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Sales Contests
How To Communicate Sales Contests Effectively Every good salesperson knows the importance of communication when it comes to making a sale. But how about the importance of internal communication? Effective communication with your team is critical to success – both your own, and theirs. A recent article from the LinkedIn Sales Blog reminds us that...
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Our latest release, the LevelEleven October 2020 Release, is right around the corner and we’re excited to share a few of the key improvements and additions with you! Release notes are available today (right now!) and the AppExchange package for production orgs will be upgraded automatically October 24th. For a full list of updates and...
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Sales contests aren’t new but they’re not going away anytime soon. In fact, competitions are becoming increasingly ingrained in a successful sales culture. Not only do they help motivate your team, they can do a lot of good for your organization beyond the competition itself, for a variety of reasons. Looking to kick off a...
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If you ask sales managers their thoughts on the purpose of coaching, many will say they use it to correct negative behaviors via real-time feedback. This results in the following type of situation: A sales rep just finished a rather tough call. As soon as he hangs up, his manager comes up to his desk...
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When Dan Ceravolo ran a March Madness-themed sales contest during his first year as the director of business development and partnerships at Ringlead, his teams saw a 70 percent increase in scheduled demos from the weeks prior. The sales leader says his secret to sales motivation is in coupling it with a real world-event that...
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Are you micromanaging your team? Although you may feel like you’re doing what’s best for everyone by monitoring all aspects of your department, that’s far from the truth. Micromanaging can lead to low employee engagement, higher stress levels, increased employee turnover, and a sense of dread in the office. So how do you tell if...
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