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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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Webcast • Coaching, Selling Effectiveness, Sales Training

Research Update: Investment in Salesperson Skill Development

October 13, 2016

  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 and job descriptions; in some cases, firms may even recast fundamental assumptions of how their sale

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Webcast • Strategy & Planning, Sales Process Management, Coaching

Building the Sales Force’s Digital Playbook

September 29, 2016

  With a digital sales playbook, salespeople can easily find the right messaging and content, in context, right when they need it. In this session we provided a framework on how to take your existing sales messaging and content, link it to each sales process stage, and ensure its effecti

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Webcast • Coaching, Sales Operations, Channel Management, Sales Performance Management

Enabling Channel Sales

September 22, 2016

Channel partners are difficult to reach, and competition for channel mindshare intense. Reaching channel sellers with messaging, training, and marketing collateral is essential to enabling a productive channel. In this webcast, we reviewed key elements of effective channel enablement str

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Webcast • Strategy & Planning, Coaching, Leadership Development

The Art and Science of Proposal Content Management

June 29, 2016

  In any given year, a proposal manager can be responsible for impacting tens to hundreds of millions in business via sales proposals. But what makes a good proposal? What does great look like?  RFP responses and unsolicited sales proposals are critical elements in driving business,

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Webcast • Coaching, Analytics

Coaching Hacks for High Velocity Sales Organizations

March 14, 2016

  Salespeople often say they'd like more coaching from leadership. But faced with so many other priorities, sales management often puts coaching on the back burner – with costly ramifications. Inadequate coaching diminishes firm performance, salesperson job satisfaction, and sa

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Webcast • Coaching

Expert Panel: Enabling Better Sales Coaching

February 12, 2016

Coaching salespeople improves their performance, and drives improved firm sales growth. Few managers would contest this assertion, and research, including our own, shows that firms investing in sales coaching outperform their peers. Nevertheless, coaching is inconsistently practiced, poorly de

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Research • Coaching

Research Brief: Supporting Sales Coaching

December 04, 2015

Our latest research on sales coaching

  Although sales coaching’s importance and impact is widely acknowledged, coaching initiatives remain poorly supported in most sales organizations. Time and resource intensive, management’s coaching focus is too easily diminished by competing priorities, inconsistent practice

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