This week we are focussed on attracting and retaining the right sales talent to your team. Every person we recruit is a multi-million dollar decision. We need to hire the right talent
We discuss topics like: How do you find the right talent using sales competency models and less on chemistry? How should the interview process look like? Who in addition to the hiring manager should interview the potential candidates? Once hired, how should the onboarding process look like? How do you construct an effective performance review? How do you create the right sales cadence with weekly, monthly and quarterly objectives?
This week we welcome back David Brock to the Sales Enablement Lab podcast. David is the founder and president of Partners In EXCELLENCE, a boutique consultancy company focussed on the customer facing side of organizations. David recently released a new book called the Sales Manager Survival Guide.
The Sales Manager Survival guide is focussed on the front line sales manager and the day to day challenges they have to overcome. They are responsible for translating the companies sales strategy to day to day execution. Millions and millions are spent on training sales people but often we forget the front line sales managers.
In this two-part podcast series, we will focus on addressing some of the biggest challenges front line sales managers face on a daily basis.
We will cover topics like: How to create your 30-60-90 day plan when you start as a frontline sales manager? What are the organization expectations from front line sales managers? How do you transition from sales to sales management without losing your friends in the organization? How do create a ‘coaching’ environment in your organization? How do you coach a high performing sales team?
David Brock is the founder and president ofPartners In EXCELLENCE, a boutique consultancy company focussed on the customer facing side of organisations. In addition Dave has his own podcast and blog.
This week’s podcast is focussed on coaching and especially coaching by the front line sales manager. We discuss why it is critically important to coach your sales teams, how you find the time to have regular coaching sessions and explore the most effective way to conduct a coaching session. Dave explains how to conduct a non directive coaching session by asking the right questions.
At the end of the conversation Dave will share a few practical tips on how to start your own coaching program.