Enablement leaders need a new approach to sales onboarding, argues Brainshark's Jim Ninivaggi - one that provides a true continuous learning path.
With new sales enablement leaders joining the profession every year, many could stand to benefit from social networking and peer learning.
Many organizations drown reps in sales training content and simply check for completion. But this is a mistake, says Brainshark’s Jim Ninivaggi.
SDRs have one of the most valuable jobs in the sales process. Yet many companies don’t invest in effective sales development training.
AI is helping organizations establish a much higher level of sales readiness, which means reps are closing more and bigger deals.
Even with sales enablement programs on the rise, many organizations still fail to teach sales managers the skills needed to effectively lead and coach reps.
The goal of any salesperson is to project confidence, expertise and business savvy whenever he or she engages buyers. Unfortunately, reality doesn’t always comply.
New sales methodology adoption is one of four common transformation scenarios that sales enablement leaders must face.
New sales enablement leaders are likely to encounter executives and other company decision-makers who fail to grasp its purpose – or its benefits.
While you can’t predict every piece of breaking news, you can put a reliable response framework in place through an effective sales readiness strategy.
Learning how others practice sales enablement can help you form a rough outline of your own successful strategy.
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