Sales Training

Sales Training is a journey, not a destination.  Training sales people requires communicating techniques and on-going feedback on results in the field.

4 Steps To Market Domination-Achieve Sales Success

Is your team onboard? Do you know what to ask customers? Do you have key processes written down, step by step? Are you staying in touch with all of your past leads, past customers and current clients? Do you feel snowed under with so many other daily tasks that you’ve run out of inspiration for … Continue reading

The Secret To Meeting Your 2019 Sales Goals

Good job! You’ve made it through the first leg of January. You’ve been given sales goals and you are doing all that you can to reach them. You may be starting to feel as if you won’t reach them or you are starting to get behind. You may even find yourself in a slump where … Continue reading

Sharpen Your Sales Force by Using SMART Goals

A young boy dressed as a businessman sits at his desk smiling as there is some good business happening. He sits at his desk with retro computer and phone.

Successful salespeople rarely credit their organizational skills for their accomplishments but instead consider their art of persuasion to be their strongest asset. Yet those same people readily acknowledge that being organized, motivated, and able to multitask will do wonders to boost their closing rates and overall success. Many sales managers have found the SMART goals … Continue reading

4 Excuses Salespeople Give For Not Using a CRM

CRM Excuses

Salespeople CRM Excuses – Salespeople can be finicky, but you don’t want them any other way. After all, they are the divas of your company, setting their own schedules and driven by results instead of sitting at their desk waiting for the whistle at the end of the shift. That being said, you still want … Continue reading

Keep the Conversation Going

Can you hear a pin drop when you stop talking in meetings with customers?  How can you get the customer engaged in a meaningful conversation and keep it going? Watch this short video by Sales and Marketing strategist, Steve Yastrow: Customers are so busy that it’s difficult to get and keep their attention.  Personalizing your … Continue reading

Focus the Conversation on the Customer

Talking about yourself and your products in customer conversations?  Explaining how great your products and services are?  Is it working? If not, watch this short video by Sales and Marketing strategist, Steve Yastrow: Learning about each customer’s unique needs allows salespeople to communicate the value their products and services in the context of exactly how … Continue reading

What’s the Goal of your First Meeting?

You’ve got an appointment!  Now, what’s the goal for the meeting?  Spoiler Alert:  It’s not to close the deal! If you’re monologuing at customers and walking away disappointed, watch this short video by Sales and Marketing strategist, Steve Yastrow: The real goal of the meeting is to build the relationship with the customer. Three things … Continue reading

A Sale is the Result of a Great Conversation

Not closing enough deals?  Maybe you’re talking too much. Watch this short video by Sales and Marketing strategist, Steve Yastrow: It’s not the smooth talk or the dazzling presentation you’ve delivered that get the order.  Sales happen when customers make their own decisions to part with their money and invite you to be one of … Continue reading

Sales Training and CRM Go Hand in Hand for Success

Sales Training ROI grows with CRM

There are plenty of old-school techniques for training your sales team that rely on outdated methods of reaching the customer. In a technologically connected era, sales teams must combine the strengths of in-person sales (if such sales even happen in your industry) with the essential skills of managing client relationships online. Management of businesses need … Continue reading

Salespeople are the Difference Between Sales Managers that Suck and the Superstars

salespeople and sales management

The position of sales manager can be extremely rewarding or absolutely awful. While the truth is, much of your success depends on your team of salespeople, sales managers have more control over their success and failure than most might imagine. When things go well, they have a tendency in the sales arena to go very well. The … Continue reading

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