To survive and thrive in this business environment you need to be better than good - you need your sales team to excel.
The Launch Pad has developed three main sales improvement methods, all of which will deliver measurable improvements. When combined they can be transformational for any sales led organisation...
Clarification, refinement and validation of product or service value proposition
to maximise sales success.
Specific and tailored skills, materials and techniques to
improve individual & team effectiveness.
Ongoing support ensures sustained improvements in new business
and account management results.
So new year, I decided I needed a new chair!
Off to a large retailer (no names) sat on a few chairs, lots of deals, did not get much help and the chairs to be frank all looked a bit ropey. So onto my iPhone – and a quick search found a local retailer selling proper chairs…
Great round the corner, opening times, check, yep ok I’ll nip over there!
Leapfrogg, the digital marketing agency for premium brands and retailers is investing in an ENABLE sales project with The Launch Pad.
There are some very exciting developments around the corner at Leapfrogg and the Launch Pad has been appointed to help get the new offering to market in the shortest possible time. Watch this space!!
Just added a really useful post that will help you to actually understand what is staff engagement and most importantly how can I motivate my team;
“It’s official – employee engagement is low, and getting worse. If your company is able to work out how to improve it your employees put in more effort, are more loyal, are more absorbed in their work and are more profitable, but this just does not happen for most people.
In fact a recent Gallup analysis (1) of staff engagement found that just 27% of employees are engaged with their work. Since it also found “a strong relationship between employees’ workplace engagement and their respective company’s overall performance“ that means that around 70% of companies are doing worse than they could, because they don’t know how to engage their employees…”
To read the full article click here.