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Categories: B2B Buyer  |  Competitors  |  Industry Insight  |  sales challenges

Understanding Why Sales Organizations Win: Q&A With Sales Researcher

Melissa Short is the VP of Reporting Services at Primary Intelligence. Primary Intelligence is a global leader in Win Loss and Customer Experience Analysis. Both solutions provide analytical insights that help companies win more and identify the root causes that lead to lost revenue and customer churn. In advance of her webinar with Brian Walsh, Force's content team asked Melissa to share some perspective on her research and the companies with which she works.

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Categories: Sales Kickoff

Our Best Sales Kickoff Resources

It is never too early to start thinking about your sales kickoff. Having a specific plan to align the event with the overall company growth goals and objectives for the year is critical to not only the event's success, but will help drive results after the kickoff. The best sales leaders in the world understand these events are about more than just the sales team. Used strategically, they can align the overall company on what's most important - the customer. That's why we've been writing a lot about the sales kickoff these past few weeks. The more your event is aligned with company-level objectives, the more it will set your salespeople up for success in the next four quarters.

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Categories: Competitors  |  Differentiation  |  Sales Discovery Process

The Missing Link Between Your Differentiation and Your Buyers

There are a lot of organizations out there that tout what makes them different from the competition. However, at times, that differentiation is simply talk and no action. What's on the PowerPoint slides fails to translate to the real-life customer experience. You can't just proclaim differentiation as an organization. You need to be able to justify it and demonstrate you really do what you say you do. That's step one. Step two is another area where many organizations fall short. It involves equipping your reps with the ability to articulate differentiation in a way that has meaning to the buyer.

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Categories: Sales Kickoff

Ideas for Planning a Sales Kickoff That Will Stick With Your Team

Many companies spend significant time and resources planning and executing their sales kickoff. If done right, the effort can be well worth it in the long run. Positive results can accumulate in the coming quarters and years down the line. In our webinar, "Your Next SKO: Stop the Insanity," we received several questions about planning a sales kickoff that will stick with your team. You can't underestimate the importance effective planning has on achieving these results.

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Categories: Sales Messaging  |  Sales and Marketing

How we Describe Command of the Message® to Sales and Marketing Leaders

It's a topic we get asked about frequently. Is Command of the Message a marketing initiative? Or, why is Command of the Message a sales initiative and not a marketing one? Indeed, the name may leave some confused, but once you understand Force Management's point-of-view, it begins to make sense for sales and marketing leaders, particularly those who are looking to create a better buyer and customer experience.

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Categories: Company Alignment  |  Sales Kickoff

Your SKO Agenda: Planning an Event that Aligns with Your Company Business Strategy

One of the keys to a successful sales kickoff is to execute it in a way that aligns with your organization's overall business strategy. From there, your SKO agenda should be prioritized by the objectives and the outcomes you want the event to drive as it relates to that strategy.

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