Richardson Sales Performance and Clients Take Gold, Silver, and Bronze; Recognised for Sales Excellence with Nine Stevie Awards
Richardson Sales Performance and its clients took Gold, Silver, and Bronze — a total of nine awards – at the Seventh Annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service.
Winners of this international competition, which recognises sales excellence in disciplines vital to business success, were announced Monday, February 25, at a gala ceremony at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.
Richardson Sales Performance and its clients were honoured in the following categories:
Gold Stevie Awards
- Sales Operations Professional of the Year, Ken Powell, Vice President, Global Sales Enablement & Learning, SunGard
- Sales Consulting Practise of the Year, Richardson Sales Performance's Sales Enablement Practise
- Sales Training Practise of the Year, Richardson Sales Performance
- Sales Training or Education Leader of the Year, Nomination: Ken Powell, Vice President, Global Sales Enablement & Learning, SunGard
- Sales Training or Coaching Programme of the Year, Cox Media: Sales Performance System
- Sales Training or Coaching Programme of the Year, Charter Media
- Sales Training or Education Leader of the Year, First Data Corp: David Kuhl, Senior Vice President & Chief Learning Officer
- Sales Training or Coaching Programme of the Year, Bank of America Merchant Services
- Sales Training or Education Leader of the Year, Diane Johnson, Director of Talent & Organisational Effectiveness, Kennametal
“From our perspective, this was the most successful Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service yet,” said Michael Gallagher, president and founder of the Stevie Awards. “Not just because of the increase in the number and variety of entries, but in the extraordinary quality of the entries. Judges have told me how impressed they were with the success stories they reviewed this year. All of this year’s Stevie Award winners are truly deserving.”
The name Stevie is taken from the name Stephen, which is derived from the Greek for “crowned. ” More than 1,100 entries from organisations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted to this year’s competition — an increase of 10% over 2012. More than 140 members of eight specialised judging committees determined the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Stevie Award placements during final judging.
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