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Sales Survey

by Philip on March 30th, 2010

Each year a significant amount of time, effort and money is spent by companies to provide their sales staff with sales training.  To better understand the motives behind this investment and how effective purely providing sales training is, LSE Consulting is conducting a survey.

Your participation in this survey will assist in gaining a better insight into providing sales training and its effectiveness.  The results will be published in a subsequent “Talking Business”.

None of the questions are mandatory and all of the information you give us will remain confidential. If you give us your name and email address at the end, we will email you the results once we are finished.

The number of sales people my company employs/contracts is:





We have had external sales training for our sales people within the past





The sales training was well accepted by the sales people





There has been a noticeable improvement in sales revenue since the training





The company has an ongoing commitment to external sales training at least once a year


Sales Management training was provided that complimented the sales training


The company uses specific psychometric tools to ascertain the sales individuals’ abilities


Sales staff regularly resign


Sales staff are regularly “turned over” due to poor performance





The company has a program to continually improve its processes to support the sales effort







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