SOAR Performance Group is pleased to announce that it has ranked on Selling Power’s List of Highly Recommended Sales Consultants for 2019. Charlie Thackston, President, SOAR Performance Group, stated that “this recognition attests to the breadth and depth of solutions our team has provided for our clients to support their strategic growth initiatives.”
Participants will learn about four focus areas for a well-executed strategic account planning process that elevate customer relationships, demonstrate more customer value and deliver better sales results
Atlanta, GA – SOAR Performance Group (SOAR) and Prolifiq are co-hosting a live, complimentary webinar titled “Four Focus Areas Helping Medical Device Companies Drive Better Sales Results” on Tuesday, September 26 from 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM Eastern US Time. The webinar will feature insights from Charlie Thackston, President, SOAR Performance Group and Bill Green, Chief Commercial Officer, Prolifiq.
As hospitals and networks strive to deliver better value and patient outcomes, it’s crucial that medical device companies position themselves as partners (not just vendors). A well-executed strategic account planning process can elevate relationships with customers to drive better sales results.
Panel discussion to explore “How to Attract, Develop and Retain the Right Sales Talent”
Atlanta, GA – The next Atlanta Sales Leadership Community meeting will be Friday, April 21st at the Northcreek Conference Center (3715 Northside Parkway NW, Building 200, Suite 150, Atlanta, GA 30327). The meeting will include networking, breakfast, a panel discussion, and open question and answer time. Hear the expert panel discuss “How to Attract, Develop and Retain the Right Sales Talent” and network with sales leaders from ABB Enterprise Software, Aptean, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Elavon, EY, FIS, Georgia Pacific, IBM, NetSuite, PROS, Ricoh, Sphera Solutions, Siemens, TransUnion, Verint, Verizon and other top companies at this event.
In the past twenty years, the work environment for professional sellers has changed dramatically. Some drivers that have expedited the shift to a more remote and virtual working environment in sales roles (field and inside):
- Advancements in technology that allow work from anywhere.
- A generational shift with the introduction of millennials to the workforce. These millennials have a higher focus on work-life balance and prefer a results-only work environment.
According to the most recent U.S. Census, the number of sales workers who reported working from home increased 45.9% from the level previously recorded.
eBook – 8 Essentials For Scaling Sales Success
Driving the right mindset, practices and behaviors required for your sales organization to deliver predictable, repeatable and meaningful results. Robert Sutton, a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, did some interesting research on how organizations can scale best practices.
A theme arose as a result of several discussions with senior executives at Fortune 500 companies who were working to build a more customer focused organization. Once a new or improved way of doing business was discovered, getting it to spread throughout the organization proved to be very difficult. Sutton called it the Problem of More while the executives often described it as the challenge of “scaling” or “scaling up”.
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