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Innovate Sales Training: COVID-19 and Beyond

Are you concerned about the evolving COVID-19 outbreak will impact your business, sales, and in-person training initiatives? 

In this complimentary webinar, Ray Makela, CEO at the Sales Readiness Group, and Sam Herring, GM and VP at Intrepid discuss training options and best practices to help sales leaders supplement their in-person sales performance initiatives with effective digital options.

Watch now to learn:

The challenges and opportunities for sales training amid COVID-19
How to identify the right virtual learning modality for your situation
What’s the best way to migrate classroom training to impactful digital formats
How to avoid losing the social context of learning
The opportunity to move beyond simple content delivery

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Ray Makela

Ray Makela is an author, speaker, and business executive with 25 years of management, consulting, and sales experience. At Sales Readiness Group (SRG), Ray oversees all client engagements and the delivery of sales and sales management training programs. He has delivered programs for clients such as Alcon/Novartis, AIG, Sysco, Nielsen, Timken, Follett, Pandora, Ritchie Bros, HERE, Infor, Galderma, and Walmart.

sam herring


Sam Herring

Sam has been a leader in the corporate learning industry for over 20 years. He is past CEO of a learning consulting business, as well as Intrepid Learning, the collaborative learning technology business acquired by VitalSource in 2017. Under his leadership, the Intrepid business has won over 65 industry awards and attracted industry-leading customers and partners such as Microsoft, Mayo Clinic, Cargill, Deloitte, INSEAD, Stanford, and ATD.

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