Tag: Video

by Julie Dunn August 15, 2014

Leveraging Competition: How Palace Sports & Entertainment Motivates Their Sales Teams [Video]

Back in May, we hosted a meet up with some top companies in Michigan, who discussed some of the innovative and impactful ways they’ve leveraged competition and sales gamification in their organizations to drive impactful — and in some cases — off the charts returns on their efforts. Today, we wanted to share with you a great presentation

by Julie Dunn July 14, 2014

Improving Sales Processes & Performance with Gamification [Video]

Dreamforce 2014 is coming fast. Today, we wanted to take a look back at a great session from last year by Marci Neumeister, VP of Sales at Varsity Spirit, called “Improve Your Sales Processes and Performance with Gamification.” Marci, as well as Varsity’s Salesforce administrator, Eric Schubert, describe how introducing gamification into their teams helped improve

by Julie Dunn May 23, 2014

When We Talked at Xactly’s CompCloud ’14 [Video]

Did you chat with the LevelEleven team at Xactly’s CompCloud ’14? If that’s a yes, this one’s for you: Check out more LevelEleven videos.

by Julie Dunn April 30, 2014

To Those We Met at Chicago’s Salesforce1 Tour… [Video]

If we met you at Chicago’s Salesforce1 Tour, then we made this video for you. Because there’s something we think you should know.   Visit LevelEleven.com/Chicago

by Julie Dunn April 11, 2014

Salesforce1 World Tour in Boston: We Can’t Let Go [Video]

It’s been a week since we arrived back in Detroit from the Salesforce1 World Tour in Boston. We thought it was important for those of you we met to understand how we’ve been feeling ever since. So we made this video: Can we talk about this?

by Julie Dunn February 11, 2014

3 Sales Coaching Tips from an NBA Great… plus a Video

Thirty sales leaders from across the U.S. recently joined NBA great Jamal Mashburn and LevelEleven CEO Bob Marsh in “The Sales Coach’s Clipboard,” a webinar that shared tips for better sales coaching. Were you one of them? If not, we’ve got you covered. We now have a 25-minute recap of the webinar available here. And