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100 Reasons to Hold Sales Team Meetings: #4 – Share Coaching Duties with Team
One of the best things you can do for your sales team is get out of the way. Sales Managers often want to have all the answers or, at least, feel like they should. During sales team meetings, there is a great opportunity to share coaching duties with a group of experienced salespeople who just might have better answers.
When a sales issue is raised during a meeting, sales managers should ask the team to weigh in on the question before they do. Great ideas come out of these discussions and everyone stays engaged in the meeting. Everyone can learn from one person’s question while they learn to rely on one another.
Also, encourage your team members to call a peer with a sales question before they call you. Ask them what ideas their peers had when you get the call. Often, they begin to go to each other instead of the sales manager. This is a great way to develop a sales team, build teamwork and grow sales.
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