Sales Training: The Importance of a Great Classroom Experience
By Andrea Grodnitzky | November, 11 2013
In sales training, the classroom experience is a big differentiator. It’s simple, adults learn best by doing. If you are pulling sales people out of the field it is critical to make sure the classroom experience is customized and interactive through activities such as role-playing for practice.
Please join Richardson Sales Performance’s Andrea Grodnitzky, SVP Global Performance Solutions, for this video blog where she discusses the importance of the classroom experience in training the sales team. If you are having trouble viewing this video, please click the following – Sales Training, the classroom experience is a big differentiator.
About the Author
As Richardson’s Chief Marketing Officer, Andrea is responsible for demand generation and value creation through strategic marketing, brand awareness, digital optimization, product launch initiatives, and market-facing thought leadership to drive sustained, organic growth. With a passion for sales and customer-centric activity, Andrea and her team work to inspire customers across the engagement lifecycle and support them in their journey to market leadership by delivering fresh perspectives to their sales challenges.
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