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Atlanta Sales Leadership Community to Explore the Sales Leader View of Sales Enablement on October 5th
Sales leaders to talk about sales enablement within their companies, the impact of sales enablement on sales performance, and how sales enablement supports their customer-centric approaches; Meeting is open to practitioner sales leaders and invited guests

Atlanta Sales Leadership Community to Explore the Sales Leader View of Sales Enablement on October 5thAtlanta, GA – The Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting will be Friday, October 5th at Georgia State University. The meeting will include networking, breakfast, a panel discussion, and open question and answer time. Sales enablement is a popular term that has different meanings in different organizations. Sales enablement is about providing the resources to empower each sales professional to generate the highest volume of sales possible. Resources typically include education, sales support, tools, and coaching. The sales enablement resources will increase the potential for connecting with the right prospects and gaining new business. The sales enablement resources will aid in broadening the range of goods or services purchased by existing customers. Please join the Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting on October 5th as executive sales leaders from the community share insights and perspectives on sales enablement. During the discussion, the sales leaders will talk about sales enablement within their companies, the impact of sales enablement on sales performance, and how sales enablement supports their customer-centric approaches. You will leave the meeting with approaches you can use to sell more and deliver more customer value.

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Chicago Sales Leadership Community to Share Insights on Today’s Multi-Generational Sales Force on May 10th
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 Sales Leadership Community to Share Insights on Today’s Multi-Generational Sales Force on May 10thChicago, 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.

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Executive Perspective of Sales Enablement at Chicago Sales Leadership Community Meeting on March 2nd
Panel of sales executives to provide view on sales enablement and the impact on sales performance; Meeting is open to practitioner sales leaders and invited guests

Chicago, IL – The next Chicago Sales Leadership Community meeting will be Friday, March 2nd at DePaul University’s Center for Sales Leadership. The meeting will include networking, breakfast, a panel discussion, and open question and answer time. The panel discussion will include sales leaders providing insight and perspective on sales enablement. During the discussion, the panel will talk about sales enablement within their companies, the impact of sales enablement on sales performance, and how sales enablement supports their customer-centric approaches.

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Atlanta Sales Leadership Community to Discuss Leading the Multi-Generational Sales Organization on February 2, 2018
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

Atlanta, GA – The next Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting will be Friday, February 2nd at Georgia State University. The meeting will include networking, breakfast, a panel discussion, and open question and answer time. The panel will include sales leaders discussing perspectives and tips on leading a multi-generational sales organization that now spans from boomers to millennials.

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