Four Ways Sales Leaders can Better Leverage the L&D Team to Execute Strategic Initiatives
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Working in harmony will almost always yield better results than constantly working at odds. Everyone can agree that Sales and Marketing are at their best when they work together. It should be no surprise that this same kind of synchronicity is sought by training leaders for Sales and Learning functions. Richardson, a leading sales training company, has posted a new Blog; Four Ways Sales Leaders can Better Leverage the L&D Team to Execute Strategic Initiatives. The blog provides four critical pieces of advice by learning leaders for their sales leader peers to help teams work more effectively together including:
1. Work as a true team.
2. Don't delegate accountability to drive change.
3. Communicate regularly about progress and impact.
4. Invest in reinforcement to sustain the training impact.
Click here to read the blog and to download the full research report, "Training's Role in the Implementation of Strategic Sales Initiatives".
Richardson (http://www.richardson.com) helps leaders prepare their organizations to execute sales strategies and achieve business objectives. We have the expertise and resources to help you scale your initiative quickly and confidently across your entire sales force and supporting functions. With you, we establish sales best practices, evaluate talent, build capability and consistency through world-class sales training, and sustain necessary change. We ensure that your solution reflects your unique culture and values, which drives rapid adoption and lasting results.
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