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Weekly Roundup: Essential Roles on a Modern Sales Team + More

essential roles on a modern sales team

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"ALL THINGS BEING EQUAL, PEOPLE WILL DO BUSINESS WITH, AND REFER BUSINESS TO, THOSE PEOPLE THEY KNOW, LIKE, AND TRUST."

-BOB BURG

 

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Essential Roles on a Modern Sales Team — LinkedIn

Great teams are not defined by simply having the best players. They are defined by depth, balance, and cohesion. Whether in business, sports, music, or otherwise, the highest-performing teams tend to include a diverse range of skills. Together, the team becomes a well-rounded whole greater than the sum of its parts.

This is especially true In the complex world of modern selling. It would be tough to find any single sales pro who embodies every element of an ideal skill set for the job today. But with the right skills represented in your team, you can work toward a well-rounded squad that checks every box.
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The Top 10 Priorities for Sales Leaders in 2020 (and How to Achieve Them) [Infographic] — Hubspot

As we creep closer to the end of the year, it’s natural for sales leaders to reflect on what worked, what didn’t, and to map out their priorities for the year ahead. But what are the matters that are most important to them?

The RAIN Group Center for Sales Research asked 423 sales, enablement, and company leaders to find out. >>> READ MORE 

How to Make Your Client Say “That’s a Great Question” — The Sales Blog

There isn’t much better than asking your dream client a question to which they answer, “That’s a great question.” You may have had clients say those very words to you, but you may not know what made it a good question—or how you might achieve that outcome in the future. When you understand the meaning of “that’s a great question,” you can repeat it. >>> READ MORE

Building Client Relationship: 3 Smart Ways to Avoid Losing Your Largest Accounts — Sales Hacker

Do you really understand what your largest clients want? Do you understand their deepest desires? Are you delivering what they want? Do you even know what that is? Can you honestly answer these questions? Gut check time, isn’t it?

I would like for you to think about your largest client. Got it? Think about how much they mean to you and your company. What would it mean to you and your company if you lost your largest client?.
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