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by James Gardikas February 22, 2018

5 Potential Sales Pitfalls and How LevelEleven Solves Them

Motivate What Matters – that’s not just our tagline at LevelEleven, it’s what we live by every day. We know that sometimes motivation is just as much about the when as much as it is the what, as specific situations can call for different approaches. Luckily, the LevelEleven team works with hundreds of sales teams

by Julie Dunn October 13, 2017

How Applied Systems Uses Scorecard to Manage their Sales Metrics

As a Customer Success Manager at LevelEleven, I have the privilege of working with sales leaders from high-performing sales teams across the country. As the VP of Inside Sales and Sales Administration at Applied Systems, Jim Pattermann is one of these sales leaders. Recently, Jim was kind enough to share how Applied Systems uses Scorecard

by Julie Dunn September 19, 2017

5 Stages of Sales Management [SlideShare]

Sales Management is Not Easy Anytime someone is new to sales management, there is an adjustment period to figure out how to be effective. When that transition is from being a direct seller to a manager, that adjustment can be even more jarring. We all know the typical story with sales managers – they were

by David Leinweber September 15, 2017

3 Reasons You Need a Sales Scorecard

Tracking sales activities in a spreadsheet has become commonplace. Often referred to as a sales scorecard, this tool allows sales leaders to better manage the cascading chain of controllable activities that lead to sales. This is the first step towards a modern sales management system. As “Cracking the Sales Management Code” authors Jason Jordan and

by Ari Zucker August 2, 2017

5 Hallmarks of High-Impact Sales Management

Frontline managers are the single most important member of any sales organization. At least according to the 2017 Sales Management Research Report published by the Sales Readiness Group and SellingPower. This report identifies “5 Hallmarks of High-Impact Sales Organizations” by comparing high-impact organizations against average-to-low performing organizations. 1. Spend more time on sales coaching Sales

by Julie Dunn July 8, 2017

5 Steps to Identify Sales KPIs that Matter

Determining your key performance indicators (KPIs) can be one of the most important things you do as a sales leader. These are the operating metrics to run your sales organization. But before we jump into defining your sales KPIs, we have to make an important distinction between leading and lagging KPIs. Leading vs. Lagging KPIs