The purpose of a sales meeting is to prepare your sales staff to sell. Yet all too often sales meetings turn into boring lectures and redundant wastes of time.
Meetings without an apparent purpose or agenda are tedious and often fruitless for everyone involved. When no new information is shared, valuable time is squandered. It’s important that you don’t waste your salespeople’s time, but you also need to avoid overloading them with information. Create a balance between planned productivity and comfortable flow. The key to almost any successful meeting is to make it interesting, useful, and positive.
Before you rally the troops for another sales meeting, consider some of the following ways to get the most…
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