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Video Blog: Custom Sales Training: Why is it Important?

andrea grodnitzky, richardson sales performance cmo

agrodnitzkyOctober 2, 2013Blog

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Changing behavior within an organization is a continuous learning process that requires alignment and support for the sales reps. In order to sustain the change, sales leaders must build a bridge for reps to learn the new skills and behaviors.

Custom Sales Training Programs Drive Success

In this video, Andrea Grodnitzky, Senior Vice President, of Richardson Sales Performance's Global Performance Solutions, offers advice about the importance of developing custom sales training and how to leverage it to help sales reps learn, practice, and apply changing behaviors within an organization.

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