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Sales enablement is a term that is too often ill-defined and misunderstood. This causes confusion in the sales ranks, resulting in lower win rates and wasted resources. This week, I sit down with Mike Drapeau, partner at SBI, and Kevin Avery, Senior Consultant at SBI. Mike and Kevin debate how to have a deeper understanding of sales enablement. They will discuss its importance, and why it’s more than just a constant flow of “new and improved” sales training programs.

 

During the episode, Mike and Kevin will discuss:

 

  • The role of sales training in organizations, and how to find the right type and frequency.
  • How to put together a well-organized and successful sales enablement program.
  • Why those in charge of sales coaching should rethink their content strategy.
  • How the sales enablement team should be organized.

     

We’ll also explain why sales enablement must be connected to your sales, marketing and product strategies. This strategic alignment will prevent you from creating programs that never get used in the field. Mike and Kevin will debate the best steps to take to move toward strategic alignment.

 

Sales enablement is critical to your organization’s success. Your sales team must be able to move an opportunity forward. Enabling them to do this better and faster is too important to overlook. Listen to our debate on sales enablement in order to get it right. We’ll tell you how to avoid the common pitfalls, and enable your sales team to hit their revenue goals.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Christina Dieckmeyer

Helps SBI and their clients make their number.
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Christina has been with SBI since 2009. She is an experienced marketing leader focused on helping SBI and their clients make their number. Christina is responsible for executing the operating plan for SBI’s marketing department by allocating resources efficiently to drive revenue. She drives the execution of SBI’s marketing strategy by building demand for our services, aligning with SBI’s corporate strategy and setting the sales strategy up for success.

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