Please join the Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting on October 4th. The topic for the meeting will be “Motivating Sales Professionals to Achieve Maximum Team and Individual Sales Results”. Our panel of experts from the community will share insights and perspectives on how their companies are motivating their sales professionals to achieve results. You will leave the meeting with ideas, approaches, and actions to help sales people ascend to new heights of sales performance. Hosts for the meeting include Georgia State University and SOAR Performance Group.
Please join the Chicago Sales Leadership Community meeting on September 20th. The topic for the meeting will be “Motivating Sales Professionals to Achieve Maximum Team and Individual Sales Results”. Our panel of experts from the community will share insights and perspectives on how their companies are motivating their sales professionals to achieve results. You will leave the meeting with ideas, approaches, and actions to help sales people ascend to new heights of sales performance. Hosts for the meeting include DePaul University’s Center for Sales Leadership and SOAR Performance Group.
Panel of sales leaders to provide insights on achieving results through a sales organization that includes multiple generations (from boomers up to millennials); Meeting is open to practitioner sales leaders and invited guests
Chicago, IL – The next Chicago Sales Leadership Community meeting will be Thursday, May 10th at DePaul University’s Center for Sales Leadership. The meeting will include networking, a panel discussion, and open question and answer time. Increasingly, sales leaders have teams that include boomers plus gens X, Y (millennials), and now even Z. During the panel discussion, panelists will talk about approaches they are leading within their companies to achieve maximum sales results from their multi-generational sales force.
Welcome back to ‘Actions the Best Sales Leaders are Executing Now for Next Year’. In Part 1, we covered insights for getting off to a quick start in the new year and creating focus on next year’s sales strategy. As discussed in Part 1, communication played a big role in helping to create focus around the strategy. In Part 2, communication is just as vital as we focus on cascading the sales strategy through the organization and connecting that sales strategy to compensation.
With a new year comes new inspiration, new challenges and new trends. For the sales leader, the new year also signals a new quota, the resetting of results to zero and the new sales strategy in place to achieve the numbers. We understand the challenges faced by sales leaders in adopting and executing a new sales strategy and provide this playbook for accelerating strategy to execution to results.
Two years ago, we released a 6 part blog series aimed at answering the following question: “How can sales leaders drive successful execution of new sales strategies in the new year?” Reading back over the series, although “dated” by two years, the steps are still extremely relevant and effective; a sort of Back to the Future if you will.
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