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training programs for sales leaders

Programs for Sales Leaders

Change starts at the top

Ensure true and effective change by including sales leadership training as part of your sales transformation initiative

Sales organizations focusing solely on change at the level of the individual salespeople and the frontline sales managers do not maximize their investment or minimize their risk in driving a successful sales development initiative. Incorporating training for sales leaders into your sales training solution helps ensure your organization’s success. Our sales leader training program content ranges from building capabilities in sales leadership, coaching your sales managers, also known as “Coaching the Coach”, and Leaders Leading Change workshops.

Training for Sales Leaders

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Our Impact

  • 12%5-12% Increase in Revenue

  • 24%Improvement in skill efficiency

  • 35%Increase in knowledge proficiency

  • 900Global Clients

  • 3.5M+Individuals Trained

The business impact we see after Richardson Sales Performance training is that we have account managers who can now address additional markets. And, for us, this is a good success because we really want to take market share in new markets.
Alex Tisserand, Managing director, Sales Enablement, Waters

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