In this episode of the Sales Team Power Lunch, Ellen White and Darryl Dioso discuss Sales Recruitment:
What do you look for on a sales candidate's resume?
What is your favourite sales interview question?
In a sales interview, how do you tell if the candidate is telling the truth or fluffing their numbers?
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Why should someone consider a career in sales?
On the flip side, why should someone not consider a career in sales?
Looking back on your career, what was the most difficult product/service you had to sell?
On the flip side, what was the easiest product/service you sold?
Have a look and please join the conversation with your answers to our questions in the comments below.
In this episode of the Sales Team Power Lunch, the team is joined by Sales Coach and Entrepreneur Tim Rooney and he shares his views on
What are the top 3 qualities of a high performing sales professional?
Is selling simply a numbers game?
How do you personally stay motivated and inspired in sales?
Have a look please and comment below if you agree or disagree with the team.
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In this episode of the Sales Team Power Lunch, the team looks at:
The characteristics needed to succeed in sales.
- What do you look for when hiring top sales professionals?
- Is high energy a must for sales?
- A positive attitude?
- Can an introvert be good at sales?
- Are top salespeople born or can we take anyone and train them to become a sales pro?
- Have you ever thought about leaving sales during your career?
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The team discusses:
-Scripts, and how we should train our sales teams to use them
-How to mentally and physically prepare for the calls
-Should you listen in and monitor calls and should you provide feedback to your sales team, or just let them find their own "rhythm"?
-Do we just need to make people do the calls, or are we able to make people fall in love with cold calling?
The team discusses:
-Is cold calling necessary?
-Are scripts necessary?
-How do you not take the rejection personally
-How do you get past the gate keeper
-Is it productive to have someone make 100 calls per day
-How do you leave an effective voice mail?