Sales contests are an essential part of any sales manager's toolkit due to their ability to drive fun, cohesion, and performance increases on desired targets. However, running effective sales contests and coming up with new ways to drive results is not necessarily so clear. We're here to help.
We’re proud to announce the launch of our Halloween-themed sales competition. Here’s a sneak peek:
The dictionary defines gamification as: “The application of typical elements of game playing (e.g. point scoring, competition with others, rules of play) in non-game contexts to drive a desired behavior to other areas of activity by digitally engaging people to achieve their goals: gamification is exciting because it promises to make the hard stuff in life fun”. But, what is it really?
Great sales teams don't just happen over night. They are built from the ground up. Here's how:
Every sales organization in the world has at least one common goal: to have happier and more engaged employees without huge salaries.
Due to tremendous advances in sales technologies and the ability to record, analyze and learn form data over recent years, the entire sales landscape has changed. As a result, sales roles have become more complex and demanding than ever before.
Most salespeople are all too familiar with the old saying “cash is king”; however, you need more than just high bonuses to build a great sales culture.
Looking for some brilliant, hilarious, and fun ways to spark new life into your sales teams this summer? Check out these funny gadgets!
Gamification is a term that’s been sweeping through Europe and Scandinavia like wild fire, inspiring business, educational institutions and individuals alike to achieve more by making everyday tasks more rewarding… but, what exactly is gamification, how does it work, where is it used and why is it suddenly becoming so popular?
Celebrate Your Achievements in Style with these Top 25 Sales Motivation Songs!
Sales can often be too much about talking and not enough about listening. Here’s some quick tips to help you remember to ask the most important question.