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KPIs Keep Tabs of The Performance Of Your Sales Team
Sales Management

7 KPIs To Keep Tabs On The Performance Of Your Sales Team [Guest Post]

The importance of an efficient sales team should be evident whether the company deals in distribution or wholesale. This is because the sales team is what links the products to the customers. The clients could be separate individuals or whole other companies. Whatever the case, their purchases are directly related to the sales team performance. Hence, any company worthy of flourishing should carefully measure their sales team’s performance using KPIs and metrics. The following are some useful key sales metrics one could use to gauge where their sales team needs improvement. This could help a business expand better and smoothen
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Ways to Become an Effective Sales Manager
Sales Management

5 Ways to Become an Effective Sales Manager Today

Succeeding as a sales manager is no easy task. Not only do you have your own duties to handle, you also have an entire sales team to keep track of. With the success of your sales team largely depending on you, it can easily become overwhelming. Yet, there are some sales managers that somehow make managing a sales team look like a seamless part of their day-to-day routines. So how do they do it? They have mastered the art of becoming effective sales managers. How to Become an Effective Sales Manager 1. Interview Salespeople Properly The success of your sales
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How to Deal With Negative Salespeople
Sales Strategies

5 Types of Difficult Salespeople and How To Deal With Them [Guest Post]

Every sales organization is bound to have a few team members that can only be described as difficult. While everyone on the team may have their own unique personality and attitude, it may take a lot of adjustment and patience to deal with certain people on any given day. As a sales manager, it’s important to know that just because one of your top sales representatives is consistently closing business doesn’t mean that they are untouchable. This person has to be a good employee, with a great attitude and loyalty to the organization. Some managers would rather turn a blind
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Improve Your Sales Team Productivity
Sales Management

Productivity Hacks for Your Sales Team [Guest Post]

All of us experience it at some point or the other – that hour in the day where you are sitting at your desk and have lost all focus. You pick up your phone and check social media, reply to some text messages and surf your favorite websites. You have a long list of tasks to get done but you just can’t focus on them. There are different reasons for productivity to suffer, from being distracted due to issues at home, to not feeling fit enough to work. We have jotted down a few hacks for you to improve your productivity,
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Administer the DriveTest Sales Assessment Today
Sales Assessments

How to Choose the Best Sales Assessment for Your Company

Finding the Best Sales Assessment for Your Team You are looking at your sales stats for the past quarter, and are realizing that things did not go as well as you had hoped. After spending some time reviewing what could possibly have led to these lackluster sales, you have finally come to determine that the basis of your sales problems is your sales team. But you thought these salespeople would be fabulous? They performed so well in their interviews and you felt very strongly that they would give your company the boost you were looking for to take things to
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Sales Management

The Magic in Managing a Multigenerational Sales Team [Guest Post]

Many Sales Managers describe themselves as leaders, motivators, coaches, mentors, perhaps even friends of the people whom they manage. At the end of the day, the job is straightforward: focus time and attention on optimizing the performance of each member of the team. Managing sales people can be difficult. If a “team” is a group of individuals aligned for a common goal, why does the concept seem to break down in the context of sales? Why does it feel like sales professionals so often operate autonomously, more focused on their own performance instead of the overall performance of the team?
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