Step 1 in our 9 Step Guide to Sales Transformation.
Welcome to the first part of our 9 part series: The 9 Step Pathway to Sales Transformation.
In this post, I'll be breaking down step 1 of our 9 step process to sales transformation - sales analysis.
According to Dave Kurlan's Blog, "OMG's data, based on the assessment of more than 1,100,000 salespeople from more than 11,000 companies definitively shows that there is an elite group of 7% - the best salespeople in the world. These great salespeople are followed by another 16% that are strong."
So how do you evaluate the quality and skill sets of your sales team? SalesStar recommends 3 types of assessments:
Every sales force assessment starts with a proper analysis. In order to do this, we use scientific and predictable assessment tools to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the people, systems, processes and strategies in your sales organization.
SalesStar recommends that sales organizations do each of the following when assessing their sales force:
The purpose of these assessments is not just to find out whether your people are good at sales. Rather, it's to ensure that you have the right people in the right roles performing the right functions.
First, you need motivated, skilled talent. Hustlers. Closers. Support specialists.
Next, you need a systematic, well-defined process with clearly-defined roles.
Finally, you need to make sure your people are operating in the proper role, i.e. people who excel at business development are focusing on business development, natural-born closers are focusing on closing deals, and so forth.
Evaluate your sales force the right way, for the right reasons, and at the right time. We remove the guesswork and answer these 4 critical questions you want to know:
See how your team measures up against 1,750,000 salespeople evaluated across the globe for free here.