Building Culture and Securing Buy-in from Your Team Jason Lalk is the Vice President of Sales at CloserIQ, a talent strategy firm that’s recommended by top VCs such as Sequoia and DFJ. CloserIQ has helped over 500 companies build their sales and engineering teams. Jason
Getting in the Trenches with Your Team Justin Lawson is the CEO and Co-Founder of JJELLYFISH, a global B2B sales consultancy that works with early-stage startups and new ventures. Justin has over 13 years of experience in sales and sales strategy, including roles at Apple,
Building a Sales Machine in a Time of Crisis Donny Dye is the founder of Quota NYC, a consultancy that helps companies build sales systems that scale efficiently. Donny has over 15 years of SaaS and enterprise sales experience selling, leading, and guiding companies to
With the current pandemic, we’ve heard from many sales managers who are adjusting to entirely remote teams. For this edition of the Sales Leader Interview series, we sought the advice of veteran Chief Revenue Officer Anita Absey. Anita is currently the CRO at Softbank-backed LRN.
If you’re in B2B sales, you’ve probably heard the name John Barrows. John is a true thought leader in the sales community, with nearly 350,000 followers to date on LinkedIn. John now runs JBarrows Sales Training, and works with sales teams from industry leaders like
Welcome to the inaugural post of the BuyerSight Sales Leader Interview series! We are excited to kick things off with two noted sales experts: Victor Adefuye and Jessica Wilkeyson from the consultancy Winning by Design. We recently sat down with them to discuss the impact
The sales one-on-one (1:1) is a hard conversation to do well. Too often, it just becomes a “how can I help” moment with little long-term value for the direct report. That is a huge wasted opportunity, as a 1:1 is one of the most effective
The only way to really understand what is happening within a sales team is to look at the team’s communication records. Communication is at the heart of customer relationships. If you don’t know what your team is saying, you don’t really know what is going
It has been suggested that there is a dichotomy in how Artificial Intelligence will impact the workplace: AI can be used as a “crutch that relieves us from thinking,” as with real-time directions from Google Maps, or it can be used to improve human performance
More than just a fad, data-driven coaching is a new sales paradigm that can have a significant impact on team performance.