In this part of the series on 6 Key Elements to Effective Sales Transformation, we focus on sales and marketing alignment. The end of the year is one of those treasured times that offers the opportunity for genuine reflection and contemplation of what has occurred over the past year and what will occur in the year to come.
Thank you to everyone that came out to the Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting. It was a great opportunity to network, share and learn. The meeting included a panel discussion on “Leading in an Environment with an Accelerating Pace of Change”. The panel from the community shared insights and perspectives on leading in an environment with an accelerating pace of change.
In this part of our series on 6 Key Elements to Effective Sales Transformation, we focus on sales force strategy. Over the past year, I have had the opportunity to speak with hundreds of CEO’s, CMO’s, Business Unit Leaders, Chief Sales Officers, Strategy Leaders and other executives. One of my favorite questions to ask them is: What is your sales force strategy? The reason that I love this question so much is that how a person answers it reveals a tremendous amount about the lens through which they view their business and the world.
Getting Off to a Quick Start with a New Sales Strategy http://bit.ly/2znYhLQ #strategyandplanning
Here’s Why Top #Sales Performers Are Leaving Your Sales Organization http://bit.ly/2Hc3hd7 #b2bsales #salesconsulting #salesleadership #salesorganization #salesperformance #salesperformers