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White Paper: The Future of Selling is Agile: Introducing Sprint Selling

Sales performance improvement

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February 1, 2022Featured Home Page

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What’s Inside

It’s time to move on from tired, outdated, and ineffective approaches to selling. Your sales team – and your customers – want a better experience.

In our white paper, The Future of Selling is Agile, we share the key principles that enable agility in your sales team and change the way they show up in front of customers. 

We explore:

  • The set of criteria that focus the seller’s efforts on the right places and help them drive momentum in collaboration with the customer  
  • How selling sprints enable sellers to keep pace with changing customer requirements and shift their mindset to one that welcomes change
  • The agile selling skills required for bringing emotional intelligence to every customer conversation

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