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January 13th, 2017

What Trends Are Shaping Sales Organizations’ Learning Needs?

Sales Trends from Andrea Grodnitzky

Learning needs are influenced by the selling environment. The current sales environment is demanding, filled with more informed buyers who expect increasing amounts of responsiveness and attention. Sellers need to upskill to meet the needs of their clients and ensure they are generating revenue for their companies.

In a recent interview with Chief Learning Officer Magazine, Richardson’s new CMO, Andrea Grodnitzky, took a moment to provide her insights into the trends that are likely to influence the learning needs of sales organizations in 2017.

Chief among these insights was a need for solutions that respect the time constraints sales professionals constantly face by finding innovative solutions that are as effective as they are convenient. Click here to learn more about 2017 trends in learning and development for sales organizations.

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December 22nd, 2016

Happy Holidays From Richardson

Best wishes for a happy holiday season and our sincere thanks for your loyalty and goodwill throughout the year!

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May 30th, 2012

Get More ROI from Sales Training: Overcome Reps’ Resistance to Change

Once upon a time, a savvy sales leader hired a sales training organization to improve his team’s sales performance. His reps learned all the newest sales methods available, and they were all convinced they’d knock their sales quotas straight out of the park for years and year to come.

But then it came time to apply what they’d learned. Sales performance levels stagnated. Quotas weren’t met. Reps either didn’t change, or changed briefly and then reverted to the old way of doing things.

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May 10th, 2012

6 Traits for Successful Sales Leadership

Organizations need good management — no argument there. But high-performing sales teams are not a result of mere management. They are fueled by transformational leadership.

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March 16th, 2012

Video Blog: Extraordinary Preparation

If you’re extraordinarily prepared, you can float insights, ideas, articles, and concepts in front of your clients to provide an extra layer of value. Join Andrea Grodnitzky, SVP of Richardson, for a Richardson Video short where she discusses how being extraordinarily prepared can differentiate you from your competitors. Learn more about Richardson comprehensive sales training and performance support solutions at http://www.richardson.com

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February 6th, 2012

Free Webinar: Effective Coaching for Sales: Best Practices for Driving High Levels of Impact

Is your organization developing its salesforce effectively to drive results?

On February 9, 2:00 p.m. ET/19:00 GMT, Richardson’s Debbie Antonelli, EVP Global Sales and Janet Clarey, senior analyst in Bersin & Associates’ L&D practice area will share research findings on best practices for effective coaching.

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January 12th, 2012

Using Verifiable Outcomes in the Sales Process to Change and Track Behavior

New Whitepaper from Richardson: Using Verifiable Outcomes in the Sales Process to Change and Track Behavior.

The use of verifiable outcomes has become more widely adopted by companies engaged in complex sales. These measures provide visibility into the sales process, pipeline performance, and forecasting. The problem, however, is that most of these verifiable outcomes are lagging indicators of past performance, not leading indicators of future achievement. Richardson’s new whitepaper explores how to identify and use verifiable outcomes that are leading indicators of customer engagement.

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