Does it make a difference whether or not you adapt your language and communication style to suit the many clients or prospects you.
The skills required to manage a sales team, or multiple sales teams effectively, are very different from the skills used by successful sales.
Pareto prevails… even in sales. We all know the pareto principle that says 80% of the business will come from 20% of our customers.
I’ve lost count of the number of sales leaders that approach me and tell me that they have a problem ’closing sales’, when.
Identifying & generating new business requires a laser focus on the critical skills required to open and develop sales with new and existing customers.
What I mean by this question is: how do they view their role, their prospects, customers or clients, or their sales targets? If.
When we first meet, sales leaders often ask me about the difference between training and coaching… and training vs transformation. Often, once we’ve.
Would their answers give you an insight into their performance and achievement? When I ask this question to sales leaders I typically hear.
More importantly, as a leader, are you comfortable taking your current team with their current level of performance and skills into an increasingly.
Any good executive or manager will know that there is never a ‘one glove fits all’ route to success. Every business is different..