Sales training can be boring — but sales training games can spice up a personal-development day and save everyone from another interminable PowerPoint deck.
Now that you’re heading into Q3 and Q4, you’re probably looking for ways to reignite your sales strategy and motivate bo ...Read More
If your sales team hasn’t been performing at its full potential, you may want to consider evaluating your sales culture. Sales culture refers to the overall attitude and “vibe” that your sales team is projecting, and it characterizes not only the way your teammates work with one ...Read More
Now that everything in the world feels very quiet, many professionals and business owners are spending more time with their thoughts and investing in personal development. If you currently have more time on your hands than usual, you should be using that time to assess your curre ...Read More
If you’re like most business owners or leaders, you’re concerned about how your sales pipeline can survive a global lockdown.
You’ve seen how your business is being affected by the coronavirus outbreak in both direct and indirect ways, and you’re probably worried about the fut ...Read More
If you’re not used to hosting virtual sales meetings, you may feel uncomfortable in front of a webcam, which doesn’t allow you the opportunity to shake a person’s hand. Have many of your sales meetings, sales stand-ups, and presentations moved from in-person to online due to the ...Read More
In 2014, Marie Kondo published her best-selling book “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” in the United States, and people started rethinking their buying habits and organizing methods. More and more, people are embracing the philosophy of minimalism, which involves embracing ...Read More
Do you typically work in an office space? Even if you have a cubicle, desk, or office in a space outside of your home, circumstances have opened up remote work for many. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing, though. According to the results of a survey by FlexJobs, "65% of respond ...Read More