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eBook: Rolling Out a Successful Global Sales Training Initiative

Sales performance improvement

global sales training

August 29, 2017eBook

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What’s Inside

While customers desire customization on the local level, they require consistency across countries.

The need for a consistent sales process across domestic and foreign subsidiaries is clear. To achieve this, global companies need to implement a global sales training initiative that brings the same skills, methodology, and process to those who work with or support customers around the world. Richardson Sales Performance's eBook, Rolling Out a Successful Global Sales Training Initiative, outlines the key steps to launching a global sales training initiative.

Learn more about:

  • Company assessments to identify areas to improve
  • Involving key stakeholders to avoid resistance
  • Creating a realistically timed agenda

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