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In this digital world, a far greater emphasis is being placed on data and analytics. All this data gives you an idea of how successful (or unsuccessful!) your company is, and gives an indication as to how you can improve. There are many ways to report sales, so it’s important to make sure you’re doing it right. Here are a few do’s and don’ts of sales reporting to help up your game.What Is Sales Reporting?
Managing your sales team effectively involves more than just assessing the total revenue brought in by each member of the team
In an increasingly digital world the traditional workplace has been extended onto social networks, professional networking sites and broken free of the regular 9 to 5. As a result, modern salespeople are having to navigate a shifting landscape of social do’s and don’ts as they build and nurture working relationships
Lots of things can kill a sale, but the way you interact with a customer should never be one of them. Experts believe that as much as 90 percent of overall communication is nonverbal. The way we sit, smile and shake hands all make an impression on those we’re meeting with. Below are six tips on how to use body language in your favor.
1) Don’t close off from your audience
Confident speakers all tend to have one thing in common: They don’t close their body off from the people they’re speaking to