: Salesperson Learning Preferences

April 06, 2017

  Join us for a first look at a recently concluded research on how salespeople prefer to learn, and the effectiveness of various learning delivery approaches. This webcast examines training modalities such as in-the-field coaching, online courses, and classroom instruction, as well as mo

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Webcast • Coaching, Recruiting & Selection, First Line Sales Management

Research Update: Salesperson Retention and Turnover

April 03, 2017

  Sales positions are notoriously tricky to recruit for, and high performing salespeople challenging to retain. Join us for a first look at recently concluded research as we investigate sales force practices in hiring, onboarding, and retaining key performers. It identifies root causes o

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Research • Coaching, Recruiting & Selection, First Line Sales Management

Research Brief: Salesperson Retention and Turnover

March 31, 2017

  This research investigates sales force practices in hiring, onboarding, and retaining key performers. It identifies root causes of salesperson churn, methods used by organizations to retain salespeople, and the impact of these strategies on sales force and firm results.

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Research • Coaching, Selling Effectiveness

Research Brief: Salesperson Development Priorities

March 29, 2017

  Two questions underlie every firm’s efforts to build a successful sales force: “What qualities make salespeople successful?” and “How do we develop these qualities?” This research identifies how organizations answer these two fundamental questions. Most im

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Webcast

Webcast • Coaching, Selling Effectiveness

Research Update: Salesperson Development Priorities

March 24, 2017

  Join us for a first look at recently concluded research on how firms develop salespeople, the value sales leaders place on specific salesperson characteristics, and how well actual sales training and development activities align with those values. The research defines how companies ans

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Webcast • Sales Process Management, Coaching, Leadership Development, First Line Sales Management

Optimizing Sales Management Processes

March 23, 2017

Process discipline characterizes the approach many productive sales organization take to managing selling activity, but those same firms often neglect to treat sales manager activities with the same rigor. This webcast makes the case for establishing sales management process, while detailing h

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Webcast • Coaching, Sales Technology, Sales Operations, Selling Effectiveness, Sales Training, Sales Enablement, Mobility

Harnessing Mobile Video to Certify Learning Outcomes

March 14, 2017

Sales organizations invest mightily in salesperson training. But these investments are often ineffective, in large part because desired outcomes are not observed, validated, and certified. This webcast explains how mobile video can address these challenges, transforming conventional training a

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Research • Coaching, Selling Effectiveness, Sales Training

Research Brief: Investments in Salesperson Skill Development

January 25, 2017

  Sales forces are change-intensive organizations. With each new shift in market demand or buyer preference, sales organizations may change sales messaging, sales performance expectations, or job descriptions; in some cases, firms may even recast fundamental assumptions of how their sale

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Webcast • Coaching, Leadership Development, Sales Operations

From Boss to Coach: Turning Great Sales Managers into Great Coaches

October 19, 2016

  Success in sales isn’t based solely on following a set of mechanical, process-driven rules. It begins within the head and heart of the salesperson. Unfortunately, few managers are well equipped to understand a salesperson’s internal drivers/barriers, much less have a meanin

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