Business leaders face perplexing decisions brought on by the pandemic and its effects on the economy. Choices on where to invest resources are complicated. While select economies are reopening, states and countries face increasing daily case counts and a potential resurgence later this year.
I am always happy to provide value-selling training, but I hesitate when the organization hasn’t already invested in value selling tools or integrated value selling into its overall sales process. Why? Because in my experience, three critical components must be present to ensure a successful value-selling initiative: people, process, and technology.
To effectively sell based on value, you need to first grasp the value your offering creates. That is where Grassroots Strategy comes in. Jeff Bennett and I recently published Grassroots Strategy: Cultivating B2B Growth from the Ground Up to share what we’ve learned about building marketing strategies around customer needs and proper pricing strategies.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMB) often incur significant energy costs, but lag behind their larger counterparts in adopting energy efficiency (EE) measures. According to the New York State Energy Research and Development Agency (NYSERDA), there are two primary barriers to adoption that solution providers must address.
This guest post from Andrew Quinn, VP at Hubspot, offers practical considerations for building a high-performing sales leadership team by promoting top sales reps. The key takeaway is to remember that not all rock star performers will be terrific sales leaders.