November 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Top 5 Things to Do Now to Grow Sales
You’ve got the right sales team, culture, and strategy. Now learn new sales tactics that you can start using right away and see more success.
This sales training lunch-and-learn for startups and small businesses is presented by Michael Koory, Associate Partner for Helix Sales Development, a consultant specializing in sales development and business growth. You’ll learn how to sharpen your teams’ sales skills including understanding the sales pipeline, building accountability, dealing with rejection, and empowering sales leaders.
This is a hybrid event – attend in person at 20Fathoms or virtually. Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees, courtesy of Helix Sales Development.
Who should attend:
CEOs, CFOs, COOs, founders, partners, and startup teams
You will learn how to:
- What is the sales pipeline
- How to create accountability frameworks
- The coaching mindset
About the presenter:
Michael Koory is on a mission to improve sales culture with effective coaching, processes, and accountability. As Associate Partner for Helix Sales Development, he exclusively engages with growth-minded, mid-market CEOs who have the desire and commitment to build a performance-based sales culture. His clients enjoy sales team transformations that improve revenue performance, morale and create happier customers.
Mike’s knowledge and experience came from a career with top-tier companies like Covidien, Johnson & Johnson, Hillrom, Johnson Controls, Steelcase, and Sodexo. He employed a healthy dose of skepticism and trial and error to find what works for his customers. That client-focused mindset and free-thinking led him to learn more about selling to close the gaps left by inadequate company training.
His passion for personal development drives his goal to help sales leaders and their teams maximize their performance. When he’s not selling or coaching, you’ll find him spending time with his family, reading, writing, or standing in a river with a fly rod.
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Cover photo credit: Downtown Traverse City