The sales field is highly dynamic and competitive. Changes keep popping up now and then. Old sales tactics stop working; new tactics come up. Before you know it, similar products are released, and the competition begins to stay afloat. Therefore, to remain relevant as a salesperson, you need to keep making changes to become better.
“Clients do not come first, employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients” – Richard Branson It should come as no surprise that the world’s most successful companies spend a large amount of their resources in employee training. In fact, major corporations around the world spent
John Schindler of Cal State LA once said: “The power of [competition’s] effect makes its use very tempting. Little else gets a group of young people more energized than competition.” While competition has always been historically useful in building problem-solving skills, teamwork, and empathy, is it always positive for the learning process? The Negatives of