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text 2018-12-05 09:14
What Are The Things To Take Note Of When Undergoing A Sales Team Training

 

Every company who acquires sales team training will certainly enjoy a number of benefits. Here, each staff member can polish their talents, improve productivity, and find out innovative techniques. As an entire business, modern business tactics can be created.

 

But if you'll collect referrals or look on online, you'll discover tons of sales training providers, and identifying which one to work with can be pretty difficult. In order to help narrow down your choices, always consider these four major characteristics:

 

1. Provides bespoke courses

Sales courses must always be adjustable according to your company's requirements or nature. It mustn't have a rigid approach created for a particular market only, as each business is different. Dependable training providers will attempt to strengthen your team by assisting you in figuring out your issues and develop possible remedies that fit your business rather than dictating what you need to carry out. Additionally, always hire training providers who can handle various audience sizes, from one-on-one consultations to classroom settings, to make sure that they can deliver exceptional instruction irrespective of the number of people you have.

 

2. Covers a huge array of topics

Sales team training is not just about coming up with progressive business strategies or boosting the performance of your employees. It also has to focus on wider topics that you may have never considered in the past, specifically those areas that are impacted by external factors. Examples of this are dealing with customer retention issues, launching new services and merchandise to new audiences, and much more. By discussing different business subjects, you can receive the best value out of your money and ensure that your time is not misused.

 

3. Offers engaging classes

You will probably invest a huge time going through these sales training sessions, so it is necessary that they're always interesting. Nobody wants to take part in dull sessions and listen to instructors without energy or ingenuity. Preferably, the courses have to include various workshops that will assess the abilities and knowledge of everyone. This won't just help them hone their abilities but create deeper connections with one another as well. In case you don't possess the time or suitable place to meet with a professional sales coach face to face, you can also discover some who provides remote training, which is usually performed through telephone or chat.

 

4. Carried out by competent sales professionals

Finally, a well-made sales training will be pointless without a proper sales coach. Always ensure that the course will be provided by skilled coaches who has great experience in this sector. For example, they need to have dealt with or worked in numerous businesses in the past and has the required certifications. Furthermore, it is also a big plus if they've obtained mostly optimistic feedback from their former participants, allowing you to have an idea of how they get the job done.

 

Obtaining sales team training is one of the most efficient strategies to transform your business and make it much better. But hiring undependable coaches or getting terrible courses will never be helpful to you. Because of that, always make sure that you are availing of the services of the most outstanding one out there to ensure your training's success.

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review 2018-11-20 03:45
Hot Pursuit
Hot Pursuit (A Hostile Operations Team Novel)(#1) - Lynn Raye Harris

So Evie gave her virginity to Matt. Matt (drunk) proceeds to tell his friends about it. They in turn, (because of course they do) label Evie a slut. Matt then leaves for a military career and Evie is left behind. As soon as she can, she leaves her small town too. She ends of back in her small town after her lover steals all her money and she is forced to close her restaurant. Matt is back in town for his sister's wedding.
I liked Matt a lot more than Evie. Evie had moments that I thought were TSTL (like not staying where Matt tells her to stay). Both brought up the past way too much. Just get over it already! I did like the suspense. The ending was nice and one I could believe.

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review 2018-11-16 07:10
Thoughts: The Woman Left Behind
The Woman Left Behind - Linda Howard

The Woman Left Behind

by Linda Howard
Book 2 of GO-Team

 

 

Jina Modell works in Communications for a paramilitary organization, and she really likes it.  She likes the money, she likes the coolness factor—and it was very cool, even for Washington, DC.  She liked being able to kick terrorist butts without ever leaving the climate-controlled comfort of the control room.

But when Jina displays a really high aptitude for spatial awareness and action, she’s reassigned to work as an on-site drone operator in the field with one of the GO-teams, an elite paramilitary unit.  The only problem is she isn’t particularly athletic, to put it mildly, and in order to be fit for the field, she has to learn how to run and swim for miles, jump out of a plane, shoot a gun... or else be out of a job.

Team leader Levi, call sign Ace, doesn’t have much confidence in Jina--who he dubbed Babe as soon as he heard her raspy, sexy voice--making it through the rigors of training.  The last thing he needs is some tech geek holding them back from completing a dangerous, covert operation.  In the following months, however, no one is more surprised than he when Babe, who hates to sweat, begins to thrive in her new environment, displaying a grit and courage that wins her the admiration of her hardened, battle-worn teammates.  What’s even more surprising is that the usually very disciplined GO-team leader can’t stop thinking about kissing her smart, stubborn mouth…or the building chemistry and tension between them.

