Stop Wasting Money on Training: How to Ramp and Retain Top Sales TalentWatch Now
Ramping sellers to maximize performance is no easy task. It takes time and dedication from both the seller, the manager, and even the wider sales team.
Traditional training methods focus heavily on the first few weeks in the sales role. Companies focus time, resources and budget into training up new sales people, only to have them forget what was learned in those first few weeks, lose motivation and struggle to get to grips with the role.
There is a better way to ramp your sellers at speed, retain the talent you’ve developed, maintain motivation within your team and all importantly, save money wasted on traditional training methods that just don’t work.
Join Richard Smith, VP Sales from Allego and Iona Lawner, Business Development Manager from EngageTech for this in-demand webinar as they talk through their tried and tested approach to developing and retaining a top performing sales team.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
– A better approach to traditional training
– How to embed a culture of ongoing coaching and development
– How to motivate and retain your top performing sales people
Watch the recording!
Iona Lawner, Business Development Manager, EngageTech
Iona works specifically in Tech sales, specializing in managing SDR teams. She works with sales people of varying degrees of experience, from supporting new SDRs on the first day in their role, through to those transitioning into their next sales career step. Iona’s most recent team has booked over 1000 net new opportunities and meetings for different clients in the ever growing tech sector, in the space of 14 months. She is here to share her knowledge on how to coach and motivate sales people to succeed.
Rich Smith, VP Sales, Allego
Rich fell into the profession after leaving University with an underwhelming Computer Science degree. He has performed all sales roles from lead generation to revenue contributor, and now leads a growing team. He is passionate about coaching and developing others, particularly those just starting their career.