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private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 May 31st, 2019 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching May 30th, 2019 09:43PM May 30th, 2019 09:43PM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880 Open Tactical Telephone Sales Training, LinkedIn Tactics for Sales People, Internal Sales Training Systems, Inside Sales Development, Sales Management Consulting, Sales Leadership Open Box 7487 San Jose CA US 95150-7487
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Mar 19th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Mar 18th, 2018 11:47PM Mar 18th, 2018 11:47PM Open
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880
private:penoyercommunicaitons-2 1310756 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Penoyer Communicaitons 18 1.00 Open Professional Training & Coaching Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Hiring a training company may NOT be the right option. They'll never tell you that of course. However, you can be assured your inside sales team isn't producing what it could. Hiring a training company isn't wrong because your people don't need training, they do. However, your goals and objectives may dictate a different course of action. The fact is, your line manager can deliver better results than most training companies. Why? Because managers have the ability teach the sales process, rather than specific techniques. Teaching selling techniques via the sales process relieves salespeople from converting what they learn in the classroom, into effective actions in the real world (Expecting salespeople to convert classroom learned techniques into real-world actions effectively is the second biggest reason training fails). Additionally, the manager can run training every week, and has the visibility of the salespeople to coach on the fly when non-optimum behaviors appear. Getting the highest levels of success from your inside sales team requires you coach not two, four, or even six times a year, but that you coach weekly. (Failure to coach regularly is main reason sales training efforts fail). The truth, your manager is the best person for the job. His knowledge of the salespeople, sales process, and your offers are huge assets no hired gun has. Combined with the ability to provide regular training, these four advantages allow the manager to produce better results than most trainers, even without a theoretical sales background or formal education in training. If you'd like to take the first step in raising the performance of your group, I’ve created a short video that tells you how. This video contains a practical 5-step program you can start today. I believe this method will produce results in as little as a few weeks. Watch it here: http://penoyer.com/?p=1118 Please call me for help or with questions: 408-296-6880

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