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Mark on The Salesman Podcast

Mark Donnolo is an account planning expert and that's exactly what we're covering on today's episode of The Salesman Podcast. It perhaps sounds like a dry subject but an investment in account planning is the best bang for your buck way to ensure you end the year way over your sales quota.

In this episode Mark shares:

Radian and SalesGlobe Present Connecting the Corner Office to the Front Line

It’s the single biggest expense for most companies with the motivational power to move financial mountains, but many executives squander the opportunity sales incentives present to directly impact the growth of the business.

Communicating The New Sales Comp Plan Part 6: Follow the Process

This is a continuation of our blog series, Designing Your 2018 Sales Compensation Plan.

Communicating The New Sales Comp Plan Part 5: Leverage the Learning Modes

This is a continuation of our blog series, Designing Your 2018 Sales Compensation Plan.

Communicating The New Sales Comp Plan Part 4: Get the Change Forecast

This is a continuation of our blog series, Designing Your 2018 Sales Compensation Plan.

See you at Spotlight on Sales Compensation!

We love our conferences, but we have a special affinity for WorldatWork's Spotlight on Sales Compensation.

This year, SalesGlobe's Managing Partner Mark Donnolo and Global Practice Lead Michelle Seger are partnering with three great practitioners to deliver three important sessions. Let us know if we can look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

 

Survivor Analytics: Problem Solving Beyond the Numbers

Monday, August 21

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Dennis Gallinat, CSCP, Senior Manager Sales Compensation, Waste Management

Aligning the Stars at Total Rewards

Jim Benard, SalesGlobe’s executive director of consulting services, and Alanna Mahone, vice president of human resources at Mansfield Oil Company, led a strategic sales compensation session at last month’s WorldatWork Total Rewards conference in Washington, DC.

While sales comp is the single biggest expense for most companies with the motivational power to move financial mountains, too many executives squander the opportunity sales incentives present to directly impact the growth of the business. 

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