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- Building Your (Sales) Team

You may have a brilliant product, best price, great online and offline visibility but you may not necessarily have the best sales report that you can boast about. Normally companies consider the above mentioned factors to be the crucial factors that help a company to do well however, they have been proved wrong repeatedly through their< span id="fullpost" > poor performance. If all these factors do not bring success, then what is the deciding factor on our sales? Most obviously, it is the effectiveness of your sales team. Often it is the sales team that makes or breaks a company success. If you have not been paying attention to building a strong sales team so far, then it is highly crucial that you start paying attention to building an effective sales team.

If you want an effective sales team then it is vital that each member of the team is highly effective. By selecting top performers we can make sure of having an effective sales team. How do we identify the top performers? We can use effective tools such as SPQ Gold. It is one of the best tools available in the market, which is capable of measuring the ability of your sales people to initiate contact and to introduce themselves to the prospective buyers. It will also help us find out their ability to manage their visibility levels in a highly competitive market. Every sales person has to fight the temptations of call reluctance and most people succumb to the temptation and employ over 12 avoidance behaviors making themselves to be unfit for the job. SPQ Gold will help us identify candidates who are more likely to exhibit such unhealthy traits and find candidates with healthy traits who can work well even under pressure.

SPQ Gold is the only tool available in the market to assess sales call reluctance. Using the tool, you can hire a strong sales team that will perform well despite all odds against them. Sales profiles are not easy profiles; it requires a high level of resilience to work under pressure and under heavy competition. They should be able to work as a team and not have their own goals and agendas. They should be able to fit in to the new environment fast and come up with their own new strategies handing the new market. Of course, there is no substitute to hard work; but their hard work should be done diligently. Above all, they should be highly optimistic people despite the gloomy financial environment.

When you use SPQ Gold sales assessment you will be able to identify both strong traits as well as the weak traits of the candidate helping you to pick the best sales team. You will also know the kind of training that should be given to your sales team. One of the advantages of SPQ Gold sales assessment is that the tests can be run online. In addition, you cannot find another effective method that is as cost-effective as SPQ Gold.

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- Six Steps To Correct Without discourage an employee

While maintaining the motivation of a partner is an art, there are certain strategies that will allow you to maintain your enthusiasm for the job. I advise you do the following:

1. Meet privately with your partner. It is very important that whenever you want to correct a person, it does not feel exposed, otherwise it will increase its defenses and diminish the likelihood of an actual change in behavior.

1. Indicate the purpose of the conversation. Discuss your interest is to develop skills and resources so that he or she can succeed in their day to day.

This step is important because it is a way of saying "I want to help and although the subject might be uncomfortable to try my goal is to support you for your growth." Again, what we're doing here is to increase its responsiveness to say whatever you want.

1. Mention what you've observed. At this time, tell the person what is the error that requires correction or habit or what needs improvement in one task to him.

Focus on facts and not speculation or interpretation you have of the case. For example, let's assume that you want to correct the problem that is always late at the time of entry.

Avoid saying "I've never known someone who wants to lose their jobs as fast" or "I have not seen such irresponsibility in many years." Although I really want, Focus on behavior: "In the last three weeks later you got five." Period. The fact is, no interpretation of what we think is happening.

1. Indicate why it is important to correct their behavior. This will help greatly depersonalized correction, ie it means that if you're drawing attention is not because you fall ill or because they want to annoy, but because it is within a system and their participation is important.

In the example I have been driving, you could mention something like: "Customers expect the look of the 8 o'clock. Some of them are in a hurry to get to other sites and we are not available to serve them are angry with us and iran to competition. "

If you realize, all the arguments that employees do not have to do with you or with the company, but to customer service: something completely justified and logical.

1. Ask what you can do to correct their own behavior or performance. This is a strategic step within the whole process because you're doing your own thinking and find ways to solve the problem.

If you tell them how to take it as an obligation or coercion. But if he sets his own way will be corrected with more availability.

But be very careful to get evasive answers. Do not conform to an "I promise not to do again." That is not enough. You have to get a specific response to the employee, such as: "as from tomorrow I will put my alarm clock 10 minutes before." That it is specific!

One advantage of this step is you're doing your partner a mature, rather than because you give him all the answers led him to look for himself. Eventually, you will be able to find their own solutions instead of you're wondering all the time.

1. Take the follow-up. Never let a good performance goes unnoticed. If the employee shows signs of improving, felicítalo. This way you'll be reinforcing the new behavior learned.

