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What Type of Session Is Right For You?

Engage in too much ‘unpaid consulting’
Proposals are shopped around
Hear too many “think it overs”
Not enough proactive prospecting/new business
Sales cycles are too long
Closing percentages are too small
Discounting to win business
Can't reach decision makers
Inconsistent quota-achievement
Unproductive sales meetings / no accountability
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Is the same old sales approach getting you the same old results?

Seven Steps to Ignite Sales Growth

Why Have a Selling System?

There is a fundamental disconnect between traditional selling and how it is received by your prospects.

The truth is that traditional selling tactics delay or doom sales opportunities. Why not re-engineer your selling process to capitalize on today's buying patterns? Now is the time to turn your sales performance around!

Systems work in manufacturing, engineering, technology and many other professions and industries. Guess what...they work in sales, too.

 

BE A SALES LEADER

Strategic Management: Performance Evaluations to Boost Productivity & Morale

Friday, December 14

8 - 11AM

Performance evaluations can be the most painful aspect of your role, but it doesn’t have to be. In this session, we’ll look beyond the typical performance review and examine a new way that realigns individual and company goals, motivates team members to step up and creates a win win for all parties. 

You Will Learn How To:

  • Embed learning opportunities in every conversation so employees are constantly raising the bar.

  • Measure performance regularly instead of the typical “one and done” model.

  • Document specific areas for improvement and facilitate ongoing, corrective efforts.

  • Uncover your role in each team member’s success or failure.