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eBook: The New Sales Leader's Success Guide

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September 21, 2020Article

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What’s Inside

Richardson Sales Performance conducted a survey to better understand what separates the most successful new sales leaders from their peers.

Our research data provided us with a new perspective on what kinds of things the best-performing new sales leaders did to succeed – and perhaps even more interestingly, what the poorest performers focused on. Download the eBook, The New Sales Leader's Success Guide, to better understand what separates the most successful new sales leaders from their peers.

Our research outlines:

  • Learning your "buyer's journey" and competitive differentiators
  • Understanding what makes top performers successful
  • Implementing tools that enable effective sales execution
  • Valuable advice from the front lines and peers

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