Speaking & Engagements
Custom Sales Presentations And Keynote Addresses
When you need an outside perspective or a fresh voice to energize your sales team, we can help. Our presenters create interactive programs to rally and educate your entire organization. We address over 30 meetings, conferences, rallies, and kick-offs each year on a variety of sales-related topics.
Our goal is to educate and motivate each group to perform their best work with their best attitude, and have a little fun while they’re at it. Are you preparing for a challenging quarter, new product launch, or other tough tasks? We can help.
Don't know where to begin planning your event? Let us help. We've planned dozens of kickoffs, events, and retreats. We'll help you make sure your event is a success.
Class Participation Counts
We understand that no one wants to sit through yet another sales lecture
... so that’s not what we deliver!
We provide interactive presentations designed to maximize engagement – your needs will dictate the specifics of the presentation, class, seminar, or retreat. We'll work together to define the content and length of any engagement.
- Customer Journey
- Overcoming Objections
- Maximizing Lead Scoring
- The Sales Process
- Right-Sizing the Sale
- No Money Left On The Table
- Sales Rally/Motivation
- Key Leadership Development
- Coaching For Sales Dominance
- Sales Management for Growth
Why energizing your team makes sense
The best sales onboarding programs help new sales hires become productive 3.4 months sooner than average, a time-to-productivity that’s 37% faster.
It takes an average of 10 months for a new sales rep to become profitable for the company.
Nearly 13% of all the jobs in the U.S. (1 in 8) are full time sales positions.
(US Dept. of Labor)
It costs, on average, 200% of a sales rep’s total compensation to replace them within the first 12 months. This includes job search, hiring, training, ramp up, unsold opportunities, and correcting performance errors.
The average rep tenure now sits below 1.5 years, compared to more than three years in 2010
(The Bridge Group)