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Brief: The Top 10 Considerations For Your Sales Training Budget

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August 29, 2018Brief

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A smarter sales training budget begins with a strategic approach.

In Richardson Sales Performance’s latest brief, The Top 10 Considerations for Your Sales Training Budget in 2019, we provide that strategy with ten clear factors needed in any training budget.

We show: 

  • How to budget for qualitative and quantitative goals
  • Why post-training activities like sustainment belong in the budget
  • How to include more participants without exceeding a budget
  • How to achieve buy-in for budgeting decisions

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