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Turn Prospecting ‘No’ Into ‘Yes!’

We always approach prospecting from a negative, glass half-empty perspective. KLA Group’s Kendra Less explains how to flip that upside down.

Can Sales Leaders Self Coach?

There’s a huge amount high performers can and should be doing for themselves. Here are seven steps to more effective self-coaching.

Arnie Bellini, Paul Dippell, Gary Pica, Arlin Sorensen Unite: Join us

Join ConnectWise CEO Arnie Bellini, Service Leadership CEO Paul Dippell, TruMethods CEO Gary Pica & HTG Peer Groups CEO Arlin Sorensen at 12:45pm ET today.

Are You Selfish Enough to Succeed?

Here’s the secret to high performing pragmatically selfish people: They recognize they are dependent on others for their own success. David Brock explains.

10 Ways Sales People Can Make A Difference With Customers

Perhaps instead of asking, “do sales people make a difference,” we should be asking, “how can sales people make a difference?” Here are the answers.

How to Maximize the Value of Your Business

Owners do not plan early enough to sell their businesses. It can take two to three years to prepare a business for sale & maximize value. Here’s how.

What About Sales Person Retention?

In the age of subscription services and customer churn, you’re increasingly obsessed with customer retention. But don’t forget about sales person retention.

Your Lead Generation Expectations Are Wrong

When lead generation expectations are wrong, so is everything else: The process, budget, activities, content and staffing. KLA Group explains the fix.

Customers and Sales Teams: We Still Need Each Other

Customers and Salespeople are on diverging paths as we minimize our interactions with each other. Here’s why both sides must reverse that trend.

Fixing the Sales Team Compensation Problem

I always worry when a conversation with a sales executive starts with, “We need to fix our compensation problem.” Here’s why.