Sales Management Advice from Two Sales 2.0 Speakers

Want to hear upcoming Sales 2.0 Conference speakers Jeffrey Hayzlett and Gerhard Gschwandtner discuss sales management trends and strategies for 2013Register now to join them during this Selling Power-hosted webinar on Tuesday, February 19. The discussion will be moderated by Matt Heinz (who will also be speaking at our April event). Here are more details:

During this webinar you will hear from two of the sales industry’s most experienced thought leaders. Gerhard and Jeffrey will weigh in on the critical trends and strategies that will impact your ability to lead your team to success in 2013. This webinar will be highly interactive. Topics discussed will include:

  • the biggest obstacles sales managers face and how to address them,
  • how shifting buyer behavior has affected sales rep performance,
  • the impact of social networks on the buyer/seller relationship,
  • sales management trends you should embrace, and which ones you should ignore

Matt Heinz, President, Heinz Marketing

Gerhard Gschwandtner, Founder & CEO, Selling Power
Jeffrey Hayzlett, Best-Selling Author, Global Business Celebrity & Sometime Cowboy, The Hayzlett Group

Gschwandtner is regular host of the Sales 2.0 Conference, and Hayzlett has spoken at more than a few of our events in the past. They’re both dynamic speakers and always receive high marks in our exit surveys. Check them out in this Selling Power TV interview, where they discuss Hayzlett’s approach to leadership during his time as CMO at Kodak.

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