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Richardson and Training Industry, Inc. Release New Research, Best Practices in Design and Delivery of Sales Training Programs
Philadelphia, PA—January 16, 2015— Richardson, a leading global sales training and performance improvement company, and Training Industry, Inc. announced that it has launched a new research report, Best Practices in Design and Delivery of Sales Training Programs.
Richardson Named to TrainingIndustry.com’s Top 20 Sales Training Companies for the 6th Consecutive Year
Don’t Be a Jerk – Coaching and Mentoring Sales Reps Leads to More Effective Knowledge Transfer
We see it so often that it’s almost cliché. There is the bad guy (“the jerk”) who demands results by endlessly belittling, berating, and badgering his people. We instantly recognize this negative behavior and more readily gravitate toward the good guy – the nurturing coach and mentor who takes a genuine interest in teaching and supporting his people. Cliché or not, managers that wear the white hat of coach and mentor are more likely to get their people to perform better over time.
On Friday, March 15, 2013, Richardson was named to TrainingIndustry.com’s Top 20 Sales Training Companies. This marks the fifth straight year of inclusion on the list for Richardson. The Top 20 list recognizes the top sales training companies in the industry. These leading companies all provide outstanding service, and a proven track record for delivering superior training and improving the impact of the sales organization.
4 Ways Sales Leaders can Better Leverage L&D Teams to Execute Strategic Initiatives
Working in harmony will almost always yield better results than constantly working at odds. Everyone can agree that Sales and Marketing are at their best when they work together, hand-in-glove style. Leaders of both business units are on the same page, working toward the same goals and on the same timeline. Conversely, when the relationship is contentious, there’s a lack of faith and respect toward each other, which is bound to yield subpar results that not only do each unit a disservice but the organization as well.