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As a sales leader, your ability to develop and retain your sales reps is important to your company’s bottom line and future success. Employee retention in the sales field continues to be an issue. The average sales professional turnover rate is 35% — a dramatic number compared to the average turnover rate of all industries, which is just 13%.
When your sales reps are building the skills they need to feel prepared and successful in their roles, they are more likely to report job satisfaction and feeling valued by their employer — factors that make them less likely to jump ship. Looking to set your sales team up for this kind of success? >>> READ MORE
Unhealthy Beliefs About Your Prospects and Clients – The Sales Blog
Your results begin in your mind. What you believe impacts the choices you make, positive or negative. If you hold unhealthy beliefs, beliefs that conflict with reality, you will not produce the results you want. In a contest between your beliefs and reality, reality remains undefeated. The following unhealthy beliefs about your prospects and clients will cause you no end of problems. If you want better results than you produce now, you start by changing your beliefs. >>> READ MORE
How to Integrate Lifetime Learning into Your Schedule – Selling Power
To be successful in the future, you must be willing to adapt quickly. The way companies are doing business is rapidly changing. It’s no longer “business as usual.” We not only need to navigate the tsunami of change for our own businesses; we also must lead our clients through the same tsunami.
This means staying informed and up to date on changes within the companies we do business with and those companies that directly affect your industry. If lifetime learning wasn’t one of your core values before, it needs to be now. >>> READ MORE
LinkedIn’s 645 million members have many differences. They work in different industries, in different jobs, and in different countries. LinkedIn members also have different genders, of course.
In their Water Cooler article, LinkedIn explored whether men and women engaged with the same content on the LinkedIn platform. The answer - yes and no. The lesson from the results is simple: know your audience. Salespeople know they should pitch differently to CMOs and CFOs. Should they consider pitching differently to men and women? >> READ MORE
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