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Effective Sales Management System 




"Front Line Sales Management is what we do best"

Home Page   Are you aligned with your Front Line Sales
                         Managers and Sales Force?

When your organization, front line sales managers and salespeople are not aligned correctly, it could lead to a slew of unintended negative consequences. Consequences that result in...
              • Lost productivity
              • Increased turnover
              • Poor morale
              • Little or no return on investment
Although this will take no more than a few seconds to read, its powerful message will help your organization...
              • Close GAPS and align you with your Front Line Sales Managers 
              • Ramp up new salespeople with minimum risk
              • Reduce Turnover 
              • Eliminate Inconsistencies
With the spiraling costs of hiring and training, sales companies can no longer afford to hire many, just to net a few. Making a mistake in hiring and training is the actual cost of hiring fees, training costs and monthly base salary; costs before a single additional sale is even generated.       

At a certain point, each sales person is either making it or not; the earlier you can force this decision on yourself, the better. Our experience and expertise in hiring and training, reduces costly attrition, protects important institutional knowledge and preserves your initial investment.

Unless you are in the pharmaceutical business, there is no magic pill to help you improve and sustain your sales effort. There is a way, however, to keep your sales force focused on doing what matters, what's important and what gets consistent results. 

We have identified the 7 key components that will close huge
GAPS and keep you aligned with your Front Line Sales Managers and Salespeople. 7 Key Components that will be easily understood and accepted by your sales force and effectively measured and controlled by upper management.

   "Habit is the intersection of knowledge (what to do), skill (how to do), and desire (want to do)."
 

                                              Stephen Covey

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