Finding good sales people is very difficult today.

Ask almost any sales leader out there, and they will tell you it is one of their biggest problems in moving sales forward within their organization.

They cannot find good sales people.

 

However, is that the real problem?

 

You now have tests that can tell you if a person can sell.

You check the history of the candidate and find they have sold.

You check with other people, and they give them thumbs up on selling skills.

 

Still, the new rep does not work out.

Their results are nowhere near your expectations.

 

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Perhaps the problem is not there are no good sales people, but instead that:

 

1/        You have no consistently updated system defined for selling your products and services.

2/        You do not have sales people who can follow a system.

3/        You do not have sales leaders who can make sure it gets done.

 

 

What if you had a standard sales process for your company?

This is how we sell, step by step.

This is what we do and when.

This is how you handle this.

 

Defining what the sales person must do based on a history of what has worked; a consistently updated history.

 

 

A system that defines this is how we sell our product/service.

This is how we manage our sales process.

 

A detailed system that gives the sales person answers to:

their questions,

the prospect’s questions,

questions about the competition.

 

A detailed database that gives them a step by step of how to sell the product.

 

A system with a history of what has happened – both good and bad.

 

A system that learns from each sale and teaches it to the team.

 

Not an outdated sales manual, but a database which your reps add to and update every month, as a team.

 

Making it better and better.

Taking the lessons they learn and making them part of the process.

Making it easier and easier to get the results you want and so much more.

 

If you had a standard sales process, then you could take a good sales person who can learn to follow the process.

 

Who stops trying to do it their way.

Who stops thinking they know so much better.

Instead, they take what has been learned and apply it seamlessly.

They follow the system.

When they learn something new, it gets added to the system, and everyone now knows it.

 

Then, sales leaders could:

Teach them the process.

And they would generate sales.

Meeting and exceeding the expectations.

 

Kind of follows the Tony Dungy process of coaching NFL football.

Building habits that become second nature.

Consistency, persistence and knowing what to watch for and what to do.

 

It might be hard to learn, but once learned, it is totally effective.

 

As a CEO, business owner or sales leader:

 

1/        Do you have a system that keeps learning and teaching the sales team?

 

2/        Do you have sales people who can follow a system?

 

3/        Do you have sales leaders who can make sure it gets done right?

 

Are you ready to learn more about how to make this happen in your organization?

 

Reach out to me and let’s have that discussion.

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