Infographic: Sales training techniques

Written by Andy Meltzer on 12 April 2017 in Features
Features

It's infographic time again - Andy Meltzer shows us how sales managers and sales reps differ in the training and learning techniques. 

A joint study from Allego, the mobile sales learning platform, and the Sales Management Association revealed a disconnect among sales managers and sales reps when it comes to the importance of sales training topics and practices, as well as their firms’ effectiveness delivering them. 

Among the findings: managers consider value proposition communication a training topic of higher priority than salespeople do. Salespeople are more likely than their managers to prioritise presentation delivery and effectiveness.

Managers believe that coaching (78%) and peer learning (73%) deliver the highest return on investment when it comes to sales enablement, while most reps believe the training offered by their organisation falls short of expectations.  

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