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Connected Selling Curriculum™ Brochure

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connected selling training curriculum

February 21, 2019Program Brochure

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What’s Inside

Backed by significant research in behavioral science and the current business environment, the Connected Selling Curriculum™ is a part of our blended learning architecture that minimizes time out of market and maximizes impact spent in the classroom. Learn how Richardson Sales Performance's collection of sales training programs are built to work together and build upon each other across roles and capabilities to drive a common language and clear approach for sales performance at scale.

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