Meanwhile, a powerful Congresswoman is working behind the scenes to destroy the GO-teams, and a trap is set to ambush Levi’s squad in Syria.  While the rest of the operatives set off on their mission, Jina remains at the base to control the surveillance drone, when the base is suddenly attacked with explosives.  Thought dead by her comrades, Jina escapes to the desert where, brutally tested beyond measure, she has to figure out how to stay undetected by the enemy and make it to her crew in time before they’re exfiltrated out of the country.

But Levi never leaves a soldier behind, especially the brave woman he’s fallen for.  He’s bringing back the woman they left behind, dead or alive.



The truth is that this book probably doesn't deserve more than 3 Stars.  It isn't the best outlined, and would even come across as fairly boring to anyone looking for an action-packed story where our heroine gets left behind, and needs to fend for herself until her team comes back for her.  But the summary blurb is a little bit misleading, frankly, and the action-packed part of the book really doesn't take place until well into the last half of the book.

The Woman Left Behind had tons of potential to be a great book, but it fell short of that by maybe spending too much time on Jina's day-to-day training life with the GO-Team she's been re-assigned to work with.  This part of the book, in itself, is already a little unbelievable, and requires a very high willingness to suspend disbelief.

By narrative, Jina ends up spending six months on physical training and drone training.  In the book, there are times where you want to get on with the story.  On the other hand, I can't find myself just blowing off that first half of the book she spends challenging herself and pushing herself to physical limits she never knew she had.  And I honestly loved the camaraderie built between her and a team of macho super paramilitary men who didn't think she was going to make it in the first place.

Color me contradictory--those six months she spends getting to know her knew teammates was truly loads of fun.  I love a character driven story, and I love great character interaction, and this book certainly had that in spades.  To others, it might come off dragged out and too banal for a romantic suspense, or military romance thriller.  And once again, the entire ordeal requires a certain amount of suspension of disbelief anyway--because who in their right mind actually thinks its a great idea to take a bunch of chair-bound tech geeks and force them through high impact military precision training so that they can join these elite GO-Teams in dangerous operations?

I have a hard time believing that the higher ups couldn't have just transferred in some military personnel, already trained for battle, who also have great tech skills.

But moving along, because something about that entire training sequence sort of appealed to me anyway.

Yeah, I'm kind of wishy-washy in my opinions.

And speaking of the romance, for romance lovers, this book might also kind of fall to the wayside.

While we DO have a lovely couple to focus on, we unfortunately don't get to see much of the chemistry, or the romantic bond building between Jina and Levi.  And also, Levi sort of runs hot and cold, which helps him get categorized squarely on my asshole list.  I don't care that he also had some very good personality traits, he crossed a couple lines he shouldn't have crossed and that makes him an asshole.  The way that the romance was resolved made me a bit pissy.

On the other hand, I like how Jina's own self-revelation journey/conflict was concluded.  Somehow, it seems appropriate for her.

So without a whole lot of suspense and without a whole lot of romance, and without even a focal conflict, this book, instead, ends up becoming a sort of self-journey book for Jina, as an individual.  And it's a fairly thought-provoking journey that I thoroughly enjoyed.

And we'll just kindly side-step that strange, background villain subplot that lurked along the entire book, and took up precious book space every few chapters.

 

 

Source: anicheungbookabyss.blogspot.com/2018/11/thoughts-woman-left-behind.html
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review 2018-10-13 17:07
"The Wrecking Team ", by Ty Patterson
Wrecking Team - Ty Patterson

Book#4, in the Gemini series

Beth and Meghan Peterson are at it again this time on their most baffling case, finding who is behind the attacks on a billionaire’s daughter.

Each book in this series is not very long around 200 pages thank goodness for that since there are endless action and more twists you can imagine thrown our way. Indeed the twins are good and are great side kick to Zeb Carter (the Warriors). These two have never lost a case they took on…no wonder they are superwomen. Angie the daughter is a hand full, a tantrum throwing heiress hard to control but Beth and Meghan can handle her and along the way find themselves in a gruesome game but they are not called the Wrecking Team for nothing and reading this story we find out why…

If you like unbelievable action, great characters, exciting and well-written plot doubled with never ending suspense, a developing cast of loveable characters including the amazing supporting staff, not forgetting the bad guys at their best, you will not be disappointed with the Gemini series. Each series written by Ty Patterson is interlaced so we have recurring characters helping each other in a game filled with snappy action with twists and sharp turns.

This fast paced action thriller is captivating to no end….loved it

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