Lee Salz

About Lee Salz

Lee Salz is a sales management strategist specialising in helping companies build scalable, high-performance sales organisations through hiring the right sales people, on-boarding them effectively and efficiently, and aligning their sales activities with business objectives using his sales architecture® methodology. He is the President of Sales Architects, the C.E.O. of Business Expert Webinars and author of the award-winning book 'Soar Despite Your Dodo Sales Manager.' Lee is a featured columnist with SalesforceXP Magazine and the host of the Sales Management Minute. Coming soon is Lee's new book 'The Sales Marriage...How to Hire and On-Board the Right Sales People.' He is a results-driven sales management consultant and a passionate, dynamic speaker. Learn more about Lee at www.salesarchitects.net
sales-team-inspiration

No sales manager wants their team dreading the next meeting. Here are six tips to planning a sales meeting that your sales people will love.

Sales-reference-advice

Sales people are always looking for a way to differentiate themselves to win an account. Few use one of the most powerful tools in their bag, the right reference.

Sales-hiring-advice

Your needs analysis strategy is your key to successfully recruiting the right sales people.

bear-trap

There is a little test that professional buyers give to every sales person. It is a test to see if they are confident in the price they presented. They call it the flinch test.

hiring-employees

When sales teams aren’t performing as expected, the root cause could be founded in the sales person onboarding programme.

Linkedin-social-media-profile

There are many misconceptions about LinkedIn. It’s not just for job searches or networking. It is a unique lead generation platform.

making-money-fast

To answer those questions, let’s look at the two types of draws.

Quarterly-Business-Review_sales-manager

Business reviews provide a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate value to your clients. Are you leveraging this ‘face-time’ opportunity?

Sales-budget

When it comes to setting an annual revenue goal for the company, more often than not, the revenue exercise is focused on the current sales people on the team, their historic revenue contribution and their expected performance in the upcoming year.

Beware-of-Hiring-Your-Competitor's-Sales-People

Hiring sales people from the competition always seems like a no-brainer, but there are many pitfalls with this hiring strategy.

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