How Sales Innovators are Motivating Their Teams to Crush Sales Goals
Sales Managers are Charting Paths of Success While Fostering a Collaborative Atmosphere of Positivity, Creativity, and Fun
Sales Managers form an integral part of Quicksle’s Affiliate Program because they facilitate both the activity of sales through sales agents and sales through consumers. Because of their value to the company, it pays top dollar for their efforts giving them the majority of what they earn and making sure they are supported to the fullest in all of their endeavors.
A sales manager’s job is busy because he has to make himself available to his agents, it is his personal responsibility that each agent has the tools and the knowhow to be successful, and in turn it is the company’s responsibility to make available all of the resources including top-knotch business advisors and technical support teams to ensure that the sales manager can be successful in this objective.
Because all sales managers are only as successful as their sales teams, they work tirelessly ensuring that each team member understands the art of the sale, from motivating clients to sell, to overcoming client objections, to closing deals
Sales managers should build large teams of agents, but more important than the size of their teams is the quality of each agent. A manager needs to be able to evaluate the ability of each agent honestly so that he does not waste his time on candidates that are not cut out for sales. Instead, a good manager focuses on individuals who he recognizes as having talent, and from these he will build a robust team, handpicking the best amongst them to become leaders who in turn will recruit agents under themselves, all of which will be under the sales manager.
Sales managers in fact are entrepreneurs, business-minded, always looking toward the big picture and working to attain advancement.
And in the very beginning of the manager’s tenure, it is from his own sales that he will be making the lion’s share of his profits, but quickly, as his team grows, the commission he earns from the sales of his agents will quickly surpass this because from each of their conversions he will be making as much as 15% commission. With even four solid agents, even if the manager was selling full time, it would be hard to generate more income for himself from his own sales than from the commission he earns from the sales of these four solid agents. Now considering that on the Manager’s way to advancing toward director he should be accumulating some seventy agents, as a solid starting point, one can imagine that the earning potential of the sales manager is great indeed.