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Too often sales enablement is confused with sales training. This common mis-perception can lead to a ton of wasted resources, and missed revenue opportunities. Instead, the best, and most successful sales strategies have an enablement program in place. Listen as we discuss how to get the right sales content into the hands of the right reps at the right time through the right channel.

 

During the episode, my colleague Eric Estrella and I will discuss topics such as:

 

  • The definition and the reasoning behind a sales charter.
  • How to develop the sales enablement content you need.
  • How to create sales playbooks, and use technology to your benefit.
  • How certification, gamification and coaching impact your sales enablement program.
  • The best way to measure the success of you sales enablement program.

     

Sales enablement is so much more than just sales training. If done the right way, it helps ensure that sales leaders make their number consistently, and effectively. Listen here as we walk you through, step by step, how to develop and execute your sales enablement program.

 

After listening, download our 10th annual workbook, How to Make Your Number in 2017. Walk through our sales strategy exercises in order to drive revenue per sales head up and time to productivity for new hires down.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dan Perry

Intensely focused on helping sales and marketing leaders in B2B companies make their numbers at SBI.
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Dan approaches the idea of making your number from a unique perspective. Like many SBI leaders, he has walked a mile in your shoes. He comes from the industry side and has had to make his number to be successful. Perhaps this is why it’s wise to rely on SBI’s evidence-based methodologies. Though SBI is certainly an execution-based firm, Dan only implements strategies and solutions for his clients after they have been verified with before-and-after data. This leads to adoption of sales programs in the field, rather than shelf-ware.

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