In sales, the common misconception is that by saying the right thing you’ll win the deal. But what we started to realize after introducing Question-Based Selling (QBS) to our sales organization is that it’s impossible to know what to say without understanding the person and/or organization we were selling to.
There is plenty written about effectively managing and helping grow a sales team. But, according to David Somers, Director of Sales and Customer Enablement at GitLab, there is a missing element in most discussions surrounding professional development: connecting that future-focused discipline with training and enablement.
Throughout the webinar, Aaron and Collin discuss what needs to happen industry-wide to get things back on track, and to change the industry in 2020 to bring the SMB Outbound SDR model back to life.
A company’s most valuable asset is its people. It’s something we all inherently know, but we pay lip service to it more than we actually take action on it. One of the best ways to stay ahead of the turnover trends stirring worldwide is to offer incentives to your team – and these incentives don’t always have to be a higher commission.
An outsider’s perspective on how to build a great training program for your sales team with Kyle Van Pelt
Training is a funny thing in many organizations: it’s meant to be a critical piece of every new employee’s experience, and a direct reflection for how a company expects to run. But, often, training feels like a separate experience, a time divorced, somehow, for real work.
Getting together for coffee: it’s a request that comes to entrepreneurs and salespeople all the time. And it’s enticing – you never know what will come from a chat with a new connection. Fabien talks about turning those coffee meetings into pipeline.