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Getting sales rep onboarding right – it matters more than ever

A world-class sales team is more important than ever … but building one is more difficult than ever because of the increased complexity of the
 sales environment. An effective onboarding process is part of the answer but historically and presently the onboarding process has not been a priority at the leadership level and, adding to the mix, the folks being hired and promoted are bringing a new and very different set of expectations and preferences. Continue reading

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New sales reps and the credibility challenge

How can a new sales person gain credibility? When we pose this question to sales reps and sales managers, the responses we hear share a common underlying message – get on the customer’s side of the table. But all isn’t lost on the credibility front: there are two sources of credibility – personal credibility and company credibility. Continue reading

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On-boarding sales people – it’s not your father’s Oldsmobile

How sales people are on-boarded is a significant factor for building sales success. Unfortunately, it is historically one of the most underemphasized aspects of sales performance development. Great on-boarding programs for sales people are still the exception. Continue reading

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