Category: Advice for Sales Managers

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by Megan Seamans April 19, 2019

Coaching Versus Feedback: A Guide For Sales Managers

Feedback and coaching are being treated as equals. This is far from the truth! Coaching and feedback are very different and need to be treated as such. Here are four specific areas where coaching and feedback should stand on their own as different teaching techniques.

by Megan Seamans April 12, 2019

SDR Onboarding Best Practices

Onboarding practices need to change if organizations wish to keep up with their competition. The earlier a new SDR is ramped, the faster they can begin making meaningful contributions to the team. To help get you (and your new hires) up to speed, we’ve gathered five tips to create an efficient and effective onboarding plan.

by Megan Seamans April 5, 2019

5 Ways to Automate Your Sales Process Using LevelEleven

But it goes deeper than increased revenue. Utilizing a performance management system such as LevelEleven also saves managers and team member's time. In a study of sales teams done by Business Wire, 88 percent of respondents said they could benefit from tools that helped them save time. It’s no secret that sales teams have a lot on their plates, automating processes eliminates time-consuming tasks and allows team members to use their working hours more efficiently.

by Megan Seamans March 15, 2019

5 Questions to Help Identify Your Prospect’s Pain Points

The Discovery Call is the first call after connecting with a prospect - some say it’s the most important step in the modern sales process. Unsure of how to start? We’re gathered five questions to help find prospect pain points and start the sales process off strong.

by Megan Seamans February 28, 2019

The Modern Manager’s Guide to a Productive Coaching Session

Saying you don't have time for sales coaching is like saying that your sales team is perfect. Follow these 5 steps to lead an effective, modern coaching session that benefits you, your team, and the organization.

by Megan Seamans January 30, 2019

The Difference Between Engagement & Productivity – Why You Need Both

Productivity is an important measure in any organization and shouldn’t be ignored. What tends to be forgotten is the importance of employee engagement to increase overall productivity. It is just as important that your employees are engaged and passionate about what they are doing as they are productive, or else their productivity will eventually dissipate.