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Brief: Sales Training Does Not Equal Sales Performance

Sales performance improvement

channel management strategy

September 17, 2020Brief

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Despite significant training investments—quota attainment is declining.

Transforming sales training into performance development requires a fundamental shift in mindset, beginning with a clear understanding of business goals and related sales metrics.

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