How sales managers communicate and interact with their teams is crucial to building a winning culture, and keeping the sales team motivated. This is especially important as we work through the Covid-19 pandemic since teams are facing numerous personal and professional challenges. These challenges include working remotely, stalled opportunities, and learning to sell virtually.
The short answer is "it depends." In this video, we share four proven management actions you can take to improve performance. Watch now to learn step by step how to solve performance issues or avoid wasting time with someone who's just not a good fit.
Being your reps' chief problem solver is terrible for sales performance. Here's a technique you can use to train your team to solve their own problems.
One of the most significant impediments to sales growth is hiring the right sales manager. Unfortunately, companies struggle with identifying the right people to manage and lead their sales teams. For companies with exceptionally high growth rates, the challenge is even more pronounced. Sales headcount growth drives the need to hire even more frontline managers.
If you’ve ever run a sales meeting, you probably know that most salespeople aren’t thrilled to attend. Good sales reps prefer to spend their time selling, not sitting in a conference room. After all, they can’t make quota daydreaming their way through a boring meeting.