It is also a way to say "I'm fixing you."

There is an additional recommendation that you want to do: care for the tone of your voice and nonverbal language to carry out this process. When you're angry about something that was a bad employee, it is likely that, unconsciously, is what you want to download your discomfort and projected in your gestures, gestures and vocal tone.

If you practice these tips, your partner is not discouraging because we've brought to see things from another perspective: that we are helping to be better at what it does. You'll feel more self-motivated and will gain more influence over him.

Much success!

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- About A Coach

Here is the link to Elizabeth Walker. I recently found her texts on smartbrief open forum.

Here are her recent posts, which are very interesting.


She is a marketing coach, a very talented author.

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- Keeping Your Leadership Fresh

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There is a mystery to leadership, whether you lead an ongoing team or a one-off group. This mystery is important because without it people would be able to predict your actions and imitate them. Keeping the mystery means that things remain fresh. Here are 5 ways you can inject every instance of groupwork with unpredictability.

1. Learning As You Go. The challenges of facilitation are also its joys: knowing that sometimes it will work and sometimes it won't; knowing that each session is a learning experience for you as well as the group; keeping yourself open to possibilities that can surprise as well as disappoint.

• keep your groupwork fresh. Now and again change the way you do things.
• take risks with materials and see what happens
• have confidence in your intuitive side throughout groupwork
• keep an eye out for material from everyday life: the home, the family, your social life
• be a continuous learner yourself
• be childlike in your curiosity
• aim for your own natural style to come through
• aim to enjoy each experience of groupwork.

2. Lighten Up. Adding perspective and a touch of light-heartedness to each experience of groupwork can guard against the enemies of facilitation: being too serious, forcing things and trying too hard.

Lightening up does a number of things:
• it reminds you that the role of helper is basically one of common sense and wisdom, not intellectual knowledge
• it helps you not to take yourself too seriously
• it reflects the gentle approach that is the hallmark of facilitation
• it helps put bad experiences down to experience
• it allows us to accept the value of all types of human behaviour, including clowning around and having fun.

"The first thing most people say when they get to Heaven is "Why was I so serious?"." (Old Red Indian saying)

3. Be Open to Surprises. The "I've-seen-it-all, done-it-all" attitude of some experienced facilitators not only leads to staleness in groupwork; it also makes you miss the delight of being surprised in life.

• don't take anything about groupwork for granted
• keep a childlike wonder for the possibilities around you
• have respect for each session of groupwork as a unique event in itself
• don't become stale by sticking to routines
• be willing to learn, to take risks and to abandon all your plans if the moment requires it.

"It is exceedingly important that a man should allow himself to be surprised in daily life: that he not be habit-bound or jaded; that he always have a sense of wonder about his life and the lives and words, gestures and images of others. One must always be ready for surprises." (Joseph Zinker)

4. Take Nothing as Read. Facilitation is a style of group leadership that aims to empower those who are led. It doesn't direct; it doesn't prescribe; it doesn't demand; it doesn't use worked-out solutions. It engenders healthy scepticism.

"Do not believe in what you have heard; do not believe in the traditions because they have been handed down for generations; do not believe in anything because it is rumoured or spoken by many; do not believe merely because a written statement of some old sage is produced; do not believe in conjectures; do not believe in that as truth to which you have become attached by habit; do not believe because of the authority of your teachers and elders. After observation and analysis, when it agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and gain of one and all, then accept it, practice it and live up to it." (The Buddha 568-488BC)

5. Process Not Outcomes. One of the most valuable lessons of the facilitative approach to groupwork is that it focuses on the value of process, not outcomes. In control groups and manipulated groups, the group leader only wants people to arrive at their solutions and existing answers. Anything else is "off-script". But rushing to pre-ordained goals has no value for people. Wisdom, fun, and creativity come from the journey, not the destination.

"The honey doesn't taste so good once it is being eaten, the goal doesn't mean so much once it's been reached; the reward isn't so rewarding once it's been given...That doesn't mean the goals we have don't count. They do, mostly because they cause us to go through the process, and it's the process that makes us wise, happy or whatever. If we do things in the wrong sort of way, it makes us miserable, angry, confused and things like that. The goal has to be right for us and it has to be beneficial, in order to ensure a beneficial process. But, aside from that, it's really the process that's important. Enjoyment of the process is the secret that erases the myths of the Great Reward..." (Benjamin Hoff: "The Tao of Pooh")

© Eric Garner, ManageTrainLearn.com 2009

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