Tag Archives: Gerhard Gschwandtner

4 Powerful Public Speaking Lessons for Sales Leaders

This post is by Sales 2.0 Conference host Gerhard Gschwandtner and appeared originally here on the C-Suite Network blog. Join Gerhard at the next Sales 2.0 Conference in Las Vegas on September 18. Register using code ggv200 for a $200 discount. As a … Continue reading

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How to Measure the Strength of Your Customer Relationships

By Tom Cates In the business-to-business (B2B) world, building great customer relationships is often the fastest and easiest way to meet or beat your sales numbers, as I discussed in my last post on this blog. I call this building “sales … Continue reading

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Making Connections at the Sales 2.0 Conference: A Chat with Tristam Brown

Tristam Brown, CEO of LSA Global, spoke at our October 16 and 17 Sales Performance Management Conference in San Francisco about the importance of aligning talent, culture, and strategy. We caught up with Tris (as he’s called) onsite for this quick interview. … Continue reading

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Get to Know a Sales 2.0 Conference Speaker

Here are a few positive, insightful, and instructive tweets from folks who will be on stage next week at our Sales Performance Management Conference in San Francisco. Not registered yet? Fix that now (quickly — space is limited). On your … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Managing Change in a Sales Organization

If change was a gesture, it would look like something, “totally crazy — out of control,” according to Dave DiStefano, President and CEO of Richardson, a leading global sales training and performance improvement company. As he says in this interview … Continue reading

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Sales Presentations in Three Minutes: Avoid the Data Dump

One way sales presentations quickly go off track is the dreaded data dump. In her book, author and upcoming London Sales 2.0 Conference speaker Terri Sjodin says many reps worry that they’ll never get to all the points they feel … Continue reading

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Initial Thoughts from the Sales 2.0 Conference: Technology versus Productivity

By Jeff Weinberger Today at the Sales 2.0 Conference Andy Zoltners of ZS Associates recalled a colleague who, at the height of the Web 2.0 boom, claimed that we would only need half as many sales reps in the future … Continue reading

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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 2013? Register now to join them during this Selling Power-hosted webinar on Tuesday, February 19. The discussion will be moderated by Matt Heinz … Continue reading

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Insider Notes from the Boston Sales 2.0 Conference Speaker’s Dinner

Last night a lively debate about technology versus training took place at the Sales 2.0 Conference Speaker’s Dinner. Here are some of the trends we noticed during the discussion. Continue reading

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Sowing Seeds for Sales & Marketing Alignment

More and more organizations are starting to realize the potential of inside sales in capturing and engaging customers in effective ways that field reps just can’t match in the world of social media and Web 2.0 commerce. Continue reading

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