Simone Douglas - "#Seriously Social"
Week Five of your seriously social journey, a path that changed the way I do business forever and whose benefits regularly surprise me in terms of the opportunities they generate.
It is easy to get distracted by all the noise in the business world at large but jump day is your chance to settle in and work on your business in ways that allow you to make the most of your team's efforts today we are dissecting Sales metrics and earn rates, looking at how to identify the sleeping giants on your team and the passengers on the bus.
Before the internet breaking down your lead sources and knowing what to focus on was much easier than it is now. Calculations were simple and life revolved more around the power of a sales team's networks than their digital prowess. Nowadays with Word of Muse being as powerful as word of mouth there is a lot more for us as business owners to think about.
IBGR is committed to your success and our programming is designed to give you the tools and resources as well as the one percenters you might be missing that are the difference between feeling like you are in the pilots seat or preparing for a crash landing.
Show Objectives - The Why
Sales is a metrics-driven contact sport. In today’s show I will talk about 5 metrics that you should use to evaluate your sales team’s performance and results.
By tracking your five metrics methodically over time, you’ll be able to analyse trends in your results, with more clarity. Informed by these five metrics, you can focus on the best sales opportunities in the pipeline and set your sales team up for success
Key Issues - Owner Perspective:
What You Need to Know - The What
What You Need to Do - The How
ACT! Nothing changes if you don’t set aside time to make it happen so once you have worked out what you need to do start putting timelines and deliverables on your action plan. Get clear on what you want your customers to feel, what actions you want them to take and what pain points you are here to solve for them.
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Written by Simone Douglas
The Publican & Licensee of the Duke of Brunswick Hotel, Executive Director for BNI Adelaide North one of the biggest networking organisations in the world, the driving force behind South Australia’s leading social media agency, Social Media AOK and best-selling author with her first book “Seriously Social – turning your online game into real-world gain”. and the recently released Confident Networker
Simone also serves as Deputy President of the State Chapter Committee South Australia for the Franchise Council of Australia and sits on the Franchise Advisory Council for BNI Australia
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