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salesperson

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I've listed five questions that you should ask your salespeople about each new opportunity.
I attended a networking event last week with the intent to meet small business owners and salespeople who may be struggling with their selling effectiveness.
Consumers have reported that these salespeople are offering free installation of such items within a short time frame, and have been:
Salespeople "own" relationships with customers, are often very confident in their ability to analyze them, and often have a deeper knowledge of customers than any data set.
Dr Bogdana Huma, Professor Elizabeth Stokoe and Dr Rein Sikveland, from the School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences, drew on 153 recordings of 'cold calls' made by salespeople from three British companies that sell office equipment.
Robert JanTausch and Douglas Sitar were the salespeople in this transaction.
Over the past several years, I have interviewed more than 100 salespeople about what made their companies successful, and here are some of the lessons I've learned.
This is understandable, Arussy points out, because often "salespeople's awareness varies widely based on the length of the sales cycle and the size of the deal.
Because selling is a tough game, salespeople are prone to believe that having "the right attitude" they can influence the outcome of a sale.
Too often, salespeople expect "performance reviews" to be in one of these categories: "You're missing your numbers ...
It's transmitted by rubbing shoulders with other salespeople. The major symptom is the belief that they're the reason for the company's success so that gives them permission to break the rules, and to look down on everyone else.
The product-based or traditional approach to selling relies heavily on salespeople pushing a particular product or service.