In Sweden, we take our summer vacation seriously. We only get about two months of warm weather each year, and we all take advantage of it by setting “out of office” replies and disappearing. This is wonderful for us, but coming back to work after a month of vacation can feel a little like jet lag! And if you’re managing a sales team, that jet lag can look like lagging performance.
When an employee leaves a company, there’s always a period of transition within the company and on their team. During this period, a formal legal separation process is usually handled by the HR department. Additionally, the department manager and team members of the former employee work together to secure any assets and fill any gaps that the departing member leaves.
Sales onboarding is an important part of building and growing a sales team. Successful onboarding improves retention, increases the pace at which new employees begin producing revenue, and ensures a seamless experience for your prospects and customers.
When I set out to develop Membrain, I knew the sales profession deserved a better CRM platform. I did not realize that much of what we would develop over the next ten years would echo the work of leading thinkers responsible for major shifts and improvements in manufacturing over the past hundred years.
Although my company explicitly serves the “complex B2B sales” market, I’ve never really liked the word “complex.” In its correct definition, “complex B2B sales” is an accurate description of a particular type of selling. But I also see people use it as an excuse: