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“No more customers for me thanks!” – said no business ever!
The challenge to attract new custom has become an increasingly fast-paced treadmill in an over-subscribed gym. The opportunities are there, but the competition is fierce.
So, how do you make sure all your hard work delivers results? You need to employ my 4-step approach:1
Whilst most of the world seemed to be away posting pictures on social media of beautiful beaches and exotic cocktails, three very special sales-i employees have had their nose to the grind stone.
So, who outshone the hot Summer sun this August with their outstanding contributions?
UK Winner Steve Grosvenor Implementation Consultant
Always fully dedicated to his work, August was a particularly busy month for the data team. Steve had the praise of many of his peers as he remained on top of an increased workload
Asking a potential candidate what animal they’d be may tell you a bit about them personality wise, but lions have never made particularly good sales people. (Let’s face it, everyone says lion when asked that question).
Hypothetical questioning is just one example of the common mistakes that sales managers make when conducting sales interviews. Spotting a good sales person isn’t always easy, but there are some steps you can take when planning your interview questions, making it easier to spot potential