Sales has always been an emotional game and tapping into those emotional motivators can be one of the most impactful decisions.
Camilla Heidenreich Bommen
Commercial Country Director
Sales has always been an emotional game and tapping into those emotional motivators can be one of the most impactful decisions. Your sales culture, or the combination of your company’s attitudes, values, and habits, is one of the most important portions of hitting your revenue goals and pushing your team forward. Let’s dive into developing a sales culture that works for you with some of the industry’s top minds in this webinar!
Only thinking about your sales strategy is not enough anymore.
While your sales strategy deals with WHAT you are trying to achieve, your sales culture deals with the importance of HOW and WHY you sell your product or service.
To truly build a successful sales team that is capable of moving forward and breaking new ground, you need to first focus on developing a culture that motivates and inspires your team. A healthy sales culture helps your team own the process, have autonomy in their own decisions, reflect your company’s and their own values, and help them understand what goals to pursue.
So how can sales leaders get started building this culture or help refine their existing culture to make the most of their strategy and assets? Join industry leaders Camilla Heidenreich Bommen, Commercial Country Director at SuperOffice Norway and Sindre Haaland, Founder and CEO of SalesScreen as they talk sales culture, strategy, and motivation from the bottom up.
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