Thank you to everyone that came out to the Chicago Sales Leadership Community meeting. It was a great opportunity to network, share and learn. The meeting included a panel discussion on “Leading the Multi-Generational Sales Organization”. The panel from the community discussed their insights on leading the multi-generational sales organization. Increasingly, sales leaders have teams that include gens Z, Y (millennials), X, and Boomers.
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 “Tailoring the Customer Experience to Address Decision Making Changes”. The panel from the community shared their unique perspectives on tailoring the customer experience to address changes in decision making.. We look forward to seeing you at the next meeting!
Here’s Why Top Sales Performers Are Leaving Your Sales Organization and More Insights
In This Issue of the SOAR Report:
- Perspective: Here’s Why Top Sales Performers Are Leaving Your Sales Organization
- Upcoming Event: May 4th Atlanta Sales Leadership Community Meeting on Tailoring the Customer Experience to Address Decision Making Changes
- Insight: How to Prevent Your Sales Organization From Making a $250,000 Mistake
- Opportunity: Change Velocity Index: Free Services and Insight Into Your Company’s Leadership Team
This month is critical as you set the foundation for the upcoming sales year. Here are some resources that you will find valuable in these efforts.
The market is getting more and more competitive for top sales performers, which is why your sales organization may be losing top talent to competitors. This could either be helpful to you in ways you haven’t realized, or serve as a symptom of a serious issue within your sales organization.
Find out how to keep your regrettable losses at a minimum:
It goes without being said that one of the most critical decisions you can make is hiring the right staff into your company. The other half of the battle is keeping the right staff. Before we dive in, if you’ve missed the blog post on the cost of a bad hire – go here to learn how to avoid the $250,000 mistake and practices your sales organization should adopt in this process.
There are dozens of blog posts, articles and statistics devoted to the value of bringing in the right talent into your organization. At the Atlanta Sales Leadership Community panel, we learned that the average cost of a bad hire for a company is $250,000. Take that number and multiply it by just four and you are looking at a million dollars’ worth of error.
- What is your sales organization doing to appeal to the right talent and how updated is your sales hiring process?
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