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Motivating sales reps – the power of autonomy and recognition

For sales reps, selling is an up and down business. When engaged in major sales, the “Motivation Hit” that occurs from closing deals comes a lot less frequently then in transactional sales. So what can you do in the interim to help keep up the motivation level – provide sales reps the autonomy they appreciate and the personalize rewards and recognition for the small successes they achieve every day. Continue reading

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Motivating salespeople – lessons from West Point

Motivating salespeople – there are many lessons to learn from West Point cadets. Continue reading

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Motivating sales reps – what’s the role of money?

Motivating sales reps. While there are a lot of different opinions because motivating a sales team is not only an important challenge; it is also one that is extremely complex. The best answer for what works is – “it all depends.” It depends on factors such as: business environment, type of sale, and the individual being motivated. This blog addresses the question: What is the role of money in motivating better sales performance? Continue reading

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