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by Liz Stone July 31, 2017

4 Summer Sales Training "Quick Wins"

What better time to train your team than a slower summer? Whether you manage an inside, outside, or hybrid team, chances are that sales activities have reduced in early Q3. Take this opportunity to do some hands-on training with your sales team.

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by Liz Stone June 26, 2017

11 Ways to Enable Your Sales Team to Succeed

Sales enablement is the process, practices, technologies and tools that improves the productivity and performance of the sales organization and sales team. Examples of sales enablement include playbooks, processes, collateral, CRM system, success metrics, and sales portals.

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by Liz Stone June 9, 2017

Your Guide to Hiring an Amazing Sales Manager

A sales manager is a critical hire to any selling organization. At Sales Result, we encounter sales managers all the time, and it’s rare we meet one that isn’t in need of leadership coaching or additional tools and training to guide their team.  

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by Liz Stone May 8, 2017

Successful Sales Onboarding: 5 Topics to Include in Your New Hire Plan

The first 90 days of a new hire’s time at your company is largely tied to their overall success as an employee and productive salesperson. Successful onboarding leads to reduced turnover, increased ramp-up time, and less stress all around. New hires that are onboarded properly generally have higher success potential then their untrained counterparts.

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by Liz Stone February 10, 2017

Increase Win Rates: 6 Steps for An Effective Win/Loss Program

Studying wins and losses is a valuable sales and marketing activity that is often overlooked in sales organizations. The best way to improve your win rates, up to 50% according to Gartner, is to align your strategies with your prospect’s buying process, needs, and goals. This can be done through a post-sale interview with the new client or lost prospect, often called a Win/Loss Interview, Report or Analysis.

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by Liz Stone January 11, 2017

Rules for a Winning Sales Presentation [+ Free Template]

As sales consultants and salespeople ourselves, we are strong believers in the value that a sales presentation can provide here at SRi. In fact before providing our own proposals, we give an Executive Presentation to our prospects, either in-person or on a call via some slide-sharing medium like Go-to-Meeting. 

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by Liz Stone November 10, 2016

Crush Your Sales Kick-Off Meeting: 7 Event-Planner Approved Tips

For VPs of Sales, planning a successful sales kick-off meeting falls under your umbrella of responsibilities. Whether you’re planning the expected annual meeting or considering adding this type of event to your 2017 calendar, here are seven top tips from SRi's Marketing Director (and Event Coordinator in a past life), to ensure your most important meeting of the year leaves your sales team feeling trained, prepped, and motivated for the next 12 months.  

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by Liz Stone October 17, 2016

Key Differences Between SMB and Enterprise Sales Reps

Enterprises and SMBs are very different beasts and in order to sell to them effectively, your sales reps need to have certain skills. While there are key characteristics that all top-performing reps have in common, there are specific qualities that a sales rep selling to Enterprise versus a Small or Medium-Sized Business must possess in order to be successful with repeatable results.

This blog explores characteristics needed for Enterprise and SMB reps, as well as some main differentiators between these two types of businesses.

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by Liz Stone September 16, 2016

It's Time to Evaluate Your Sales Process

When was the last time you evaluated your sales process? Or, have you ever fully defined your sales process? The likelihood is that your sales process is due for check-up. 

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by Liz Stone August 12, 2016

Start Assessing Your Sales Org with a Free Worksheet

When was the last time you audited your sales organization? As a sales leader, you must regularly monitor your sales organization in order to determine areas of strength and weakness, identify hidden revenue blockers, understand industry standing, and forecast accurately.

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