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Anneli Thomson, Managing Director, Sandler Uk

When a sales team isn’t hitting KPI’s or achieving goals, sometimes the explanation could be as simple as productivity. In this article, we’ll share with you a few tips to help you and your team become more productive.

With the UK now seeing many businesses and organisations return to work, sales teams across the country are being left with the following dilemma: when is the right time to return to the workplace?

Here at Sandler, we believe that good Sales Managers generally have some things in common. Find out what they are here.

With many businesses and organisations now adapting their processes in light of the coronavirus outbreak, many employers and employees are now having to work remotely whilst the UK is in lockdown.

Motivating your sales team is undoubtedly one of the best measures you can take as a sales manager in order to maximize results. But what actions can you take in order to boost motivation and encourage your sales team to succeed? Here we’ll share 5 tips you can implement in your organisation.

Here at Sandler Training Oxford, we strongly believe that a new year is the best time to set yourself and your business up for success. How? Through motivating yourself and your colleagues to be successful. Setting SMARTER goals fantastic place to start, more on this later.

A growing customer base is essential for any business but as competition grows daily, finding customers and proving you’re the best option can be a challenge. A well-oiled sales process can be the difference between standing out to new prospects and blending in with the rest of the crowd. Take the below four steps to ensure your sales plan distinguishes you from the rest…

Here at Sandler Training in Oxford, our aim is to guide customers to reevaluate their approach to growth.

You can avoid common mistakes and take your sales conversations to the next level by following these key steps.

We recognise that the key to success is having a successful and highly motivated sales team. Here’s our advice to help you inspire your team members.