Category Archives: Sales Training

Three Subtle Ways Sellers Benefit from Sales Negotiation Training

By David Bauders Recently, at the Sales 3.0 Conference in Philadelphia, PA, I spoke about the need to use a modern approach to sales negotiation training. (My company, SPA, was a Premier Sponsor.) A personal point of view of mine is … Continue reading

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Four Tips to Help Salespeople Develop Their Selling Skills

By Alice Heiman At the Sales 3.0 Conference, we talk a lot about how technology is impacting the sales profession. One major upheaval is the waning patience B2B buyers have for salespeople who don’t have much to offer beyond basic transactional … Continue reading

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3 Steps to Make Better Sales Hiring and Training Investments

Sales leaders are always under pressure to improve performance. In many organizations, that starts with hiring the right people. However, according to experts at Sales Performance International (SPI), many sales leaders are making hiring decisions based solely on gut instinct. … Continue reading

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The Quest to Make Sales Training More Effective

Traditionally, the way we teach and train salespeople has looked a lot like the way we educate students in the public school system. As experts at CommercialTribe note, the approach is a simple combination of 1) teacher, 2) student, 3) … Continue reading

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Two Things You Should Know about Today’s Buyer

When Dave DiStefano, CEO of Richardson, took the stage in Philadelphia at the Sales 2.0 Conference in March, he pointed out that many companies get off on the wrong foot with customers because they make the sales process all about … Continue reading

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