Sales Management Training Tip 1: Just Do It!

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By Steven A. Rosen

Every sales manager I speak with agrees that being in the field coaching has a positive impact on sales. Any sales manager I ask how are things going? They will automatically refer to their sales.

So why don’t they just do it?

Do what you ask?

If you want great sales results and you know that getting out and coaching will help you achieve the sales you desire. Research shows that managers who spend more time coaching generate significantly more sales. Then what is preventing you from just coaching and driving success in your district?

Make coaching your #1 priority!

Your boss will thank you and your reps will make lots of money.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s tip. If you would like more Sales Management Tips then click on the link below to get my FREE eBook with 6 of my favorite Tips!

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Steven helps companies transform sales managers into great sales leaders. His focused coaching helps clients achieve greater personal and professional success. Steven is the author of 52 Sales Management Tips - The Sales Manager’s Success Guide.

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