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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 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 December 28, 2018

19 Habits to Leave in 2018

As 2019 approaches, the talk about “New Year’s Resolutions” starts coming up. Instead of lecturing on the healthy habits and time-saving practices you should take with you into 2019, I’m here to do the opposite. In celebration of 2019, here are 19 habits that you should leave behind so you can up your selling game in the new year.

by Megan Seamans October 8, 2018

Trends at Dreamforce 2018

In the world of technology, changes are being made almost daily. That’s why going to a conference as large as Dreamforce each year offers a unique opportunity to see first hand the trends that arise. This year, LevelEleven had many great conversations about where the Salesforce landscape is currently and where people see it going. We have gathered three of the biggest trends from #DF18 and here’s what they mean for you:

by Megan Seamans September 4, 2018

The 5 Steps of Sales Management – Where are you?

Sales management is a journey. In this journey, there are five main steps. These steps do not have to occur in order and leveling up to the next stage doesn’t mean forgetting the one that came before it. This framework is not set in stone; sales leaders should simply use the framework as a guide to show their current stage and what they must do to arrive at the next. Figuring out your current stage you are at helps in knowing what actions you should take to level up. These insights help your team know what they should be focusing on and how they can go about improving their performance. Every sales manager can move the needle from good to great as they progress in their career by following a tried-and-true path outlined below.