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A Shift in Manager Attention Can Get More Sellers to Goal

Our research suggests there are productivity gains to be made when sales managers spend more time with new hires and core performers, especially working at the top of the funnel.

  • If new hire success rates don’t improve growth rates will stall
  • There is a significant return to shifting manager time
  • Structured coaching improves return on manager time

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“When we analyzed who and where managers spent time, we noticed that more often than not too much time was being allocated toward working with tenured, high performers at the bottom of the funnel.”

Paul Ironside
Paul Ironside
CEO of CommercialTribe

Management capacity is finite, direct it intelligently

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