Sales Performance

Five problems caused by a lack of sales systems

Consistent, ongoing success in sales is rarely thanks to luck. Most of the time, it’s thanks to robust sales systems. When you have formal systems in place to support your sales reps – such as a sales process – you are more likely to achieve predictable, steady revenue growth. When these systems are lacking, the opposite is often true. [...]

By |2019-01-16T17:21:03+00:00November 5th, 2019|Categories: Sales, Sales Performance, Sales Process|

How can you beat the dominant competitor in your industry?

In this guest post, Paul O’Donohue, CEO & Founder of Sales Star, uses England's win over the All Blacks to highlight just how important it is to have a game-plan or strategy in business as well as sport.    England beat the mighty All Blacks in the Rugby World Cup. Right from the get-go the [...]

By |2019-10-28T10:53:18+00:00October 28th, 2019|Categories: Personal Development, Sales Leadership, Sales Performance, Sales Process|

Pete Evans To Interview OMG Founder Dave Kurlan In Live Webinar

Later this month Ventas Managing Director Pete Evans will be interviewing Objective Management Group (OMG) CEO Dave Kurlan about the importance and value in using sales evaluations to support the development of salespeople during a live webinar. OMG are the leader of sales evaluations and sales candidate assessments. Dave Kurlan is expert in all facets [...]

By |2019-10-22T20:20:15+00:00October 17th, 2019|Categories: Company News, Events, Personal Development, Sales, Sales People, Sales Performance, Videos|

3 ways to become a trusted consultative sales advisor

While the foundation of consultative selling is to enhance client profits, it’s near impossible to do that if the customer doesn’t trust you first. And establishing yourself as a trusted advisor starts with your very first point of contact with your client. If you want to achieve the coveted “trusted advisor” status, follow these three consultative [...]

By |2019-01-16T17:15:04+00:00May 14th, 2019|Categories: Personal Development, Sales, Sales Leadership, Sales Performance|

Recruiting a sales manager: Are you identifying the right competencies? 

Following our attendance at the recent Objective Management Group International Partners Conference, we have decided to share more of the great data from OMG's data warehouse. This week we wanted to share some of the findings about sales managers. The graphic below highlights the fact that experienced sales managers are only marginally better than less experienced [...]

By |2019-04-26T09:52:27+00:00April 24th, 2019|Categories: Company News, Sales Leadership, Sales People, Sales Performance|

Why customer service training is crucial for fuelling sales

In most organisations, the customer service department and the sales team are two separate entities. But in actual fact, they should be treated as part of a customer cycle, and not be divided in their purpose or function. Why? Because together there is a greater capacity to fuel sales even further, and this is a key [...]

Santa CEO – The 2018 Ventas Christmas Ad [Video]

The 2018 Ventas Christmas Ad - Santa, CEO Forget Elton John, Kevin the Carrot, singing delivery boxes or traveling teddy bears... we got the man himself, Santa (well, some of his understudies), the only person on the planet who doesn't need to work on their business next year.

Want the best sales process? Start with a solid strategic foundation

A sales department is the engine of your business. As a sum of interlocking and connected parts, if something goes amiss it stops operating at full strength (or just ceases altogether). That's why it needs a solid system to run off – your sales process. To keep ahead of the game, you need a solid, strategic [...]

By |2018-10-26T12:34:01+00:00December 3rd, 2018|Categories: Company News, Sales, Sales People, Sales Performance, Sales Process, Sales Training|

Why sales recruitment is a science, not a challenge

In 2014, Hot Springs Spas blew their annual sales records out of the water. Until then, the highest number of units sold in a year had been 109. In 2014, three of the company’s new recruits sold 153, 126 and 103 units respectively, with very little tenure in the business. Why the sudden and dramatic increase in sales? [...]

What is consultative selling—and why is it good for business?

In a world where new marketing strategies enter the market every other week, often touted as the next and best, consultative selling still continues to outperform all other B2B sales strategies. The catch? You’ve got to do it right. What is consultative selling? SalesStar defines it as a sales strategy that focuses on “enhancing client profits”. [...]

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