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Categories: Sales Execution  |  Sales Messaging  |  Sales Planning  |  Sales Transformation  |  Talent Management

How to Build a High-Performing Sales Organization

High-performing sales organizations don’t get there by chance. It is a predictable and calculated path to growth. The best sales teams have the necessary foundation in place so reps and managers are able to (1) spend time on high-value revenue activities and 2) (effectively execute with buyers. There is a sales motion in every organization that drives rep productivity and ultimately revenue growth. 

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Categories: Sales Planning

Drive Consistency in Your Sales Planning Process

Repeatability and consistency drive effective sales planning. Sales organizations that provide their managers with critical line-of-site are able to create efficiencies in forecasting, account and territory planning and opportunity reviews. A salesperson’s time is valuable.

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Categories: Sales Planning

How Sales Managers Drive Rep Success

New research published in Harvard Business Review adds further significance to the role managers play in the success of your sales reps and your overall sales organization.

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Categories: Sales Execution  |  Sales Planning

Dig Deep For Effective Sales Opportunity Reviews

Opportunity reviews can make the difference between a sales team that delivers on an accurate forecast and one that doesn’t come close. I believe the key to a successful opportunity review depends on sales leadership doing two things right:  (1) encouraging their reps to dig deep and (2) ensuring that the reps have the tools they need to execute on their action plans.   Think about the traditional format that opportunity review conversations usually take. Ask your sales people about their perspective and you’ll get some surprising answers. I often hear sales people talk about the average deal review like this, “My average deal review is a 30-second conversation in the middle of a forecast review when my manager asks me if the deal is still on track.”

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Categories: Sales Planning

What Hampton Inn Can Teach You About Sales Planning

Let’s be honest. It can be a lonely world as a sales leader, especially when it comes time to hold the forecast meeting. You often feel like you’re the only one who cares. You’re the only one who’s holding feet to the fire when it comes to making the number. You’re in the thick of the fourth quarter, and you’re likely scrambling with your own sellers trying to pull out the big wins, or even any piece of business to make your number.

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How to Drive Pipeline and Improve Your Territory Planning Process

As a sales leader, your ability to coach your team on how to leverage potential opportunities within their territories can drive the organizational growth needed to drive revenue in your sales organization. Your sales planning discipline around territory planning and management processes should include the ability to:

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