The Mansfield Sales Blog

Is Sales a Dirty Word?

“Sales” is a word that holds a lot of weight in the business industry and the way you view sales can set the tone for your entire organization. Listen as Mansfield VP of Sales Caleb Powers talks about what you can do if sales is viewed as a dirty word within your organization.

Best Practices for Driving Change in Your Sales Organization

Organizational change is hard, especially within the sales function. In some instances, it is extremely difficult to implement strategic transition even if it promotes growth. This is often due to employee pushback or decreased interest over time. The good news is that there are best practices management can implement to make transition easier and a permanent part of a company’s culture.

3 Ways to Drive B2B Market Share with Less Risk

As your organization begins to set goals for 2021, it is important to explore how you can generate more sales without sacrificing your team’s bandwidth and resources. Working with an outside sales consulting firm makes it possible to reach your objectives with less risk. Outside sales consultants offer specialized tactics and tools that inside sales teams don’t have in their toolbox. Here’s how an outside sales consulting firm can help your company drive B2B market share with less risk.

How a Change Agenda Can Drive Your Sales Strategy

Working for a sales organization that is struggling to achieve its goals and objectives can lead to low morale and high turnover which are indicators that it’s time for a change. Change is hard, but being agile especially in sales is a key to long-term success. To start encouraging small organizational shifts, conduct a root cause analysis and map out new, innovative solutions. Once the analysis is complete, developing a change agenda is pivotal to guiding your sales professionals in the right direction. Let’s further explore how a change agenda can drive your re-energized sales strategy.

3 Ways to Adapt to the Changing Sales Landscape in 2021

This year there has been an undeniable shift in the world’s professional landscape, especially for sales teams. With many companies going virtual, including our own, sales professionals have had to reframe their definition of success when it comes to creating business models and launching new products. Through these changes we have learned that in order to survive and thrive, sales organizations have to be agile. Here are three ways to adapt to the changing sales landscape in 2021.

New Sales Process – The Key to Scaling Sales Beyond a Founder

In a company's early stages, the heavy lifting of sales often falls to the founder and core team. They step into multiple roles, from finding opportunities to qualifying leads to managing the customer after the sale. Driven by passion for the product and vision for the company, founders often enjoy astronomically high conversion rates—thriving on their deep expertise and experience to close deals.

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