Many executives say they’re dedicated to fostering a sales team that is high-performing and productive— comfortable, concrete qualities that are easy to measure. It’s far less common to hear about companies striving for a squishier metric: a happy sales team.
Some interesting data points you'll find inside;
81% of respondents who rated their organization’s salesforce as very happy reported increases in annual sales over the past two years.
66% agree that the “typical” sales culture can tend to work against salesperson happiness.
36% of respondents with not very happy sales teams say sales technology is too focused on managing the sales force versus enabling it.
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