Top Sales World
March 11, 2015
It’s interesting that we regularly read articles or comments about high levels of staff turnover, but it is very rare to discover any commentary about customer turnover – it is almost as if it is a taboo subject; that there is shame attached to it, an embarrassment. Why? I suppose it is an admission of failure.
February 25, 2015
In practice, we can divide people who attempt to build networking relationships into four distinct types: the Loner (little or no networking), the Socializer, the User, and the Relationship Builder. Although a salesperson’s aim is to become the fourth option, the “Relationship Builder,” let’s briefly look at each of these types in turn.
January 20, 2015
Being intuitive means that we “feel”; we don’t just see or even hear. We are completely in tune with our team; we understand each of them; we know what motivates every one of them; we are able to stimulate and goad them in equal measure in order to elicit optimum performance levels from them, and as a consequence we have a team that can achieve remarkable things. Can anyone become an intuitive manager or leader?
November 20, 2014
Leadership has been defined as “the ability to inspire willing action.” Emphasis is placed on the “willing.” But to understand leadership, we need to delve a little deeper than that.
August 29, 2014
Is your sales team not performing at optimal levels? Here are the questions you need to ask to diagnose what the problem is.